Organic Capris by Klarens

$ 49.99

These capris featuring original Acidmath artwork are  hand-printed and sewn in the USA. We searched far and wide for a fabric for our capris that will leave a lasting impression. The fabric we found is the perfect balance of softness, strength and stretch. It perfectly conforms to the body, wrapping you in a sleeve of pure softness and its strength means it will never shrink or fade. As always wash cold, and air/hang to dry.

Note: We have matching bandeau tops for each pair of capris :)

Fabric: We use a fabric from ECLAT USA in California made with 89% Polyester and 11% Spandex to create these capris. This midweight 7.7 ounce polyester and spandex is nicknamed the “super soft” by our staff. When we sampled this fabric, we knew we’d found the perfect fabric for our women’s wear. Perfect comfort for any occasion.

Imaging: We use Italian-made sublimation dyes to permanently place the graphics onto the fabric. This process involves bonding individual dye molecules to the fiber molecules. This provides an incredibly high-detail, vibrant image.

Construction: These capris ares sewn with a high-end extruded polyester thread made in Germany that is soft to the touch and stretches with the garment. The inseams are perfectly soft against the skin. The waistband is a soft, stretchy elastic knit that is 1.5” wide for a comfortable fit against the hips. Ankle openings are coverstitched for a finished look. Our stretchy thread makes it easy to get over the ankle.

What Your Purchase Supports: Each Acid Math garment is constructed in the USA by members of our community. We come from all walks of life, but our dedication to exploration, openness, art, and producing quality wearable art by hand unite us. Each purchase keeps use hard at work doing what we love. Every artist collects a percentage of the proceeds from the sale of their designs, keeping them hard at work doing what they love.

*Note the sizing for the carpi is the same as the leggings with the exception of a shorter inseam and a calf opening instead of an ankle opening