Trinity Urban Active Leggings in Cyanica - Yoga Democracy
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Trinity Urban Active Legging in Camo Ammo

    • Compression leggings with camo contrast.
    • Rated excellent for UPF protection (equivalent to UVB/UVA 40-50+)
    • High, no-fuss waistband that smooths over your tummy area
    • Made with luxury Italian fabric derived from post-consumer and post-industrial material reduces environmental impact without sacrificing performance or comfort. 
    • Nylon body from Econyl® yarn for an earth friendly alternative to standard nylon.
    • Contrast made from standard nylon for a subtle sheen.
    • Model Stats: Waist 25", Hips 34", Height 5'11", Wearing Size XS.
  • Features+++
    • 65% Recycled Polyamide Econyl®/35% Elastane
    • Contrast 78% Recycled Polyester/22% LYCRA® XTRALIFE 
    • Techno-fabric that's breathable and sweat-wicking to keep your skin cool during hot and sweaty workouts
    • 28" Inseam
    • Rated excellent for UPF protection (equivalent to UVB/UVA 40-50+)
    • Fabric imported from Italy
    • UV, chlorine, sun cream and oil resistant
    • Super quick-drying
    • Anti-microbial
    • Compression/muscle control
    • Gusset
    • Handcrafted at our Arizona workshop
    • Machine wash, air dry
    • Fade-free, bleed-free color
  • Our recycled polyester requires around half the energy to produce versus standard polyester. We use a zero-water process to dye the fabric and recycle all paper used in our process. Our fabric's recycled content has been independently certified as post-consumer in origin. In comparison it takes on average 2,700 liters of water to produce a single pair of cotton yoga leggings from growing the cotton to dyeing the fabric. Each pair of our leggings represents the equivalent of around 12 recycled plastic bottles.
  • Our recycled nylon requires around half the energy to produce versus standard nylon. It's produced from material such as discarded fishing nets. Did you know it takes over 600 years for a fishing line abandoned at sea to decompose? Thousands of tons of "ghost nets" left behind from shipwrecks and irresponsible fishing practices float in the world's oceans entangling and killing sea life. By moving to recycled nylon you help make it more economically viable to recycle rather than abandon this material.
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