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Horny Toad
Ribbed Leap Legging (Women's)

In Stock  Product Number: 38151

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The leap from a good day to a great one is easy when the leggings you're wearing are quietly elegant and p.j. cozy. Made from soft, eco friendly Modal, resilient poly and stretchy spandex, our Ribbed Leap Leggings have an extra comfy, wide waistband, making them a streamlined companion to your favorite skirt or dress.

Features

  • Covered elastic waistband
  • Gusseted crotch
  • Narrow flatlock stitching throughout
  • Fitted leg
  • Inseam: size XS: 30˝;S-M: 31˝; L-XL: 32˝

Gender: Women's
Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Material: 72% Modal/20% Polyester/8% Spandex
Dimensions: 24 inches
Technologies: [Daydream]
Daydream
Season: F14
Vendor ProductId: H1451300
Review ProductId: 38151

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    What makes these leggings so much more expensive? Is the material anything other than cotton? I am seriously wandering about the pricing ; whether it's the name brand itself or, if these are better to wear when hiking and camping versus a high quality pair of thermal leggings or just purchasing leggings with Caplene or Merano material? The later seems about the same price and higher quality material than cotton
    Asked on 1/19/2014 by Lala from Tennessee

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      The material for these is: 72% Modal/20% Polyester/8% Spandex. Modal is a natural, ecologically-friendly fiber made from the cellulose of beech trees. That said, the Leap Leggings are meant more for casual wear than technical; Modal is water-absorbent like cotton, and if you're looking for warm base layers for camping use I agree that Patagonia Capilene or Merino wool from Icebreaker or Smartwool is going to be a better option.

      Answered on 1/22/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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