Kapok fibers can be easily blended with cotton, silk, duck down, wool, cashmere, and other synthetic fiber to dilute the structure of the cloth. Kapok tree is a sustainable crop and does not need to be replanted every year. The hollow air-filled tubes of the Kapok fibers allow for thermal insulation. Thus, they are optimal winter clothes, hats, gloves, socks, underwear for men and women, sportswear, and pajamas. Kapok fibers can support as much as 30 times its own weight in water and loses only 10 percent of buoyancy over a 30-day period. It is a green alternative as it reduces usage and imports on chemical fertilizer, pesticide, and textile chemicals. By consuming more Kapok products, we can contribute to adding value to Kapok, creating jobs for local people, reducing our carbon footprint whilst keeping the rain forest alive and abundant.