The way hemp grows and what it provides wearers makes hemp fabric a very valued material which is why we’re seeing the number of hemp clothing brands grow like, well, hemp! Image by Back Beat Co. #hempclothingbrands #sustainablejungle
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The way hemp grows and what it provides wearers makes hemp fabric a very valued material which is why we’re seeing the number of hemp clothing brands grow like, well, hemp! Image by Valani #hempclothingbrands #sustainablejungle
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The way hemp grows and what it provides wearers makes hemp fabric a very valued material which is why we’re seeing the number of hemp clothing brands grow like, well, hemp! Image by Thought #hempclothingbrands #sustainablejungle
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11 Hemp Clothing Brands that Combine Style with Sustainability


Since the U.S. Farm Bill of 2014 (and related changes elsewhere), hemp went from ‘illegal’ to ‘in our closets.’

Modern society, however, was far from the first to discover the benefits of hemp fabric. It was first cultivated for cloth back in China, in the Sung dynasty (500 AD)!

Want a new take on an old fabric? 

The way hemp grows and what it provides wearers makes hemp fabric a very valued material which is why we’re seeing the number of hemp clothing brands grow like, well, hemp! 

Still, hemp is somewhat niche enough that it can be tricky to learn where to buy hemp clothing. That’s why we’re here to hemp, er… help!

Durable enough for the toughest outdoor adventure—but comfy enough to “hike” from couch to refrigerator, Patagonia has blended hemp into 68 of their product styles!

VALANI produces gorgeous, flowy, ethereal garments and their hemp-Tencel blend is also totally free from synthetic fabrics.

8000Kicks make the world’s first sneakers made from hemp, together with hemp socks and hats.

How did we get canna-busy to learn what clothing brands use hemp? Head to the bottom of the article to find out.

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1. VALANI

The way hemp grows and what it provides wearers makes hemp fabric a very valued material which is why we’re seeing the number of hemp clothing brands grow like, well, hemp! Image by Valani #hempclothingbrands #sustainablejungle
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About VALANI

VALANI wants us to live beautifully—which is why they use soft, breathable, and flowy fabrics in their range of sustainable clothes for women. 

Embracing that women and nature have much in common, the brand wants to support both with bold, resilient, ethereal designs and fabrics that are better for our planet. 

Their garment range includes ethical dresses, tops, bottoms, and accessories.

VALANI’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

VALANI is one of many hemp clothing companies that blends it with another material for a softer fabric. In their case, it’s Tencel, but nothing more.  None of their fabrics are blended with spandex or elastane!

In combination with low-impact dyes, that means the clothes are are great for Mother Earth and people with sensitive skin.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

VALANI partners with talented tailors in India and Chicago. Their Indian manufacturing partner is GOTS-certified and adheres to strict environmental and ethical standards. 

They value healthy workplaces and pay fair wages. 

Green business practices: 

VALANI uses their fabric scraps to make scrunchies or filling for pillows and toys. 

Orders are sent in mindful packaging made with straw, jute, hemp, and recycled materials. The labels are made with organic cotton.

Inclusivity:

Sizes run US 0-12, or XS-L. 

The brand’s female founder, Vanni, is a vegan and breathwork practitioner.

Community & charitable giving:

10% of VALANI’s profits are donated to organizations that support women’s empowerment programs, environmental initiatives, or animal welfare. Additionally, one tree is planted for every garment purchased through One Tree Planted.

Available:  VALANI

2. PATAGONIA

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About Patagonia

As a leader in outdoor, adventure-ready wear, it’s no wonder Patagonia is also one of the best hemp based clothing brands. 

Hemp is UV-protective, durable, and quick-drying, after all.

You’ll find it in men’s and women’s tanks, eco friendly t shirts, shorts, sweaters, jumpsuits, button-ups, pants, overalls, and more.

Patagonia’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Patagonia hemp clothing is sometimes pure but usually blended with Tencel lyocell and/or organic cotton for added softness. 

Many of Patagonia’s hemp clothes join the other 82% of the range in being Fair Trade Certified sewn.  

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Not only does the slow fashion brand use Fair Trade practices for most of their supply chain, but they also prioritize partnering with responsible manufacturers who adhere to the Fair Labor Association (FLA) Code of Conduct (read: no child/forced labor, violence, harassment, or discriminiation).

Patagonia also personally visits each of their 45 partner factories

Across their entire supply chain, legal wages are provided with safe and healthy working conditions. Check out their Footprint Chronicles for an in-depth and transparent look. 

