Women's Marbled Jogger

Absorbent, lightweight and moisture-wicking, made with super comfortable French Terry fabric, 100% Organic Cotton

€75,00

€130 for Jumper and Jogger pair

Free shipping to anywhere in Republic of Ireland for orders over €100.

Garment Fitting
  • Fitted
  • Medium
  • Oversized
Garment Weight

300 gsm

  • Light
  • Medium
  • Heavy

Model Sizes

Female Model usually size 8, 5’8, wearing size Small

Description

Absorbent, lightweight and moisture-wicking, our Marbled Jogger is perfect for a walk, run or coffee. Made with super comfortable French Terry cotton the fabric is wrinkle resistant.

The Marbled Jogger is made sustainably with 100% of the highest quality Organic Cotton (GOTS Certified), it is Vegan certified by Peta and our factories are FairWear certified protecting workers rights. Each item is made with its own unique dye pattern.

Specifications

- Comfortable French Terry Cotton

- 300gsm

- 1 back pocket

- 1x1 rib waistband

- Round drawcords in matching body colour with metal tipping

- Metal eyelets

- Pocket lining in single jersey

- Patch pocket at back

- 1x1 rib at bottom leg hem

- Garment dyed product, each garment may vary in appearance, colour may bleed, follow our care label

- 100% Organic Cotton

- GOTs Certified

- Wash and dry separately, colours bleeds, do not iron on print, wash and iron inside out.

- Wash 30⁰. No Tumble Dry

Every Day Fabric

The Marbled Jogger is made using French Terry fabric, featuring loops and soft piles of yarn on the inside, and a smooth, soft, stylish finish on the outside. The result is a jumper that’s absorbent, lightweight, moisture-wicking and does not wrinkle easily, making it super comfortable to wear any day of the year.

Wear What You Believe

We’re on a mission to spread a message of equality through what we wear. We chose the equal sign as our logo to act as a subtle unifying symbol for Racial, LGBT, Gender and Opportunity equality. We also donate €3 from every jumper sold to LGBT Ireland, Sports Against Racism Ireland and The Irish Youth foundation to support their work tackling inequality.