Patagonia Womens Centered Crops Abstract Jungle: Tasmanian Teal
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The Womens Centered Crops from Patagonia are ideal for yoga, running, climbing or under skirts and dresses, making these cropped tights one of the most versatile bottoms you could ever had. A soft, high-performance stretchy and breathable recycled polyester/spandex knit fabric provides a compression fit, remains supportive and retains recovery all day long. They feature both miDori bioSoft (a plant seed-based multi-purpose fabric softener) to increase wicking speeds and ensure long-term softness and Polygiene permanent odor control. And they’re Fair Trade Certified sewn, which means the people who made it earned a premium for their labor.

  • Fabric: 85% recycled polyester/ 15% spandex jersey
  • Polygiene permanent odor control
  • Compression fit
  • Fast wicking and drying
  • Soft feel
  • Fair Trade Certified
  • Flattering wide waistband
  • Contoured side seams
  • Fitted leg
  • Hidden key pocket on waistband
  • Logo on back of waistband
Product Code: A4C24276

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