Aboriginal Print Leggings

  Made in British Columbia

The Aboriginal artwork on the leggings are created by Canadian First Nations Eric Parnell & Mark Gauti

All leggings are made from a blend of 12% spandex and 88% recycled polyester, which is made from recycled PET (a 100% post-consumer recycled raw material that is derived from recycled post-water bottles). This is an eco-friendly fabric that provides ease of care and durability.
The leggings also feature a French-style gusset for an ideal fit and overall look.
Rather than treat the fabric with chemicals to achieve wicking and antibacterial properties, we use a 100% natural treatment called ChitoSanté, which is the only antibacterial bio-agent in the world certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. ChitoSanté is made from chitosan, a naturally-occurring fiber found in crab and shrimp shells. The makers of Chitosanté extract chitosan from these shells to create a substance that provides durable antibacterial and wicking properties to fabric. This ensures the fabric remains hygienic and odour-resistant without requiring chemical treatment, and it also finds a new use for crustacean shells that would otherwise be thrown away as waste. Note: ChitoSanté is entirely safe for people with shellfish allergies because it is non-protein based.

Sizing Chart:

  • XS     Women's 0-4
  • S        Women's 4-8
  • M       Women's 8-12
  • L        Women's 12-14
  • XL      Women's 14-16