Bamboo WINTER Legging- Print Spirit of the North


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Designer's Notes: These Voilà signature high-waist leggings have been a best seller for 7 years in a row.  A proud Indigenous design and tasteful placement has customers coming back year after year. Our classic cut, style and fit hasn't changed since Andréanne created her custom Bamboo fleece-lined fabric back in 2010 under specific guidelines, making her fabric long-lasting and high quality.

This pairs well with our Bamboo "Bumwarmer" (aka layering skirt)

Best Bamboo Fleece-lined Leggings made in Canada.


  • Wide waistband / tummy control / won't dig in
  • High-waist
  • No side seam for ultimate comfort
  • Thick and cozy bamboo fleece-lined fabric
  • Light and lustrous with just the right amount of stretch
  • Heritage print:  Spirit of the North
  • Maternity Friendly
  • Curve friendly ( please note; size XL fits up to 1X)

Size & Fit

      FREE CUSTOM HEMMING: Add your height/ inseam in the note section at checkout.              
      **Please Note: Adding a custom hem to your online order is perfect for when you are re-ordering or have already tried on an item. For first time item purchases that you are unsure of, we would recommend to order without a personalized hem or alterations so that a return or exchange would be possible.
      • Fit: Fitted
      • Rise: 3.5" control top waist band
      • Inseam length Approximately 28"
      • Model shown is 5'8" wearing XS
      Materials & Care
      • Materials: 87% Bamboo Viscose/ 8% Organic Cotton/ 5% LYCRA®
      • Special Garment Care: Protect your print! Turn garment inside out. Machine wash cold and on delicate cycle or hand wash in cold water. Dry flat.
      *Our bamboo fabric is knit and dyed in Ontario using fair trade yarn and low-impact dyes

        Story of Spirit of The North

        To the Inuit people the Polar Bear is regarded as the embodiment of the spirit of the North, an animal who possesses ancient wisdom. The Aboriginal Plains people used Eagle feathers in ceremonies as a symbol of respect and healing. David Albert, an Aboriginal Métis artist, captured the beauty and essence of both, using a Haida style in his design.