Linen is one of the first cultivated species in history. Stems of linen are extracted from the fibers of which textiles are made: ropes, fabrics, canvases. Flax is used in some insulation materials, the seeds can be consumed as such. Linen is also transformed into oil or high-end paper. The linen used in our ropes and our straps is grown mainly in Belgium or in the north of France.