~Quite the Catch~
Brown Trout High-Rise Leggings
Swim freeling with Brown trout on all your adventures. All the right spots in all the right places. The brown trout is well known for their spotty look, in a good way! Do you love catching the brown (and well kind-of green)? Then these are the fish legging designs for you.
- The blue ombre high-rise yoga band features a silhouetted Brown trout on both front and back to match the design on the leg.
- These yoga leggings with a high, elastic waistband are the perfect choice for outdoor adventures, the mat, or simply a comfortable evening at home.
- Graphics are printed onto the garment fabric using eco-friendly steam press printing, so the design won't fade and you can feel good about your environmental impact!
- Each legging is hand-cut and sewn at time of order.
About the Yoga Leggings
- High-rise waistband doubles for tummy control and shaping.
- Butter soft-fabric is quick drying and non-see thru, we wish you could feel this fabric through the screen!
- Graphics are inspired by outdoor excisions and printed onto the garment fabric. Then, each legging is hand-cut and sewn in-house and shipped to its destination.
- Available in size XS-XL
- Imported fabric: 82% polyester/18% spandex
- Material has a four-way stretch, so fabric stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
- Made with a smooth and comfortable micro-fiber yarn
- Flat seam, cover stitching so no seams are bustin' out
- Triangle-shaped gusset crotch
- Yoga Waistband
- Comfortable, high-raised waistband
- Soft, 0.25" wide, clear elastic in waistband for extra comfort
- Hand-made on demand, please allow two weeks for the creation of these beautiful pieces + shipping time
- Designed in Montana but inspiration came from throughout the world
- Printed, cut, and hand-sewn in USA
Most models featured are wearing size M and are between 5'4" - 5'10"
BASED IN AN OFF-GRID CABIN IN MONTANA
For those on the hunt for trout. The intagram poll that drove the first Pure Venatic fish inspired collection by designer Yana Robertson. Since trout are not in my totem and they are not a fish I am constantly on the hunt for it was a stretch to find the design within me. I scoured books, read online blogs, seeked out help from friends and guides. I found that not only is fish sacred because it feeds us, but it's also symbolic of perseverance and divine feminine energy, roaming in the element of water. I wanted to create a design that was as true to nature's creation as I could possibly do. It took months. Almost a year in fact, but after a few hook-ups (the FISH kind!) and grand inspiration I'm stoked to finally ask you to take a swim with the Quite the Catch Collection.