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Cashmere Hoodie

Nothing brings immediate warmth quite like a cashmere hoodie. Within seconds of putting it on, you feel cosy, comfortable and snug as anything. Choose from classic colours that will never go out of style and enjoy luxurious, A-grade cashmere all year round. From a blustery winter walk to a crisp summer morning, a cashmere hoodie is always a welcome addition. Explore our high-quality hoodies made with the finest cashmere, in a range of men's and women's sizes.


What makes Rise & Fall cashmere hoodies so good?
All our cashmere jumpers and hoodies are made with 100% A-grade Mongolian cashmere. It’s the softest, most luxurious cashmere that never fails us. It has extra-long fibres which make our cashmere hoodies extra soft and extra strong. They’re much less prone to pilling than your run of the mill cashmere jumper and are built to last.

Our cashmere hoodies are made by the same manufacturers as Paul Smith and Rag & Bone so you know you’re getting incredibly luxurious, well-made cashmere at a fraction of the price.
What is the difference between the cashmere hoodies and the cashmere jumpers?
Our women’s cashmere hoodie weighs 290gm and our men’s cashmere hoodie weighs 345gm. They’re both a slightly heavier weight cashmere, perfect for those chilly winter days.

Unlike our cashmere jumpers, the hoodies have cosy pockets to keep your hands snug and a drawstring hood for extra warmth.
What colours and sizes are available?
Our men’s cashmere hoodie is available in grey, navy and black, in sizes S - XL. And our women’s cashmere hoodie comes in grey, beige and black, in sizes S - XL.
Are the cashmere hoodies kind to people and planet?
Like all Rise & Fall cashmere, our cashmere hoodies are certified by the Good Cashmere Standard, the Sustainable Fibre Alliance and the Responsible Wool Standard.

We care about the people and animals that produce our cashmere too which is why we only comb our goats in the spring when they’re already starting to shed their winter coats.