With Boob, it was love at first wear. Since 2007 when we put on our first Boob top and experienced totally discreet on-the-go nursing, Boob’s Classic Organic Nursing Tank has continued to be our undisputed best-selling nursing top.
Today, Boob is a GOTS Certified Organic company with a world-wide fan base renowned for amazing quality European-made eco-conscious nursing style.
Boob Makes the Softest Organic & Eco-friendly Nursing Clothing
We feel the difference. Clothes made with care are worn, washed and loved, over & over again. Boob uses sustainable fabrics that are simply irresistible. Find out about how your clothes are made below.
It's not only soft, it's sustainable. To ensure quality and accountability, Boob's materials are traceable from fiber to final garment. Every component of Boob clothing has been tested free of harmful substances.
GOTS Certified Organic Cotton
Grown according to the strictest standards of sustainability without the use of harmful pesticides and fertilizers and free of dangerous chemical processing.
Recycled cotton is reprocessed into high-quality yarn drastically reducing the water, energy and chemicals used. No pesticides and arable land is used.
A cellulose fiber sourced from sustainably managed forests where cultivation uses 5% of the water used in traditional cotton farming.
Boob sources merino wool from sheep that are humanely raised on South Amercian farms. No mulesing! Processing is done with the least chemical impact.
New yarns are spun from recycled wool. No new chemicals or dyes are added in the process.
Boob bras, leggings & swimwear are made with Q-nova® and ECONYL® yarns which are produced from recycled waste such as fishing nets and plastic bottles. This helps reduce landfill waste and the use of crude oil.
Quality Clothing Produced with Care & Conscience
Boob clothing is designed in Sweden and 100% made in Europe. Boob keeps track of every step from fiber to final garment. Rather than chase after the cheapest price, they build long-term relationships with suppliers who share their concern for human rights and the environment. Here's a glimpse of a few of their producers: