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 basics.
Indisputably comfortable, yet classy enough you'll feel dressed up.
INGREDIENTS: Organic sepia french terry (naturally colored dye-free cotton grown by legendary cotton breeder and farmer, Sally Fox), elastic waistband... learn more here.
PROCESS: Grown in New Mexico, spun & knit in North Carolina, sewn at a fair-pay woman-owned factory in San Francisco, California.
SIZING: See our sizing guide to choose your best fit. The most important sizing measurement to be aware of choosing your size for the Hida Mountain Pants is the natural waist. The waist should fit snug but comfortably. The legs are intentionally oversized & flowy. If you know you want a tighter fit over the legs, some people have enjoyed sizing down which is possible because the crotch is slightly dropped.
CARE: Machine wash cold & line dry (best for the environment) or tumble dry on low. We opted not to pre-shrink this garment because the typical pre-shrinking process includes a lot of toxins. If put in the dryer, these pants may shrink 2% — mostly up, not so much in. Awesome if you want them a little snugger! If washed cold and line dried, they are unlikely to shrink. Feel free to give them a wash & dry in the first 15 days and return them if you aren't happy.