(note photos are of full length, currently only capri available)
- OKEO TEX 100 sustainable 66% bamboo, 28% cotton, 6% spandex - mid weight terry, great for fall, spring, winter and summer nights. Not suggested for intense work outs or hot yoga. Lots of happy yogi's use these leggings. - Wear with whatever you want. Great coverage. Ultra comfy and soft. - Comfortable doubled high waist band with thin flat elastic sewn in top of waistband. - Fabric colour shown is black - No Print - 100% Ethically made start to finish by Sea of Wolves staff in Nelson, BC.
Sea of wolves is the creative project of husband and wife team Catherine Gaudreault and Nathan Stewart. Catherine has been a clothing designer for a third of her life. Her approach to fashion is to be thoughtful of lifestyle and design and take inspiration from the natural world. Nathan pulls from his fine arts background to create the graphics for the line. His original artwork is a reflection of his love of nature and deep respect of the environment (www.nathanstewart.ca). With their combined talents and entrepreneurial spirit they created Sea of Wolves Design an ethically produced, Canadian made, artistic and wearable market ready line of garments produced in the beautiful, mountainous town of Nelson, British Columbia.
Sea of wolves is committed to using ethical business practices and producing clothing locally, providing job opportunities, keeping their price point affordable and avoiding unnecessary global shipping. It is with a passionate spirit that they stay true to their vision of producing garments that are made from start to finish in their own studio where they design, pattern, cut, sew and print everything. With an amazing staff they have been able to realize their vision and grow a successful line of high quality and stylish clothing. In 2013 they expanded their studio and opened a showroom where the public is welcome to see the design process and their clothing being made.
When Catherine and Nathan aren’t working in the studio the are spending time with their children, hunting & fishing, gardening, preserving food and enjoying the inspiring landscape of the Kootenays.