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  • Child's Track Pants - 100% Organic French Terry Merino - Rusty Rose (3-10y) *Limited Edition

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    *New Limited Edition Kids Pants in Engel's softest organic Terry Merino and in sizes up to 10 years!*

    Super comfy kids tracksuit style pants in soft organic wool terry. With an elastic waist and soft merino cuffs at the ankle. These track pants are made from Engel's super-soft 100% organic French terry merino fabric. French Terry is a fabric with airy loops on the outer side of the fabric only. This fabric has amazing insulating properties which keeps you warm but is breathable so maintains a balanced temperature. Your child will live in these.

    Sizes (generous!): 104cm 3-4 years, 116 N/A, 128cm 7-8 years, 140cm 9-10y+


    • 104 - length: 
    • 128 - length:
    • 140 - length: 80cm

    Colour: Rusty Rose
    Brand: Engel
    Designed in: Germany
    Origin of fibre: Argentina
    Country of manufacture: Germany
    Certifications: GOTS certified
    Fabric structure: 100% organic merino virgin wool
    Dyes: Free from heavy metals and harmful AZO-dyes
    Biodegradable: Yes
    Machine Washable: Yes (see our guide to washing wool)

    Care: Air to clean/freshen up or hang in a steamy shower. Wash merino wool garments only when necessary. We recommend a handwash in lukewarm water with any of our gentle wool shampoos - see Wool Care. Press moisture in a towel, reshape and dry flat in shade.

    Note on using machine wash: Wool washing programmes of washing machines vary massively, therefore we can not grant warranty for any damages. With regards to using your wool washing machine cycle always use cold. If you choose to wash at 30 degrees the machine will still rinse with cold water and this shock to the fibres can cause the wool to shrink.