The perfect example of casual, comfortable and fashionable womens hemp trousers. A great piece of ethical fashion proven to never go out of style.
These soft linen-like womens eco-friendly hemp trousers have a straight, structured fit, with a gathered/elasticated waist, comfy side pockets and a sustainably sourced mother-of-pearl button.
They can be paired with a simple cami and a smattering of gold come summer, worn with an oversized tee for some serious lounge inspired comfort and would look amazing with a vintage trench during those april showers.
These trousers are...
Antifungal and Antimicrobial.
Regulates your temperature. Keeping you cool when it's hot, and warm when it's not!
Wonderfully breathable, keeping you fresh.
Hemp's hollow fibres make it a great insulator!
Wicks sweat and damp away from the skin, keeping you dry.
5x the tensile strength of cotton, and 3x more durable.
Compostable and recyclable. Sustainability at its best!
Composition & Care
Product Specifications; 100% natural / 100% vegan / Colourfast / UV safe / Breathable / Preshrunk / Oxygen bleached / Reactive dye
Construction; 55% hemp / 45% organic cotton
Care instructions; Wash with similar colours at 30c
Colours available; Red, khaki
Sizes available; 10-14
Why choose hemp? This is sustainable fashion at its finest and a great testament to the durability and quality of hemp. The saying is that hemp wears in - it doesn’t wear out. It gets softer as time goes on without losing any of its durability. Hemp is thermodynamic - it keeps you cooler when it’s hot and hotter when it’s cool making these pants a perfect piece to take through the spring / summer seasons and because of its durability and hardwearing nature - beyond!
|Packaging Type||100% Recyclable|
|Classifications||100% Natural, 100% Vegan, Breathable, Colourfast, Oxygen bleached, Pre-shrunk, Reactive Dye, UV Safe|
Packaged in a garment bag made from recyclable polypropylene/polyethylene (unfortunately, this is not typically accepted through kerbside recycling but can often be taken to a local collection point. The good news is that many supermarkets and shops now offer this service. Find your closest recycling point here).