Head-to-Toe Hemp

From caps to yoga shorts and climbing shoes, clothing made with the dynamic fabric

Far from new-age, hemp was grown by colonial American farmers—in fact, the first American flag sewn by Betsy Ross was made from it. As a fabric, hemp outperforms cotton in strength and durability. Naturally resistant to mold and ultraviolet light, when softened the fabric can feel softer than fleece. As a crop, hemp requires no pesticides, GMO seeds or synthetic fertilizers—it actually scrubs carbon dioxide …

Jungmaven’s Sustainable Hemp Bedding

Soft sheets that feel good on the body and the conscience

While our favorite bedding picks include Boll & Branch’s ethically made organic cotton sheets and Parachute’s direct-to-consumer linens, there’s a new option that’s as sustainable as it is soft. Santa Barbara-based Jungmaven, purveyor of made-in-USA hemp tees and tanks (a mix of hemp/cotton blends as well as 100% hemp options), has been raising awareness about the plant’s benefits for the environment—such as requiring less water …