Green business practices: 

In addition to using an abundance of natural and recycled materials, the company has also been instrumental in getting regenerative agriculture into the fashion world by pioneering the first certification program for organic cotton. 

They also have a Supply Chain Environmental Responsibility Program that, among other things, minimizes chemical and water use, cuts down on emissions, and prioritizes bluesign® certified materials. 

By 2025, they’ll be carbon-neutral across their entire supply chain.

Inclusivity:

Patagonia’s men’s and women’s hemp clothing comes in sizes XS-XXL for most styles. 

They’ve also made big strides over the last few years to make their brand image more inclusive, recognizing that outdoor brands are historically not very inclusive. Now you’ll see a diverse range of models showing off their styles.

Community & charitable giving:

As founder of 1% for the Planet, it’s obvious that a portion of Patagonia’s profits (either 10% pre-tax profits or 1% of all sales) are donated to environmental causes.

Activism is also a big part of Patagonia’s focus, which is why they have a Patagonia Action Works page to help anyone get involved in local initiatives. 

Available:  Patagonia

3. TOAD&CO.

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About Toad&Co.

As one of the most affordable ethical clothing brands, Toad&Co. is a toad-ally good place to find cheaper hemp clothing.

When it comes to the brand’s hemp clothing for men and women, they have jumpsuits, skirts, shorts, cardigans, dresses, tanks, tees, and pants.

Toad&Co.’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

For Toad&Co, hemp is chosen because it’s a phyto-remediative plant, so it absorbs pollutants and decontaminates soils. It also naturally wicks moisture and has antimicrobial properties. 

Theirs is grown in China with minimal pesticides and fertilizers and is mostly rain-fed. 

To make it softer, the hemp is often blended with organic cotton, Tencel lyocell, or Lenzing modal fabric. In some cases, there’s a little bit of elastane for stretch. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Toad&Co. has a strict Code of Conduct that prevents forced or child labor. The brand regularly visits factories to ensure it’s upheld. 

Stateside, the brand has a factory in California where they employ adults with disabilities through a partnership with Planet Access Company.

Outside Magazine considers them one of the Best Places to Work—and has for 11 years! 

Green business practices:

Using sustainable fabrics means they don’t use restricted substances. Many garments are OEKO-TEX and bluesign® approved. 

They also use renewable energy in some factories (like the solar-powered mill in China that processes the hemp), as well as recyclable/recycled packaging and carbon offset programs.   

If you’re not super happy with your purchase, their Joy Backed Guarantee will repair or replace your garment, ensuring garment longevity.

Inclusivity:

They have clothing made from hemp in sizes S-XXL for men and XS-XL for women, modeled by bodies to match.

For budget inclusivity (AKA affordable hemp clothing), see their impressively stocked sale section.

Community & charitable giving:

Toad&Co. is a contributing member to 1% to the Planet and a regular supporter of local non-profits.

They also support the disabled adults in their California factory with travel opportunities through their Search for Adventure program.

Available: Toad&Co.

4. THOUGHT

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About Thought

Thought is a UK-based brand that puts a lot of thought into the impact of our wardrobes. 

That’s why you’ll find mostly organic cotton, hemp, and bamboo fabric in their range of clothing and accessories for both men and women. This includes tops, dresses, trousers, sustainable jeans, loungewear, ethical leggings, and nightwear.

Thought can also provide what goes over and under their hemp fiber clothing—namely sustainable underwear and outerwear. 

Thought’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Thought uses hemp for its breathable and durable qualities, perfect for jumpsuits and pants. 

It’s easy to find garments made with 100% hemp, but sometimes it’s blended with organic cotton or less sustainable materials like viscose. 

While many of their materials are certified by GOTS, ECO-CERT, FSC, OEKO-TEX, GRS, and Fairtrade, we’re not 100% sure about their hemp. We’ll reach out to find out more. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

As members of both Ethical Trading Initiative and Common Objective, Thought is committed to building good relationships with their suppliers and supporting ethical factories in China, India, and Turkey. 

Green business practices: 

Much of Thought’s manufacturing takes place where the majority of their materials are sourced: China. This keeps supply chains small and the use of sea freight for all internal shipping reduces their transportation emissions further. 

In addition to an ethical Code of Conduct, all suppliers agree to their environmental policy, which sets limits for chemicals used and factory discharges, and encourages energy conservation practices. 

Inclusivity:

Thought is “passionate about dressing real people” and their size range for men and women are S-XXL and 2-14 (US), respectively.

Community & charitable giving:

Thought is a member of Common Objective and they helped to found it.

