Price Range: $31–$375
Naadam is all about ethical, luxurious comfort, and they think the best fabric for loungewear is cashmere in all its super soft glory.
The brand’s collection for women and men includes ethical loungewear sets, matching sweaters and pants, hoodies, tanks, and cardies made from one of nature’s softest fabrics.
Cozy up in The Original Cashmere Sweater, a classically designed, crew-necked sweater made from 100% cashmere and available in a large selection of colors.
Make it a wool loungewear set by pairing it with the oh-so-cozy Cashmino Jogger.
Naadam’s Ethical & Sustainability Practices
Naadam’s super soft ethical loungewear is mostly made from 100% Mongolian ethical cashmere or recycled cashmere, They also use merino wool, modal, organic cotton, silk, Naia™, and Café Cotton, made from recycled coffee grounds.
Their Reclaimed Cashmere collection is created using deadstock material.
They hold RWS, GRS, and OEKO-TEX certifications.
Supply chain & labor practices:
Naadam works directly with goat herders in Mongolia. They ensure they receive a fair price for their cashmere, as well as benefits like veterinary care, livestock insurance, retirement, healthcare, and more.
They manufacture mainly at two BSCI-compliant factories in Chifeng, China, though some come directly from Mongolia or Italy.
Goats are shorn by hand in warm weather only, and Naadam provides additional veterinary funds to ensure they stay happy and healthy.
Carbon commitments & green practices:
Naadam’s goats are ranged freely in a way that protects fragile grasslands and disperses their impact across large areas.
They use closed-loop dying processes, renewable energy for manufacturing, and keep damaged or returned goods in circulation by donating them to Green Tree Textiles.
They offset all shipping emissions and aim to be carbon-neutral by 2025.
Women’s general sizing runs XXS-XXL, and the extended sizing collection runs XXS-3X. Men’s sizing runs XXS-XXL.
Community & charitable giving:
Naadam invests in Mongolian herders’ livelihoods through a partnership with the Gobi Revival Fund and their own Naadam Bogd Fund.