Econyl®︎ YOGA TIGHTS(WOMEN)
The Econyl®︎ YOGA TIGHTS are made from Econyl®︎, a recycled nylon yarn made from discarded fishing nets.
・A moderate fit that isn't too tight
*There may be slight variations in product dimensions
72% nylon (Econyl®︎ regenerated nylon)
・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.
・Machine-wash using a mesh laundry bag.
・Wash with garments in similar colors.
・Do not tumble dry.
・Hang to dry after wash.
・Do not use chlorine- or oxygen-based bleach.
LIVE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
Keeping you comfortable through asanas
The moderate fit of our Econyl®︎ YOGA TIGHTS will empower you during your yoga practice without any feeling of restriction, but feel snug enough so it won't slip down mid-asana. The smooth fabric ensures these tights will stay comfortable even though a sweaty session. The thickness of the material is also just right so it is non-see-through and provides gentle support for your legs.
These are are HERENESS's signature yoga tights, featuring a high-waisted design. In a pair of these, you can confidently practice inversions without worrying about your pants slipping or riding down. They also provide solid support for your tummy and can double as everyday leggings as well.
Choose Sustainable Fabrics
90% less CO2 emissions than conventional nylon
Developed by Italian manufacturer Aquafil, Econyl®︎ is 100% recycled nylon, with 50% coming from old fishing nets and 50% from waste generated by the garment industry. Compared to regular nylon, production of Econyl®︎ uses 60% less energy and emits 90% less CO2 by utilizing renewable energy. Even though it is a recycled material, the quality of the fabric is on par with conventional nylon.
HERENESS directly licenses this next-generation material from Aquafil. The attached Econyl®︎ tag is a sign of trust, and the colorful designs come in various patterns, so you can look forward to seeing which design your tag arrives with.
Saving our oceans from plastic pollution
According to WWF, at least 8 million tons of plastic waste (equivalent to 50,000 jumbo jets in weight) are dumped in the oceans every year, adding to the eixisting 150 million tons of marine plastic pollution. Econyl®︎ not only reduces waste, but promotes reuse of resources. By using Econyl®︎, we are cutting plastic use throughout our supply chain and lessening the impact of our products on the environment.