Asbestos-free frictional material is developed by using phenol formaldehyde resins modified with nano- SiO2 as matrix while surface-treated sisal fiber and glass fiber are used as reinforcement. The friction and wear properties were investigated on Constant speed (D-SM) tester. The abrasion surfaces of composites were observed by scanning electron microscope (SEM). Test result shows that all the properties, such as, friction coefficient and wear can meet the GB5763-2008 requirement. When the sisal fiber and glass fiber hybrid ratio is 2:1, the composite has the high mechanical property, suitable and stable coefficient of friction and relatively low wearability especially at high temperature.