Our Iron Fit leggings are designed with male bodies in mind, featuring a 0.75 inch elastic for a slide-resistant fit at the waist, side seams for better comfort in the groin, and proportionally roomier thighs for dem quads.
Our Sackville leggings are based on the field garniture of Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset. A beautiful armor currently part of The Wallace Collection, it bears significant resemblance to the armor of Sir James Scudamore but for its blued steel: both armors were crafted in the Greenwich Royal Armories under the supervision of master armorer Jacob Halder.
Thomas Sackville himself was a man of somewhat questionable politics: he was a great advocate of "sumptuary laws," which is to say laws that only permitted fancy people to wear fancy things (for example, he dictated that only soldiers holding the rank of colonel or above should be permitted to wear silk and velvet). I get a special kick out of adapting his armor for all of us plebeians.
Our model is 6'1 and wearing a size M.
• 85% Recycled Polyester, 15% Spandex
• UPF 50+ sun protection
• Made in the USA
Our leggings are created with performance fibers derived from post-consumer plastics. Compared to making "virgin" polyester, these recycled yarns offset using new petroleum, emitting fewer greenhouse gases and conserving water and energy in the process.