Sustainable Fashion - Join the new shopping era! FREE UK DELIVERY

The Eva 7/8
The Eva 7/8
The Eva 7/8
The Eva 7/8
The Eva 7/8
The Eva 7/8

The Eva 7/8

Regular price
Sale price
Tax included.

The popular legging, the Eva, is now available in a shorter 7/8 leg length. They measure 63cm, so 4cm shorter than the full length Eva legging and perfect for those wanting a freer ankle. 

Perfect for anyone measuring 5’4 (164cm)

Made from a sustainable techno-fabric made with ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon from landfills and ocean waste around the world. 

The back hem in light pink is made using leftover factory fabric (Modal was used; a sustainably sourced and super soft fibre made from beech trees) and dyed in Evamoso's signature pink kick back. 

Evamoso has chosen Econyl specifically as it boasts excellent recovery power and muscular compression when exercising. This is aimed at decreasing the build up of lactic acid, which boosts quicker recovery of energy. Oh, it's also highly UV protective (UPF 50+).

Soft, breathable, high waisted leggings. Perfect for the gym. Perfect with an oversized white shirt and boots.

78% ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon
22% elastane

Size chart

UK 8 10 12 14
Europe 34 36 38 40
France 36 38 40 42

 Inside seam: 64cm 
If you're in between sizes, we recommend sizing up. If you're still unsure, feel free to ping us an email on and we'd be happy to help.

About the Brand
To put it simply, Evamoso wants to make sustainably sourced clothing the new norm. 
They believe you shouldn’t have to look hard to buy comfortable, stylish, everyday clothes, created with their footprint in mind. 
Evamoso clothing is designed for every side of you - not just working out. Simple, beautifully-fitting separates made from natural and recycled fabrics in wearable shades, they are created to work in harmony with every aspect of your life.
What makes Evamoso sustainable? The use of technical but tactile fabrics, such as recycled polyamide and moso bamboo yarns, throughout the entire collection. On top of that, Evamoso works with a manufacturer in Portugal who adheres to the labour standards as stated by the Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code. Oh, and did we mention that all of their packaging is made from recyclable materials?