Innovators in Eco-Friendly Packaging and Shipping Supplies

100% Recycled Padded Mailers

EcoEnclose 100% Recycled Padded Mailers are a uniquely eco-friendly mailer: upcycled newspaper is matted into a layer of cushioning, then sandwiched between two layers of recycled Kraft paper. It is curbside recycled and naturally biodegradable - the result: the world’s most eco-friendly cushioned mailer.


  • 100% recycled content
  • 20% post-consumer waste
  • Curbside recyclable
  • Naturally biodegradable
  • Tamper resistant
  • Self-seal adhesive closure
  • Plastic tear strip for easy opening


Create an exceptional customer experience with custom padded mailers. Add your unique branding starting at just 500 units. Read our art specifications and order below.

Do you ship 1,000+ orders per week? Work with us on unique, high-volume projects with branding in 3+ colors, full bleed prints, and more. Request a high-volume quote.


  • 2-4 Units = 2% Savings
  • 5-9 Units = 5% Savings
  • 10-14 Units = 10% Savings
  • 15-24 Units = 15% Savings
  • 25+ Units = Request Quote


If you need a fully weatherproof cushioned mailer, shop our 50% Recycled Bubble Mailers. If you're debating between protective mailer options, check out our Ultimate Guide to Protective Mailers.

Frequently Asked Questions About EcoEnclose Padded Mailers

There are several questions to ask when determining what you will need to ship your products. Our quick FAQ helps you answer the most common questions we receive. Of course, if you are actually thinking "what are padded mailers anyway?", check out our Ultimate Guide to Protective Mailers or contact us.

+ What are padded mailers?
+ What are the sizes, dimensions, and weights of EcoEnclose padded mailers?
+ What size mailer should I use?
+ What shipping labels do you recommend for your padded envelopes?
+ Do you recommend 100% Recycled Padded Mailers or 50% Recycled Bubble Mailers?
+ There are several cushioned paper mailers available today. What makes yours the most eco-friendly?
+ When are padded envelopes better than shipping boxes? When are shipping boxes better?
+ What is the construction of the mailer cushioning? What about the tear strip?
+ Should I consider branded mailers?