This organization provides solutions for sustainable fashion and helps businesses make more responsible decisions. They join many other favorite sustainable clothing brands in helping to make the fashion industry as a whole more sustainable. 

Thought also supports UK-based charities by regularly donating textile scraps and unsold/returned garments.

Available:  Thought

5. TENTREE

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About tentree

tentree is a sustainable outdoor clothing brand that’s also a Certified B Corp (top-rated, to boot). 

They’re saving the planet ten trees at a time—and using a range of sustainably made outerwear, sweatshirts, ethical sweaters, tees, tanks, and pants for men and women to do so.

tentree’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

tentree’s hemp fabric clothing is natural, durable, and breathable, not to mention free of herbicides and pesticides. 

Like many other brands, their natural hemp clothing is blended with other sustainable materials, including organic cotton and Tencel lyocell. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

You can check out tentree’s transparent factory ledger, which shows where every garment is made and how each factory is certified (by third-party organizations like Fair Wear Foundation and BSCI).

Green business practices: 

Every garment description includes a summary of its reduced environmental impact (i.e. waste savings, reductions in water use, and emissions). 

They’re Climate Neutral Certified and will be totally free of single-use plastics by 2023.

Inclusivity:

Women can expect to find sizes from XS-XL; men from S-XXL. 

Community & charitable giving:

Their name makes it pretty obvious, but tentree plants ten trees for every purchase. Specifically, they try to plant them in high-impact areas, where they’ll either help repair damaged biodiversity or provide something for local communities.

They’re on their way to planting one billion trees by 2030.

Available:  tentree

6. EILEEN FISHER

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About Eileen Fisher

What do you get when you combine $350 and a desire to use business to make a positive difference in the world? 

You get Eileen Fisher

Featured by us before for their use of organic linen in body positive and linen clothing, this Certified B Corp makes one of our lists again as one of the best places to find hemp clothing for women. 

Choose between overalls, pants, jumpsuits, and jackets.

Eileen Fisher’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Eileen Fisher loves hemp for many of the same reasons as us—it’s durable so as to wear like denim and is grown with little water and chemicals. 

Theirs is blended with organic cotton for easy wearability and a “touch of stretch”.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Their mapped supply chain, from farm to factory, allows us to know that safe dyes are used and organic cotton actually means organic. 

Customers can even see a list of their suppliers.

Ultimately, know your new hemp pants from Eileen Fisher are made without forced labor. The company has worked with various nonprofits to work towards ending human trafficking and slavery in the fashion industry. 

Green business practices: 

Eileen Fisher offers two programs in the way of zero waste fashion

1) Renew, a take-back problem where their old garments can be sent back to be re-sold as a used garment. 

2) Waste No More, a recycling program that has given a second life to 1.4 million garments by either transforming or repairing them. 

EF tried to green up their act even more by partnering with more environmental groups like the American Sustainable Business Council, bluesign®, NativeEnergy (from whom they purchase carbon offsets), and Textile Exchange.

Inclusivity:

As one of the best brands for plus size hemp clothing, some styles run from size 2P to 28 (or 3X)!  

Eileen Fisher is also woman-founded and still mostly woman-owned (Eileen herself being the owner of 60% of the company). The rest is owned by full- and part-time employees. 

Community & charitable giving:

Supporting women is also a big focus for the brand. In 2019, they began awarding $200,000 every year to organizations that accelerate women in fields of environmental justice.

Beyond that, their list of donation recipients is impressive, including the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), Institute for Sustainable Communities, Savory Institute, and Organic Farming Research Foundation.

Available: Eileen Fisher

7. 8000KICKS

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About 8000Kicks

While not clothing, we can’t talk about hemp without mentioning the world’s first ethical sneakers made from hemp.

8000Kicks loves using the “sober cousin” of marijuana because it has a minimal impact on our planet, and provides maximum comfort, durability, flexibility, breathability, and waterproof properties. 

Currently, they have one classic design of sneakers for women and men, with both black and beige options. They have eco friendly socks and hats, too.

8000Kicks’ Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

The shoe upper is hemp that’s been responsibly sourced from Romania, France, and China. You can read about the manufacturing process here.

The outsoles are made from Bloom foam algae, which removes harmful algal blooms from waterways and puts it to good use!  

Supply chain & labor practices: 

This ethical shoe brand works with two factories in China and Portugal, both of which adhere to strict labor standards. 8000Kicks shares the average salary at both locations.

Green business practices: 

Each pair of hemp sneakers is responsible for 4.1 kg of CO2. The average pair of running shoes? A whopping 14 kg!

