Named after the majestic Hida Mountain Range in central Japan, where I dreamed up this design on a snowy winter hot spring trip, these pants are the embodiment of elevated everyday.
Indisputably comfortable, yet classy enough you'll feel dressed up.
PROCESS: Grown in New Mexico, spun & knit in North Carolina, sewn at a fair-pay, woman-owned factory in San Francisco, California
SIZING: Check out our garment measurements + FAQs for help choosing your best fit.
CARE: To get the most life out of your garment and do what is best for the earth, machine wash cold & line dry. Because the only option to pre-shrink our fabric was a toxic chemical wash, we intentionally designed our clothes to shrink a bit the first wash. Full details here. And don't worry - these are durable clothes that are easy to care for! Plus, we even accept garments back after you wash and wear them.
END OF LIFE: If it's in decent shape, you can send it to our Infinite Returns Program for a second life, but if it's threadbare, snip out and trash the elastic waistband and add the remainder (all fabric + thread) to your compost pile. It will decompose into components that nourish the soil.
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