The ‘Why ?’
…because no other recycled plastic bottle-made leggings ever felt so damn silky on your skin!
Although you might want to show off your cute activewear to everyone and anyone before practice or while you're at brunch after class; When you’re on the mat, your leggings should be the last thing on your mind. We create clothing to move and breathe in first and foremost, so our first leggings are really a reflection of that..
We wanted our long legging to have that ‘second skin’ feel: to be soft to touch, never budge when you move and never cut in at the waist. So you can forget about them while you practice, focus on your breath…and remember how cute they are when you’re leaving class! The Fit
Mid-rise elasticated band (the wont cut in, don’ worry!)
Sweat-wicking fabric that’s been tried and tested under the heat of India to make sure zero sweat shows through even after the sweatiest practice
All the ‘wow’ brought to you by our signature limited edition print, of course. The Print : Flock (Ink/Saffron)
As with all of our designs, The Flock print started life drawn by hand. This one was just a moment of calm amongst chaos, drawn on a coffee break in central London: a doodle on a scrap piece of paper became a repeat print akin to 17th century flock wallpaper. However it's become a design that's open to your imagination; some say peacock feathers, others say deep sea creatures...but almost every one says 'oooh that colour!' Petrol blues, turquoise highlights and pops of saffron orange, it's sure add something truely unique to your workout wardrobe.The Fabric
Eco-lux 86% REPRIVE Recycled Polyester (from post-consumer landfill waste) 14% Elastane - dye sublimation printed for the most vivid colours and the least water usage. The Care
Machine wash cold (30-40 degrees) with similar colours, avoid using fabrics softer if you can (that goes for anything stretchy you have in your wardrobe as it softens the elastane) and hang dry inside out or away from sunlight.
Lita wears a size XS
Photography by Sam Lindley
*due to the nature of sublimation printing a dark colour onto white fabric, although the fabic is opaque, the colours will lighten with stretch. To limit that effect it can be better to size up if you think that you're in between sizes.