Eaden Sleepwear & dri-release

Eaden Sleepwear was established over ten years ago by Wendy Eaden from Melbourne.  The Eaden range helps adults suffering from night sweats to get a better sleep.

Key to Eaden's success is design, quality and importantly; dri-release.


Dri-release® is a unique fabric that feels like cotton and keeps wearers comfortable, dry and odor-free. Made from a patented yarn, with just a trace of natural fibers, Dri-release® combines the best qualities of both – it wicks moisture away from the skin and it’s soft to the touch. A Freshguard® treatment embedded in the yarn virtually eliminates odor. Whilst our product range, all made from Dri-release® is best known as menopause sleepwear, the benefits can be enjoyed by anyone who tends to overheat when sleeping.

  • Dries 4 times faster than cotton and keeps you dry
  • Wicking qualities won’t wash out – so our sleepwear will keep doing its job wash after wash
  • Virtually neutralises odour (Freshguard)
  • Soft and natural to touch
  • Resists piling and wrinkling
  • Doesn’t discolour with perspiration, no under arm stains
  • No annoying static cling, great for layering

How it works
Dri-release® uses a patented blend of natural and synthetic fibers. The natural fibers absorb moisture pulling it off the skin and into the fabric. Synthetic fibers repel moisture, forcing it through to the surface of the garment where it evaporates quickly as airflow moves across the fabric. So, dri-release moves sweat and moisture from the skin, through the fabric and releases it into the air faster than 100% cotton and faster than any other performance fabric.

Moisture wicking sleepwear – comfort that won’t wash out
Unlike other topically finished performance polyesters that lose their ability to wick away moisture with each washing, dri-Release’s comfort qualities are permanent. They’re built right into the yarn itself so clothing made with dri-Release always feels soft, always stays dry.

Dries fast, comfort that lasts
In drying-time tests, dri-release dries four times faster than cotton, and as fast as or faster than the leading performance polyesters.