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Hanna Kick Flare Denim Regular Jeans | Black
Hanna-Kick-Flare-Recycled-Denim-Regular-Jeans-Black
Hanna-Kick-Flare-Recycled-Denim-Regular-Jeans-Black
Hanna Kick Flare Denim Regular Jeans | Black

Hanna Kick Flare Denim Regular Jeans

BCI Cotton Black

Regular price £120.00
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Please note: These jeans are available in both Regular and Tall lengths. We recommend opting for 'Tall' if you are 5'7" or above in height, if not we recommend selecting 'Regular'.

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Introducing the Hanna Kick Flare Jeans, made using BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) denim. Featuring a kick flare leg and functional pockets.

  • Product Details
  • Fit and Fabric
  • Sustainability

Size

  • Studio model is 5'10, a UK 8, wearing a size 27
  • Lifestyle model is 5'6, a UK 6/8, wearing a size 26

Highlights

  • Recycled denim
  • Mid-rise 
  • Kick flare
  • Slim fitting to the knee
  • Black denim wash
  • Full length
  • 2 leg lengths are available

92% Cotton 6% Elastomultiester and 2% Elastane

Made in Tunisia

Machine wash at 30°C

    Garment Measurements

    • Size 27: Inseam: 81cm, Waist: 72cm, Hip: 84cm
    • Size 28: Inseam: 81cm, Waist: 72cm, Hip: 88cm
    • Size 29: Inseam: 81cm, Waist: 74cm, Hip: 90cm
    • Size 30: Inseam: 81cm, Waist: 78cm, Hip: 94cm

    Washing Instructions

    • Machine wash 30 inside out and separately

    Arrived by boat

    Ethically made

    Sustainable packaging

    Why choose BCI ( Better Cotton Initiative) cotton?

    • Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is a non-profit organization promoting better practices across the whole of cotton production to ensure a secure future for the industry. Their approach to sustainable cotton production covers all three pillars of sustainability: environmental, social and economic.
    • BCI works with farmers to provide training on more sustainable agricultural practices. Cotton producers must meet the severn BCI requirements to become licensed to grow and sell their cotton as Better Cotton, these are crop protection, water stewardship, solid health, biodiversity, fibre quality, decent work and management system

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