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    Organic Cotton Ankle Leggings - Blackout

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    These organic cotton leggings are specially designed with opaqueness in mind, hence the blackout name.  Made with a wide, comfortable waistband, they end just below your ankle, (depending upon your height). These leggings are perfect for layering under a skirt or dress and great for running your favorite trail.

    They are super soft and comfortable with Organic Cotton, providing softness and great recovery.

      Fabric: 90% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, 10% Spandex

      Made in Peru. Fair Trade manufacturing and FLO (Fair Labor Organization) certified. 

        Fabric care: Machine Wash Warm, Tumble Dry Low
          • Maggie's supports and manufactures organic clothing for decades. Founder Bena Burda was recognized as one of the 25 most influential people in the organic industry. The company was founded in 1992, so is one of the oldest organic apparel company in the US. The production is done in worker-owned co-operatives in North Carolina, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, India. In each case, Fair Trade conditions, human rights, and justice is being put at the same importance as sustainability and quality. It is well worth supporting.
          • Easy Returns All items (except underwear and socks) are returnable within 30 days, as long as they are unused and unwashed, no perfume or smoke (keep this in mind when trying on your clothes), with tags remaining.  Only the cost of merchandise, not the shipping fees are refunded.

            Mail items to: Natural Clothing Co, PO Box 69, Snohomish, WA 98291.

          • General Manufacturer's Sizing (body measurements not clothes)
               XS  S M L XL
             bust 32-34" 34 - 35" 36 - 38"  39 - 40"  41"-42"
             waist 24-25" 26-28"  29-30"  31-33"  34-36"
             hips 34-35" 36 - 37"  38 - 39"  40 - 41"  42-43"

            Who Made My clothes

            We carry products made in ethical sustainable way, a challenge in "dirty" textile industry. The question "Who Made My Clothes?" is an important one. 

            Your purchase supports the preservation of traditional craft, love of natural fibers and fair conditions. 

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