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Zen By Sen Legging - Ganesha
This legging with a unique print fits like a second skin and has an extra high waistband, meaning it will stay in place, guaranteed! The Zen by Sen leggings are made of soft smooth fabric with a slight sheen. The fabric moves with you in four directions, keeps its beautiful color for a long time, even after frequent washing, and dries quickly. This legging is perfect for yoga, but also for running and even in the water when you go surfing!
All Zen by Sen leggings are designed in the Netherlands, produced sustainably within Europe, and made with recycled fishing nets. Because of this we keep the seas clean with each other while you can still wear trendy leggings with perfect fit. From fishing net to fashion. With love for our planet.
- Light and fast-drying material
- Extra high waist
- Retains its beautiful color
78% recycled polyamide, 22% elastane. Produced in Germany and Poland
This light and fast-drying fabric keeps you cool and dry during your yoga practice. In addition, the material is very durable and retains its shape and color for a long time.
The material is also great to wear in the water, for example during a SUP yoga class or a surfing session. The fabric dries quickly and is resistant against sunburn and seawater.
In the washing machine at 30º, not in the dryer.
What makes the Zen by Sen leggings so sustainable? We'll break it down for you!
First, the leggings are made from recycled fishing nets left in the sea by fishermen. Every year many marine animals get entangled unnecessarily, and we do not like that! By purchasing a Zen by Sen legging you contribute to making the oceans a safer, cleaner place!
Secondly, Zen by Sen leggings and fabrics are produced close to home in Germany and Poland. That saves a lot of transport kilometers and the employees get good working conditions and fair wages. This feels a lot better than producing products in a distant country, where the working conditions and wages are not always up to our standards.
Third, the fabrics are not dyed, but printed. This saves a lot of dyes and also liters of water compared to other color processes, where a lot of water has to be used to paint a fabric.