Prakash's Perfect Sweatpants

₡ 65.900,00

Featuring deep pockets, a cotton drawcord, and an elastic cuff that's loose enough to give them a straight leg hang, but tight enough so that you can pull them up and they'll stay put.

Practical and thoughtful in design with no outer side seam, which Prakash felt gave them a cleaner look. He also believes, “Grey is the only color that sweatpants should come in.”

This fleece is made entirely from cotton manufacturing waste and it’s the first and only of its kind on planet Earth.

100% Recycled Cotton. 100% Made in USA. 100% Enjoyable. 96% Biodegradable (everything but the elastic!).

-100% Recycled Cotton fleece (the first of its kind!)
-Made from remnants of North American grown cotton waste, collected at the yarn source
-Responsibly manufactured from fabric to finish in South Los Angeles
-Garment dyed after it’s sewn
-Preshrunk and ready to wear
-Available for wholesale, email to get started

Prakash Gokalchand is a spiritualist and chess enthusiast that EVERYBODY.WORLD met in MacArthur Park. Every day, he would sit near the lake playing his preferred centuries-old mind sport with classic, unassuming style.

Like all EVERYBODY.WORLD contributors, Prakash receives 10% of the sales of his designs.

-Machine wash cold with like colors
-Do not bleach
-Tumble dry medium, inside out
-Avoid drying in the sun as garment dye is sensitive to UV light and can fade with prolonged exposure

-Measurements are approximate and may deviate 1'' due to variances in the garment dye process
WAIST (at relaxed and stretched)26"-38"28"-40"29"-42"30"-44"32"-46"34"-48"

-This item is final sale and cannot be returned
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Prakash is a spiritualist and chess enthusiast who we met a few years back in MacArthur Park. Everyday, he would sit in the park playing that centuries-old mind sport with classic, unassuming style.
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With more than 60 years experience in exploring the depths of spirituality, Prakash believes that all the birds and trees and people and stars are all the same—and we need to find harmony.
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Prakash designed his preferred Button-Up Shirt and Sweatpants, both of which he had very specific ideas about.

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He was intentional about the buttons and the way the shirt would gently curve at the bottom, and made sure the sleeves were able to roll easily.

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And required a front patch pocket that was at least four fingers wide.

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His newest design is a Half-Zip Pullover that's ideal for layering.

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