By Tentree

Treefleece Bamone Sweatpants

Treefleece Bamone Sweatpants

bcorp cert
organic cotton
SA8000 cert


model is: uk 8

model wears: size S


These sweatpants are made from a supreme blend of sustainable fibres. So going from lounge to lunch, you can look great whilst doing your part for the planet. These sweatpants feature all you'd expect from your favourite sweatpants; draw chord waistband, side pockets, rib cuffs at the ankles, and a flattering slim leg fit.

Made from 55% Organic Cotton, 26% Recycled Polyester and 19% TENCEL Lyocell

Care guide

Wash cold, hang dry

Size guide

Women's bottoms
Size Waist Hip
XS 23.5"-25.5" 33.5"-35.5"
S 25.5"-27.5" 35.5"-37.5"
M 28"-30" 38"-40"
L 30.5"-32.5" 40.5"-42.5"
XL 33"-35" 43"-45"


FREE delivery on orders over £50
Standard UK Delivery - 3-5 working days | £2.99
Express UK Delivery - 1-2 days | £5.99
Delivery to Rest of World - 7-10 working days | £35
*Please note Import duties and taxes may apply for International deliveries.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Charlotte Kate Walker
Really Happy!!!!

I love it !! beautiful product !!!!!


Very comfortable and high-quality, pockets are a bonus! My only gripe is that they are quite short on me (I'm 5'9")


Earth-first apparel.

Tentree create aspirational outside products. For those who identify with the outdoors, but are not defined by them.

Tentree is rooted in the belief that they have a responsibility to protect and preserve the world we live in. Buy one, and they'll plant ten. Let's branch out to nature, ten trees at a time.

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As environmentalists their mission is to guide you on your journey and empower you to do your best when it comes to the environment. You don't have to be a hardcore environmentalist to make a difference. It's the little things, like riding your bike to work, bringing your own grocery bag, and buying an item that plants ten trees - they all add up. Especially when millions of other people start doing them too.