Devanha Leggings in Iona Blue
- Abrasion Resistant
Devanha blue leggings have 2 panels with which work to support the bum with a comfortable fit, ideal for outdoor exploring. The eye catching colour looks amazing outdoors. Perfect leggings for any activities from yoga to wild camping! Made with recycled fishing nets and other nylon waste!
- Stretch waistband
- Mid rise
- Slim, bodycon fit & sculpting design
- Soft, stretchy fabric
- Flatlock panel stitching
- Great for outdoors
- No swing tag to keep waste to a minimum
- Model is a size Small
Machine wash inside out, according to instructions on wash care label.
In 146AD, Devanha was the capital city of an ancient tribal area called Taexali. We know this city now as Aberdeen! Nowadays, you can find evidence of the 'Devanha' name all over the city... from old breweries, to street names. Even the Denburn river takes its name from the word Devanha!
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Returns are free up to 30 days after you receive your items.
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All of our leggings are hand made in the UK. Because they are hand made, they are created with care and love every time. Check out our Supplier page to see which extra measures are taken to reduce the carbon footprint of our manufacturing process.
Our leggings are created using recycled nylon blended with elastane (78% PA, 22% EA). Econyl recycled nylon is made from recycled sea waste including fishing nets, industrial plastic, and carpet samples... amazing right?!
Technical Carbon Footprint
The carbon footprint below is an estimate based on CO2 produced during the Econyl fabric production process. Recycled nylon reduces the global warming impact of the production process by about 90% compared to virgin nylon... this is because recycled nylon is not reliant on fossil fuels. Not only that, we save around 115,000kg of CO2 per flight by keeping our manufacturing in the UK, compared to most common textile manufacturing which takes place in developing countries!