Did you know that hemp requires little to no irrigation and zero artificial inputs? This adaptable plant is a sustainability hero and has come a long way since its itchy entrée into the world of 1970s fashion. Paired with recycled polyester, which is a fiber with its own index of sustainable achievements, the Temple Short will provide you with a slightly stretchy, uber breathable, soft-as-all-get-out pair of shorts that you won't want to take off all summer. A fixed rolled hem and tab detail enhance the subtle stitching and twill tape detailing all over the short. Enjoy the convenience of real pockets in the front and back. Think it can't get any better? Guess again. This product was ethically produced at a Fair Trade Certified™ factory.
- 53% hemp, 44% recycled polyester, 3% spandex woven
- 7.5" inseam
- Fixed rolled hem and hem tabs
- Twill tape details
- Vertical seam details on legs
- Flapped back pockets with snap closure
- Sustainable product
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low, warm iron if needed
- Designed in the USA
- Made in a Fair Trade Certified™ Factory in India
Fair Trade Certified™
More than just fair treatment and wages, Fair Trade Certified™ empowers female garment workers who otherwise would be stuck in situations where they are unable to free themselves from poverty, provide for their families, gain independence, or obtain an education for their children.
Recycled polyester saves clear plastic water bottles from cluttering landfills and oceans as well as significantly reduces petroleum dependency compared to conventional polyester.
Quick growing and requiring minimal inputs, hemp has been a favored fabric since 8000 BC. It requires little to no irrigation, naturally resists pests and weeds, and returns up to 70% of nutrients back to the soil.