Embrace everyday comfort with the cozy, luxurious Jude Alpaca Pants.
Knitted with 100% baby alpaca yarn and a beautiful double face stitch, these cozy pants feature functional pockets and an elastic waistband for all-day comfort and unrestricted movement.
So soft and warm - you might not ever want to get out of them!
Fabric - 100% Baby Alpaca
*** Dry Clean for best results ***
Made in Lima, Peru
Size Guide - flat measurements
XS/S - Waist 12.5" / Rise 9" / Hip 20.75" / Inseam 26"
S/M - Waist 13.5" / Rise 10" / Hip 21.75" / Inseam 26.25"
M/L - Waist 14.25" / Rise 10.5" / Hip 22.75" / Inseam 26.75"
L/XL - Waist 15.75" / Rise 11" / Hip 24" / Inseam 27.25"
Why does Zinnia love Bare Knitwear?
In 2012 the first Bare Knitwear collection was created from a small studio on the West Coast of Canada. As the brand expanded the search began for honest, small-scale production, sustainable fibers and artisan craftsmanship. This led to the exploration of the rugged landscapes of the Peruvian Andes, known for their high quality fibers and talented artisans.
After weeks spent working with local producers in remote regions, the production finally found its home in Ayacucho, a tiny Peruvian town tucked in the south central Andes.
Today, each Bare Knitwear garment is still brought to life by hand through a collaborative development process merging the ancient heritage of Peruvian techniques with modern design. The brand continues to work with small producers throughout Peru for the sourcing of their signature alpaca, wool and Pima cotton collections.
The proudest achievement of all is the personal relationships the brand has forged with their partners who employ and empower local Peruvian artisans. Over time Bare has witnessed the difference quality employment can bring to a community, providing sustainable employment for local artisans and the opportunity for them to have true autonomy over their future.
The wool used by Bare Knitwear has a free of mulesing certification and their suppliers hold the RAS (Responsible Alpaca Standard) and RWS (Responsible Wool Standard) certificate.
Where possible, they choose to work with un-dyed, natural materials. When dyes are used they use low-impact, OEKO-TEX certified dyes that are heavy metal and azo-free, ensuring consumer and environmental safety.