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About Threads 4 Thought Pellonia Leggings (For Women)

Closeouts. Suitable for workouts, but cute enough to style up with a sweater dress or tunic, these Threads 4 Though Pellonia leggings take a stretchy-silky performance fabric and add semi-sheer panels at the bottoms with wavy, rich-hued print.


Specs about Threads 4 Thought Pellonia Leggings (For Women)

  • Inseam: 26-1/2" (based on size medium)
  • Leg opening: 8"
  • Fabric: 88% recycled polyester, 12% spandex (body), 95% recycled polyester, 5% spandex (contrast), 93% recycled polyester, 7% spandex (mesh)
  • Care: Machine wash, dry flat
  • Made in China
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4.500000 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 2 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by HB shopper from California on Wednesday, February 28, 2018
The price on these was so low, but the quality was so high. Nice style and great stretch.
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About Threads 4 Thought

Threads 4 Thought started in 2007 with two individuals who were passionate about making a difference. Beginning with just a handful of graphic T-shirts, Threads 4 Thought quickly grew into a unique brand with a global message: to use clothing as a medium for change. Aside from using sustainable resources whenever possible, every Threads 4 Thought hoodie, sweater, skirt, dress and pair of pants is made in a factory that provides workers with a clean, safe working environment and fair pay. Threads 4 Thought also partners with several charity organizations, including the International Rescue Committee and the Natural Resources Defense Council.