Top 9 Bamboo Clothing Brands You Probably Never Heard Of

Sustainability, Sustainable Fashion

Help sustain our world and look stylish! These are the top bamboo clothing brands creating organic apparel you'll love wearing every day.

In 2020, we are at a crossroads where major alterations must happen in order to reverse the damage to our lovely planet. Major fashion manufacturers are beginning to use eco-friendly, sustainable materials for their clothing lines.

One of the up and coming options is Bamboo. Not only does it grow quickly but it is durable and if processed correctly, will not leave a lasting imprint on the environment.

If you have never considered bamboo for your clothing, you are not alone. While cotton has been the major resource for fashion production it uses large quantities of water and requires plenty of manpower for harvesting. Bamboo fashion is one of the latest trends for companies serious about helping our environment.

Unsure where to get some trendy, bamboo clothing brands? Then keep reading to learn more.

1. Free Fly


Price Range:

$25 – $70

Sustainable Materials:

Bamboo, Synthetic, Cotton

Free fly was created by a family that was obsessed with the outdoors. They were passionate about finding a shirt that was perfect to wear from sun up to sun down.  The problem was they couldn’t find a shirt that was sustainably sourced and didn’t feel like plastic. Together, they quit their jobs and created their own performance apparel company.

Free fly offers all types of performance products from t-shirts, sun shirts, dresses, hoodies, hats and more! Their gear is affordable, ranging anywhere from $25-$90.

2. Cariuma


Price Range:

$70 – $100

Sustainable Materials:

Recycled PET, Bluesign-certified chemicals to dye materials, Recyclable packaging, Mamona Oil, Cork, Organic Cotton, Sugarcane, Rubber, Bamboo

Cariuma is a Brazilian brand with a mission to create sustainable, comfortable, and timeless sneakers. Their co-founders were so passionate about this mission, they left their corporate jobs in the hope of building a company that would serve the people and the planet. We think they are doing a pretty great job!

They are actively taking a stand against fast fashion and reinventing the sneaker game. They do this by designing timeless silhouettes for their sneakers and using raw materials that yield to a smaller carbon footprint. They even use recycled and recyclable packaging for your new shoes’ journey to your front door!

3. Tasc Performance

Price Range:

$30 – $100

Sustainable Materials:

Bamboo, Bamboo Performance Technology

Tasc Performance is a family owned performance apparel brand passionate about using natural materials rather than chemically derived materials.  Tasc spent years researching to find just the right materials and finally ended up creating their own material called BamCo.  Using bamboo, they created a fabric that has zero chemical enhancements and has a feel thats even better than cotton!

4. Onno


Price Range:

$30 – $50

Sustainable Materials:

Bamboo, Hemp, Pima Cotton

We love the good Onno is putting into the world! They only work with small, family-owned factories in India and China. They also create intimate relationships with these factories and put full transparency on their website so you can trace back where your clothes are made and read about the factories!

Onno makes amazing basic bamboo t-shirts and long sleeve shirts. These shirts are silky, lightweight, and built to move with you. We can guarantee these are comfy AF and will become a front runner in your weekly rotation.

5. Cariloha

resort Bamboo bed sheets - Cariloha

Price Range:

$30 – $90

Sustainable Materials:


Cariloha does it all from bedding,  apparel, active wear, bath goods and more! This company is passionate about giving the consumer exactly what they are looking for. They set themselves apart by being the only multi-showroom retailer with entire collection of products made of viscose from bamboo.

Cariloha states, they are driven by comfort, health and eco-conscious lifestyle.

6. LNBF (Leave Nothing But Footprints)

Jasper Pocket tee - LNBF

Price Range:

$30 – $120

Sustainable Materials:

organic bamboo, organic cotton, and Tencel. Non-toxic Oeko-Tex 100 certified dyes that are free of heavy metals and allergens.

LNBF, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and founded by people passionate about making soft apparel while adhering to the need to preserve nature.

They manufacture their items using bamboo and organic cotton viscose. The mills used to make those fabrics OEKO-TEX® 100-certified which use fewer chemicals and water.

Product Range: Women’s tops, bottoms, dresses, sweaters, and loungewear.

Men’s t-shirts and loungewear are also sold.

If you wish to do your part and cut down on your footprints consider shopping at LNBF and be ready to spend between $17.00-95.99.

7. Thought

Thought Clothing

Price Range:

$30 – $100

Sustainable Materials:

Organic Cotton, Bamboo, Hemp, Tencel, Modal, Wool, Recycled Polyester

Thought, in London and produces Bamboo clothing for men and women. Their apparel is colorful and fun. It also appears soft to the touch due to the use of breathable bamboo and organic cotton.

Luckily you can search their website to locate their breathable bamboo items.

Product Range: Men’s socks and underwear

Women’s tops, bottoms, dresses, scarves, socks, tights, and underwear

While their men’s section needs more bamboo products the prices aren’t bad. Be prepared to cash out at $5.95-$59.00 per item depending on what you buy. But be sure to convert to U.S. dollars if you don’t live in the U.K.

The experts at Cuts do extensive research on finding the perfect shirt cut for every male body type. And they offer a variety of hem-types so you can wear your shirt tucked or untucked, whatever you prefer.

8. Boody Eco Wear

Price Range:

$15 – $40

Sustainable Materials:

Bamboo fibers

Boody started in 2011 in Sydney, Australia. They are a brand that focuses on the essentials. Socks, underwear, bras, undershirts, accessories, and even baby clothes. Their minimalistic brand is adamant on complete transparency of their supply chain from start to finish.

From the bamboo crop to the consumers hands, they are passionate about reducing the negative impact on the world and helping their consumers live a more sustainable lifestyle. Their focus is the health conscious consumer that appreciates affordable luxury.

Boody products range anywhere from $10-$70 and can be found worldwide!

9. BAM


Price Range:

$20 – $100

Sustainable Materials:


BAM makes all of their clothing from bamboo, using different variations of the fabric. They know that bamboo is way more sustainable than any other plant. Further, they strive to be sustainable and ethical in every step of the supply chain. From the bamboo to the people, to the practices, they do everything the right way, not the easy way.

You can find everything at BAM from bamboo t-shirts, shorts, hoodies, base-layers, and more. Their innovation of all their different fabrics is really admirable. They have created jerseys, lightweight, cling-free, silky, and soft. Basically anything you’re looking for, they have! BAM is a no-brainer, we love this brand!

Go Shopping

Now that you know about these awesome bamboo clothing brands it’s time to indulge in retail therapy. Investing in companies like these not only helps them but it shows other fashion manufacturers that clothes can be made beautifully and ethically.

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