Cozy Pants - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Cozy Pants - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Cozy Pants - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic
Cozy Pants - Healthy, Sustainable Clothes by Danu Organic

Cozy Pants

Regular price
$55.00
Sale price
$55.00

These high-vibe organic pants will keep little ones cozy & warm in even the chilliest of winters. Sewn from a thick french terry, they'll stand up to all the adventurous crawling & climbing a baby can get into!

INGREDIENTS: Colorganic Sepia French Terry & if red, organic madder root with aluminum acetate as a mordant

JOURNEY: Grown in New Mexico, spun & knit in North Carolina and sewn at a fair-pay, woman-owned factory in San Francisco, California.

DESIGN: Sometimes simple is best and that's definitely the case for our cozy pants. Our customers asked for us to leave ample space for a cloth diaper and we did.

SIZING: See our sizing guide to choose your best fit. These pants fit true to size.

CARE: Machine wash cold & line dry (best for the environment) or tumble dry on low.

We opted not to pre-shrink this garment because pre-shrinking typically involves a lot of toxins and babies are super sensitive to toxins. If put in the dryer, these pants may shrink 2% — mostly up, not so much in. If washed cold and line dried, they are unlikely to shrink.

Feel free to give them a wash & dry in the first 30 days. We accept washed & worn returns if you aren't happy.

Free USA shipping + returns over $50. Free Canada & Mexico shipping over $250. Worldwide shipping coming soon.

One tree planted for every order placed through the winter solstice — December 21st.

If you order a naturally dyed piece, it may initially hold the scent of the plant that was used to dye it. It will also be a tad stiffer than an undyed garment. Both of these features will mellow with time. The color fades very little, but over time, some shift in color is to be expected and part of what makes naturally dyed pieces so special. Learn more about our organic madder root dye on the journal or check out our Natural Dye FAQ.