This is due, in part, to the fact that 8000Kicks has been working with their manufacturing partners to switch to renewable energy. Their Portuguese factory is up to 55% renewable and their China factory is slightly behind at around 40%.

Available: 8000Kicks

8. BACK BEAT CO.

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About Back Beat Co.

California-born and bred, Back Beat Co. infuses Cali-cool style and skate culture with sustainability and ethical responsibility. 

From the brand itself, it’s “people, planet, and then profit”.

Their low-impact, high-comfort clothing range includes women’s tees, tops, jumpsuits, rompers, sweaters, sweatshirts, jackets, dresses, pants, skirts, and underthings. 

All designed for a laid back life.

Back Beat Co.’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Back Beat Co. uses low-impact fabrics like recycled cotton, organic cotton, linen, and Tencel. 

Their favorite? Hemp! Making them one of the best hemp clothing brands. 

Often, the sustainably farmed hemp is blended with another sustainable fabric, like organic cotton. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

Their LA-based factory and dye house are both small and family-run, producing hemp clothing made in the USA.

Green business practices: 

As noted, much of their supply chain also takes place in their LA-based studio or within 3 miles of it, keeping supply chains small. You can actually watch a video about how the brand prioritizes small supply chains.

Only recycled paper mailers and home compostable bags are used. Never plastic. 

Inclusivity:

We LOVE the brand’s use of a variety of models to represent their inclusive range (XS-XXL). 

The brand’s blog highlights mostly-women environmental activists, and the brand was also founded by a Filipino-American woman, Isadora Alvarez.

Community & charitable giving:

Seasonal collections mean donations to different organizations.

This spring/summer 2021 has been curated by Intersectional Environmentalist. 10% of sales from this collection supports Kids for Kids Philippines, a nonprofit aimed at supporting youth activists.

Available:  Back Beat Co.

9. WAMA

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About WAMA

Hemp is WAMA’s go-to material—sourced sustainably and manufactured ethically, of course. 

The brand got its start on Kickstarter in 2017 and is already working towards becoming a Certified B Corp. 

Their hemp clothing includes several colors of organic bras and sustainable underwear for men and women, all available on their own or in packs. 

FYI: Hemp is antimicrobial, meaning it’s just as good for your privates as it is for the planet.

WAMA’s Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

Chemical-free hemp is the main material, but it’s blended with organic cotton and 3% spandex for a lil’ stretch. 

Supply chain & labor practices: 

WAMA sources their hemp from a family farm in China, which is also where their BSCI-certified factory is located. 

All WAMA’s partners/suppliers adhere to a code of conduct. 

Green business practices: 

WAMA ships their hemp underwear in recycled, recyclable, and reusable mailers. The tissue paper inside is fully compostable. 

The only thing that, in theory, would end up in a landfill is their recycled paper logo stickers. To prevent that from happening, they have a take-back program to properly recycle them. 

Inclusivity:

For women, most sizes are available from XS to 3XL. Men’s sizes are from S to 3XL. 

Their fun modeling images are not only of real people (tummy rolls and all) but people have a blast in their undies.

Available:  WAMA

10. VEGE THREADS

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About Vege Threads

Vege Threads does cozy essentials for everyday wear—and they use organic fabrics and eco-friendly dyes.

As a true testament to slow fashion, everything is made in small batches and locally, for them meaning 100% Australian manufacturing.

They sell basics, sustainable yoga clothes, ethical swimwear, socks, and intimates.

Vege Threads’ Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

In addition to other eco-materials like GOTS-certified organic cotton, recycled nylon, and wool, Vege Threads uses a hemp-organic cotton blend. 

The hemp was originally knitted (and presumably grown) in China with very few fertilizers. 

Dyes are non-toxic, Australian Certified Organic dyes.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

With a commitment to an ethical supply chain and transparency, Vege Threads works with local dye houses and knitting mills. For example, their hemp-organic cotton comes from a local supplier in Melbourne.

Their main factory is also located in Melbourne, close to their HQ, while their swimwear is manufactured in their hometown in South Australia.

Vege Threads is working to rebuild Australia’s manufacturing industry and create jobs for skilled workers, earning them accreditation from Ethical Clothing Australia

Green business practices: 

Not only is their supply chain local, but their dyeing facility also recycles and disposes of dye waste to fertilize crops nearby.

On the consumer side, their products are designed to be long-lasting and promote a slower way of living. 

Inclusivity:

Australian sizes 8-18 (XS-3XL) are catered for, which means US sizes 0-14. Plus sizes 2XL+ in certain styles can be found here.

