Soft, stretchy, and with a relaxed fit, these relaxed pants are perfect for the most comfortable nights sleep…
Bamboo Bliss fabric is so soft and comfortable it's only natural you will want to wear it to bed. The silky soft fabric drapes beautifully around your body without restriction and is breathable so will help you to regulate your temperature through the night.
Bamboo Bliss sleepwear consists of mix and match pieces. Everyone has different preferences when they sleep so choose the combination that suits you best. These classic designs are also stylish enough to wear outside the bedroom as lounge wear.
- Draw string waist
- Relaxed fit
- Full length - inside leg length approx 71cm / 28 inches on size M
- Bamboo Bliss Sleepwear is a generous, roomy fit. If in doubt, go down a size.
- Matching PJ Tops available
- Soft Grey: 93% Bamboo Viscose, 7% spandex
- Grey Cream Stripe: 70% Bamboo Viscose, 25% Organic Cotton, 5% spandex
Please follow those attached to the garment. Machine, or hand wash in cold or lukewarm water. Do not bleach. Line dry.
About Bamboo Viscose
Bamboo Viscose is spun from the cellulose of bamboo plants grown without chemicals or pesticides. It has many special qualities and provides versatile style and comfort for any season.
Super Soft, Wrinkle Resistant & Easy Care
The smooth, round structure of the fibre means that Bamboo Viscose is soft and non-irritating, even to sensitive skin. Its natural elasticity provides a high level of wrinkle resistance. Machine washable.
Cool in Summer & Warm in Winter
A cross-section of the bamboo cellulose fibre shows many micro-gaps and micro-holes making Bamboo Viscose highly absorbent and breathable. In the hot summer months it'll keep you feeling cool and comfortable. In colder conditions it provides insulation, retaining body warmth by trapping pockets of warm air against your skin.
Easier on the Environment
Bamboo needs no pesticides, fertilisers or other chemicals to grow. It grows fast, and due to its extensive root network, requires no replanting. Its dense growth resists soil erosion and actually improves soil quality. It absorbs 35% more carbon dioxide than an equivalent stand of trees and releases more oxygen.