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WINTER HOURS

SUN By Appt

MON By Appt

TUE 11-4

WED 11-4

THUR 11-5

FRI 11-4

SAT 11-4

or by appointment outside open hours.

*masks required while in the store*

Directions

201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

WINTER HOURS

SUN By Appt

MON By Appt

TUE 11-4

WED 11-4

THUR 11-5

FRI 11-4

SAT 11-4

or by appointment outside open hours.

*masks required while in the store*

Wol Hide

Easy Shorts | Black

$ 106.00
Size

Elastic waist loose sweatshorts with inside and outside leg gusset and pockets. Made in a soft, lightweight French Terry fabric, same as the Easy Summer Sweatshirt & Big Summer Sweatshirt.

For our Easy styles, the cotton we use is always organically grown in Texas. It's processed at a facility in North Carolina who uses low impact dyes and plant based alternatives to harsh chemicals in washing and scouring. The processing facility also reuses and treats waste water. The pieces are sewn close to our studio in Pennsylvania at a small family run factory that we've been working with for years.

  
100% Organic Cotton French Terry

Made in USA

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Measurements taken with garment laying flat. 
*Please note that the waist on the Black & Fir color is coming in a little bit smaller than the measurements, we recommend sizing up in these colors if you're in between sizes*

Small measures 
12” waist relaxed
22.5" hip
16.25" rise
4.5" inseam
15.5" outseam from waistband

Medium measures
13" waist relaxed
23.5" hip
17.25" rise
5" inseam
16.5" outseam from waistband

Large measures
14" waist relaxed
24.5" hip
18.25" rise
5.5" inseam
17.5" outseam from waistband

XLarge measures
15" waist relaxed
25.5" hip
19.25" rise
6" inseam
18.5" outseam from waistband

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Wol Hide creates easy wear for living in. Each piece is created with quality production focused on the craft of knitting, subtle details and textural elements. We use natural, organic and deadstock materials as much as possible with minimal dyeing or chemical processing, choosing fibers for how they wear on us and on the environment.

Started and run in Philadelphia by Leah D'Ambrosio who designs with a holistic approach. There is a thoughtful process behind each piece for how it will affect the environment, how it will interact with the wearer and how to make it garment that you want to keep forever.