The UNDERCURRENT PANTS are made from a cotton-like recycled polyester, and provides stretch without the use of spandex. The loose fit allows for easy movement and draw cords at the ankles can be cinched to adjust the hems. The fabric is wrinkle-resistant for easy maintenance.
Recycled polyester with a natural, cotton-like texture
Stretchable, quick-drying, wrinkle-resistant
Hip pocket with zipper
62% recycled polyester, 38% composite fiber
・Free shipping on orders over $300
・We accept items for return or exchange within 7 days from the date of purchase. Items must be kept in new condition.
・Do not leave wet or soak for an extended period of time.
・Do not use chlorine or oxygen-based bleach.
・Do not tumble dry.
Professional yet comfortable
At HERENESS, we aim to support mental and physical health through comfortable and functional sportswear. We've spend countless hours studying materials and designs to achieve ultimate comfort without sacrificing performance. As many of us spend more time in casual wear, we decided to start developing comfortable pieces that wouldn't be out of place at the office.
The UNDERCURRENT PANTS feature double pleating and a relaxesd silhouette that can work in both professional and casual settings. They are stretchy even without the use of spandex (polyurethane), which degrades quickly and is not environmentally friendly. The fabric is also wrinkle-resistant, making it easy to care for. The recycled polyester material feels like cotton, making it easy to wear even through long work days.
Functionality is also in place.
The hip pocket, which sits slightly higher, is carefully designed to accomodate a smartphone comfortably without any bulge. These versatile pants can be worn with different types of shoes as the hem width and shape can be adjusted with drawcords. When not tightened, the drawcords neatly tuck inside the hem to maintain a clean look.
Choose Sustainable Fabrics
Eco-friendly material with no spandexMore than 60% of the fabric is made from recycled polyester, while the remaining is plant-based composite fibers. The material is sufficiently stretchy without blending in spandex (polyurethane), which degrades quickly and is not environmentally friendly.