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Smooth, full-stretch and they pass the squat test. What more do you want from a pair of leggings? Well, they could have a supportive and flattering high, wide waistband which stays in place whatever shape you bend into. They could wick sweat so that whether you’re lifting, running or doing an intense sequence of yoga postures, you stay comfortable. They could come in a range of cool colours. They could also be made from recycled material in a fair trade factory. The best-selling Layna leggings from outdoor adventure brand, prAna, are still going strong and no wonder with all that going for them. Plus, their 7/8 length is perfect for any activity, indoor or out. Yogi, hiker, runner, gym rat or proponent of the leggings-for-everyday-wear movement, these will see you through. But will you see through them? Hell, no
|Size||Numeric Size||Waist (in)||Hips (in)|
|Size||Numeric Size||Waist (cm)||Hips (cm)|
|Short Inseam||Regular Inseam||Tall Inseam|
|29" on all waist sizes||31" on all waist sizes||34" on all waist sizes|
The need for shorts that offered supreme comfort and mobility was the starting point for PrAna, the California brand founded in 1992 by husband-and-wife team Beaver and Pam Theodosakis. Working out of a small garage in the coastal city of Carlsbad, the duo set out on a journey to make stylish and functional activewear. But there was a higher purpose too – namely, respect for the planet and its people. From the outset, they committed to sustainability and lessening the environmental impact of everything they made.
It was an ethos rooted in the realisation that everything is connected. This concept was encapsulated in the name that Beaver and Pam chose for their brand, prana. It’s a Sanskrit word that literally translates as ‘breath’, but which refers to the universal energy that flows within and among us, connecting us with all other living beings. So, for PrAna, what you wear matters. It matters firstly because clothing that gives you the freedom to move inspires you to chase adventures and stay active. But secondly, it matters because sustainable clothing lessens our impact on the planet. It’s the right thing to do – and the right thing to wear.