Tamra 3/4 Length Bamboo Leggings Grape

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4.1 (117 reviews)

Colour: Grape

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Find your inner Yogi with our Tamra printed bamboo leggings. Made from a bamboo, cotton, and spandex blend to provide you with complete comfort and flexibility. You can take on whatever adventure your weekend holds.

  • Bamboo rich composition
  • Moisture absorbing technology
  • UV protection properties
  • Luxuriously soft feel

Bamboo fabric naturally has moisture-absorbing technology making these leggings perfect for more active days. The fabric also offers UV protection meaning these are a great choice for any sunshine adventures. Wear the weekend your way with our Tamra bamboo leggings. With the added benefit of bamboo being a fabric that is kinder to the planet, more sustainable, hypoallergenic, and naturally breathable. Plus it is super-soft, there are so many reasons to pick this fabric, it's the future!

67% Viscose from Bamboo, 27% Cotton, 6% Elastane

30° Machine Wash

Product code: 11527

4.1 (117 reviews)

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117 Reviews

This product has a rating of 4.1/5


Very comfortable to wear. Washes well.

17 November 2021


Loved the patterns and colours of these leggings and thought they would be great for yoga and other exercise classes. Colour/pattern lovely, but cut, design and fabric makes them unsuitable for any activity. I spent my yoga session continually hitching the Tamra Leggings up to avoid my Downward Dog baring all. The knit of the bamboo fabric is not very stretchy so there is so little “give” at the bum and the knee, there is no drawstring to anchor these leggings more firmly. And there is no gusset, just a simple + seam, meaning the crotch is constantly trying to head for your knees. Stand still and pose fetchingly, and they’re fine. But otherwise, they’re a pretty idea badly executed. Sorry.

14 November 2021