Looking at their website, it’s clear these garments are designed to work for a diverse range of bodies and styles.

Available:  Vege Threads

11. LANIUS

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About LANIUS

In 1999, LANIUS had an idea: to combine sustainable materials with sophisticated design, to make beautiful garments everyone could feel good about. 

20+ years later, they’ve stayed true to this idea, providing “fashion that takes people, animals and the environment into account.”

Their hemp selection includes women’s dresses, skirts, pants, and tops.

LANIUS’ Ethical and Sustainability Practices

Materials: 

LANIUS prioritizes organic materials and never uses potentially harmful chemicals.

Hemp is one such material. While sometimes combined with organic cotton, they’re one of the few brands to also offer 100% hemp clothing.

Supply chain & labor practices: 

The designs happen in the brand’s Cologne studio before being fulfilled by one of several production partners certified by either GOTS, SA8000, BSCI, or the Fair Wear Foundation. 

Production countries include Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, Turkey, Peru, India, and China. 

Everyone receives fair wages and humane working conditions. LANIUS doesn’t tolerate forced labor, child labor, or discrimination. You can see more details about their manufacturing partners here

Founder Claudia Lanius also regularly visits them to be sure they share values of responsible manufacturing. 

Green business practices: 

Staying true to the slow fashion ideals that gave them their start, LANIUS only releases two collections every year—both designed to bring joy that lasts a long time. 

Only sustainable packaging (paper or recycled plastics) is used and the brand is GOTS-certified and climate neutral.

Inclusivity:

Sizes run from 34-44, which are based on real body measurements and explained on their Size Advice page. 

The brand was founded by a woman and is partially managed by Claudia’s daughter, Anabelle Homann. 

Community & charitable giving:

On International Women’s Day, they donate 10% of that day’s earnings to FEMNET, a pan-African feminist organization.

They also have charity shirts, where a portion of sales go towards the bioRe® foundation’s school project, which operates a school for the children of their organic cotton farmers. 

Instead of Black Friday, they have Blue Friday, where 10% of the day’s sales are donated to ocean cleanup via Healthy Seas. 

Available:  LANIUS

HOW WE FOUND THE BEST HEMP CLOTHING BRANDS

Sustainable fashion requires us to look not just at the fabrics, but everything that happens from seed to styling. 

Materials: 

Hemp has been used in fabric for thousands of years. It’s sustainable to grow, high-yielding, doesn’t require a lot of inputs (chemicals or water), and is a tremendous carbon sink (meaning it absorbs more CO2 than most forests!).

The entire plant can be put to use, too!

It also makes for a durable, breathable, UV-protective, and anti-microbial fabric. 

In many cases hemp is blended with another sustainable fabric, which is why many of these brands sell organic cotton and hemp clothing. 

Aside from organic cotton, Tencel lyocell and modal blended with hemp to make the fabric a little less textured.

A sustainable fabric should be finished sustainably, so it’s great to see some brands using only low-impact, non-toxic dyes.

Supply chain and labor practices: 

Many of these brands are (puff, puff) passing their hemp clothes between small, local, mostly family run-factories. 

We’re impressed with the level of transparency, as well as a commitment by many brands to regularly visit their manufacturing partners or support workers in ways that go above and beyond fair wages.

Green business practices: 

Between reducing emissions, minimizing water and chemical use, embracing circularity, recycling fabric scraps, and using sustainable packaging, these brands keep their business practices as green as the hemp leaves themselves.  

Inclusivity:

Very happy to see sizes accommodating most bodies (with some room for improvement for some), as well as several women-owned businesses! 

Community & charitable giving: 

Let’s learn a lesson from the 1960s: hemp should be about spreading the love.

Donations to environmental organizations and those furthering women’s empowerment were pretty common for this list, as well as tree plantings, activism, and free community classes.


FINAL THOUGHTS ON HEMP CLOTHING BRANDS

Who would have thought we can-nabis make fashion better for the planet, workers, and our bodies with such a simple, ancient fabric?

We hope this guide has helped point you towards which clothing brands use hemp, but we never want to tell you to buy something new. Only use this resource when it’s necessary and opt for online thrift stores and other secondhand options when it’s not.

However, if you want something long-lasting, durable, and sustainable—consider (h)emphatically embracing one of these hemp clothing brands. 

Remember, hemp is only a few years into being legalized in countries like the U.S. and it currently makes up just 0.1% of the global fiber market. Keep the growth of this magical material going by sharing this article with a hemp-loving friend! 


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