Fleurs Malachite Barefoot Legging
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Our Fleurs design is inspired by Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painters, who focused mainly on still life paintings. 17th century artist, Jan Brueghel the Elder, specialized in flower paintings and was even nicknamed "Flower" Brueghel when his floral still life paintings were flourishing. Fleurs, the French word for flowers, features several species of flowers sprinkled across a heavily textured dark canvas background in a color palette of quartz, malachite and lilac.
- Moisture Wicking
- Luxurious, Form Fitting and Lightweight
- 4-Way Stretch - Freedom In Every Direction
- Barefoot Length - To The Ankle -Moto Panels
- Quick Drying - Within Minutes Sweat Evaporates
- Tummy Tucking High or Low Waistband Wearability
- Recycled Plastic Fabric (84% RPET, 16% Spandex)
- Waistband can be worn both high and folded over
84% RPET, 16% Spandex
RPET is a lightweight and durable fiber made from recycled plastic bottles and other post-consumer products. The combination with Spandex means that the fabric moves with you in every direction. This material is very durable and retains its shape due to its high elasticity, even after long wear and several washes. In addition, it is very absorbent and keeps you cool and dry, even during a heavy yoga class.
The use of recycled PET bottles results in a greatly reduced CO2 footprint and reduction of waste that ends up in the landfill.
Wash in the washing machine at 30º, do not tumble dry.
Niyama SOL attaches great importance to eco-friendly production. That's why they incorporate RPET into their leggings, an incredibly durable and lightweight fiber made from recycled plastic bottles, polyesters, and other post-consumerproducts. As a result Niyama SOL not only counteracts expansion of the current plastic soup, but also actively helps to reduce it. Join us in protecting our planet, one pair or leggings at a time.