Bamboo MID-Season Leggings - La Flèche

$110.00

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Designer's Notes:  Andréanne wanted to create a fabric that was in between the All-Season weight and the Winter weight (bamboo fleece). This soft and medium weight bamboo has an extremely stretchy knit and is perfect for you if you tend to run hot in winter or if you tend to run cold during the between seasons.

Perfect pairing:  Bamboo "Bumwarmer" (aka layering skirt)

Features

  • French Terry knit bamboo with Lycra
  • Wide waistband / tummy control / won't dig in
  • No side seam for ultimate comfort
  • Authentic Métis print La Flèche

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 28"
      • Model shown is 5'9" wearing S and XS (Charcoal/ Black)
      Materials & Care
      • Materials: 87% Bamboo Viscose/ 8% Organic Cotton / 5% LYCRA
      • Special Garment Care: Protect your print! Turn garment inside out before washing. Machine wash 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 La Flèche

      The Métis people helped shape the Canada of today, mainly in terms of the expansion of the west. The Métis became the link between the First Nations and their European allies, assisted by their wives who translated the native languages and helped resolve any cultural issues that arose. Métis Artist David Albert created this arrow (flèche) to pay tribute to the trading activities between the Métis and First Nations people. The Métis were, in fact, astute business people. The flower represents the Métis, also known as the "flower beadwork people," and the Arrow represents the First Nations and the connection between them.