Low Waist: Measure approximately 5cm below your natural waistline or two fingers below your navel. This measurement applies to prAna pants and shorts and also used for any skirt that sits below your navel.
Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your hip
Inseam: Grab your favourite pair of jeans/pants. Measure the inseam of these pants starting at the crotch seam to the bottom of the pant leg
Do your yoga in the comfortable Juniper Pant. Made from sustainably sourced soft hemp and organic cotton with a touch of spandex for stretch comfort and a gusset for full mobility it also features an intricate print and flared legs for a unique style.
Fitted, low rise pant with flare leg
Madera® slub jersey knit
Elastic inside waistband
Gusset for added comfort
81.3cm inseam (Small)
53% hemp, 42% organic cotton, 5% spandex
bluesign® approved: The bluesign® system is the solution for a sustainable textile production. It eliminates harmful substances right from the beginning of the manufacturing process and sets and controls standards for an environmentally friendly and safe production. This not only ensures that the final textile product meets very stringent consumer safety requirements worldwide but also provides you confidence you'll acquire a sustainable product. Those operating sustainably - meaning conserving resources and reducing the environmental impact to a minimum - also act responsibly and innovatively. Wanting to produce sustainable goods though involves a detailed examination of all materials and processes used as well as the impact of the production on the environment. Only this holistic observation, which starts well before the actual production, will guarantee a final product that is harmless to human beings and the environment. The standard covers 5 principles:
Resource productivity: defines the ecological and economical goal to produce textile products of maximum quality and added value, using a minimum amount of resources as well as causing the least possible environmental impact.
Air emission: air emissions need to comply with strictly controlled emission limits along the entire production chain. Optimising the energy flow as well as using low-emission components reduces the CO2 load, implicating active climate protection.
Occupational health and safety: the health and safety of employees in the textile industry has to be safeguarded by strict guidelines. Weak points occurring locally must be detected. In accordance with the risk potential of the deployed chemical substances, corresponding occupational safety measures are mandatory.
Water emission: control aims at feeding back purified water into the natural cycle and causing the least possible pollution of rivers, lakes and seas. This can be achieved by the use of ecologically harmless components as well as by optimising production and wastewater treatment processes.
Consumer safety: includes not only the mandate for high-quality textile products without health risks, but also the assurance that all of the principles of sustainability are consistently implemented during the production process.