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Super comfortable and looks great too. These light weight pants are perfect for lounging in, working out in, doing errands... you'll put them on and not want to take them off! Wide leg pant hand screen printed with black owl design printed on the upper thigh of one leg of the pants. Original design created from our own photograph of a vintage owl pin. So soft!

Pants part of Alternative Earth collection, made from a blend if organic cotton, recycled polyester and naturally occurring rayon. Featuring wide waistband, held up by a drawstring that has been constructed from garment material. Exposed cover stitching at yoke seam and leg hems.

38% cotton, 50% polyester, 12% rayon
Color: Eco- Grey (contact me for other color options)
Available Sizes: S,M,L,XL
please specify size upon check out

• Inseam measurements: S 32.25", M 32.75", L 33.25", XL 34.25"
See size chart to the right for a proper fit

**please allow 5 business days for item to ship, as this is a custom order, Thanks!**

Care Instructions:
machine wash cold, inside out
tumble dry low or hang to dry

This item is hang screen printed, so please allow for some variation in the print

Owl Women's Eco Grey Screen Printed Pant- Owl Pant- Sweatpants- Yoga- Drawstring Pant- Bird Pant

$30.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ink, cotton, pants, screen, screen print, original illustration, owl, organic cotton, printed, squeegie, bird, animal
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
  • Feedback: 2273 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2476 people