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Tiger Striped Pajama Leggings

Tiger Striped Pajama Leggings

Cut & sewn by hand just for you upon your order.

Regular price $66
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Tiger stripes are similar to human fingerprints, with no two tigers having the exact same stripes. Our unique striped pattern is created with a special dry brush technique, hinting at the authentic texture of the tiger’s lovely fur.

Our made to order Pajama Leggings fit like a second skin for extra warmth. Perfect for curling up in bed, or for just lounging around the house. Our legging fabric is composed of moisture wicking microfiber yarn, and features four-way stretch technology to give you a perfect fit without ever feeling too tight.


Made to order in our North American studios.

How Does It Fit ?

Our Pajama Leggings run true to size for a snug, second skin fit. Size up for a looser fit if desired. The 1.5” waistband fits at your natural waistline, and the legs are ankle length.

US Dress Size
XS 0-2 25
4 26.5 27.5
6-8 28.5 28
10-12 31.5 28.25
14-16 34.5 28.75
All measurements in inches.


Our luxurious peach skin material is moisture wicking and lighter than traditional fabrics. Our 4-way stretch technology gives you extra freedom of movement with both crosswise and lengthwise grains. Composed of durable microfiber yarn made from 82% polyester and 18% spandex. Color is dyed with CPSIA certified inks.

Care Instructions

We recommend hand washing and line dry. Do not dry clean. Do not iron. Do not bleach.

Shipping & Returns

Your Pajama Leggings will be artisan made just for you and delivered for FREE in about two weeks.

We offer a 30 Day Return Policy. Restrictions apply.

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A Growing Challenge

In addition to the loss of their natural habitat and illegal hunting, Tiger populations struggle to grow due to their slow reproduction rate. Females typically bare only one or two cubs every two years. And juvenile mortality is high, with about half of all cubs not surviving more than two years. Tigers are the most endangered of the big cats, with only about 4,000 remaining in nature–down from 100,000 only a hundred years ago.