Wild leggings for wild humans
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About us

We love Nature and everything wild. We aim to create clothing that expresses who we are and allows us to play out our earthly adventures with comfort, ease, and bold confidence. We want our  leggings to encourage movement and freedom. Our designs celebrate the vivid art of Mother Nature and the talented human artists who are inspired by the natural world.  

Our leggings are ethically made in Canada, sweatshop free, because that is important to us! They are printed using solvent free sublimation inks. Our leggings fabric has even been certified by an independent lab as containing no harmful toxins. 


Allison is a lover and a dreamer, an idea factory trying to gracefully keep up with whatever current inspiration comes tugging at her heart. She’s cunning and crafty, a conjurer of art forms made from cloth, chords, or cocoa. She’s a bit of a magpie for objects that sparkle. Rebel soul, burgeoning badass. She tracks her life by the sun, moon and stars. Spends her alone time reading romance and reference, singing to her dog, sharpening her wit, and laughing at her own jokes.

Current favourite quote: "I have to be rent and pulled apart and live according to the demons and the imagination in me. I'm restless. Things are calling me away. My hair is being pulled by the stars again" -- Anais Nin


Alissa Wild

Alissa is a wild woman introvert who loves wandering through the magick forest trails of her local woodlands seeking birdsong and keepsakes. She's a social media maven, eco-feminist, and feels an ardent connection to those feathered, finned, and furred. She relishes regular time in solitude to nourish spirit and feels most at home in the rivers and forests of Coast Salish territories on Vancouver Island. She shares her rural riverside cabin with her two companions- her furry husky Brite, and her wildman partner, Kevin.

Favourite wild quote:

“To be alive in this beautiful, self-organizing universe -- to participate in the dance of life with senses to perceive it, lungs that breathe it, organs that draw nourishment from it -- is a wonder beyond words.” ― Joanna Macy