PRESALE ITEM: Pau Hana Pant in Dirty Rose

PRESALE ITEM: Pau Hana Pant in Dirty Rose

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Presale price: $72

This is a PRESALE ITEM and it could take 2 - 6 months to receive it!  By supporting this presale you are making it possible to make new and improved eco and ethical gear AND a new size of xxl.  Thank you.  You can also donate to our Go Fund Me and receive downloadable yoga classes:

There are no returns on presale items.  However, if you have not received your items within 6 months then a full refund will be issued.

Pau Hana Pant in Dirty Rose

  • the "after work" comfy pant

  • 70% Tencel 30% Organic Cotton (more information on fibers below)

  • softer than silk and cooler than linen

  • off the charts for comfort and sustainability

  • super light summer fabric

  • soft wide waistband gently hugs the midline and drapes off the butt

  • perfect for after work, spa days, throw on over your swimsuit at the beach, flowy yoga and lounging around the house

  • available in xxl

Why Tencel and Organic Cotton?


Conserve rescources

A life cycle analysis demonstrates the eco-friendliness of the TENCEL® fibers in comparison to cotton, polyester and polypropylene. The study evaluates all the environmental impacts in the course of extracting the fiber and arrives at the conclusion that cotton's toxic impact on fresh water and soil is enormous in comparison to TENCEL® fibers. Another ecological advantage of TENCEL® fibers is that the raw material wood, stems from forest plantations which practice sustainability. The cultivated forest land is not suitable for agriculture. In contrast, cotton uses productive agricultural land, which means it is competing with food production. Moreover, water consumption is 10 - 20 times lower than with cotton.*

* Life Cycle Assessment of LenzingTM Fibers: M. Patel, L. Shen, University Utrecht, Netherlands, 2008

For more information:

Organic Cotton:

What makes organic materials, like cotton, so much better than the conventional ones? Organic cotton is grown in a way that uses methods and materials that lessen the impacton our environment. A big effort in the organic movement is to use growing systems that replenish and maintain soil fertility and build biologically diverse agriculture. Organic cotton uses far less water too. 

The main benefit of organic materials, however, is that the crops aren’t treated with pesticides, insecticides, herbicides and Genetically Modified Organisms. These toxins are harmful for farmers and workers, us as consumers, and entire wildlife eco-systems.

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