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Pact Organic Cotton Go-To Leggings Review – Making Organic Affordable

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Organic cotton fabric…what a controversial topic! I have previously written an article regarding conventional cotton vs. organic cotton here. Cotton overall seems like the most “natural” type of fabric, but in reality it can be one of the most polluting. It can all depend on how the cotton is grown, where it’s grown, working conditions, how the yarn is made, and other factors. Pact, one of the most trending organic cotton brands at the moment, is trying to be different and lead the way for other companies to be more transparent and sustainable. Check out my artice below regarding Pact’s sustainability practices, and review regarding one of their best-seller leggings.

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About Pact Organic Cotton Brand

Pact’s CEO is Brendan Synnott, who used to be the previous co-founder of the organic “Bear Naked Granola”, so he already has a vision of changing our Earth for the better since many years ago. Every clothing they make are made with organic cotton. They believe in changing people’s perception that organic is too expensive, so they make their organic clothing affordable. The Cotton is grown in Hyderabad, and their factory is based in Kolkata, India (just FYI, a little more than 70% or organic cotton is grown in India).

Pact offers clothing for the whole family, whether its for women, men, kids, or even babies. They also have a selection of bedding & towels made with organic cotton.

They pride themselves in being an organic brand by making sure that the process is sustainable from the beginning until the end. Their cotton is certified organic, while also making sure that it is grown with minimal usage of water as possible. In fact, they did a study comparing their organic cotton to conventional cotton, and their organic cotton releases 38% less green house gases, uses 82% less water when growing cotton, and uses 89% less energy! Their organic cotton definitely wins compared to conventional cotton for being good for the planet. As well, they use non-toxic dyes to dye their cotton. When it is time to ship their clothing, they use a shipping package that is made out of biodegradable materials, which has enzymes that will “eat” the plastic without releasing any micro plastics into the ocean.

How Are They Different?

If you check out their website, Brendan Synnott makes a really good point in his video when he explains about their vision. He mentions, how come do these big brands advertise on those billboards in NY city and pay millions to famous artists for advertisement, yet the people who are actually making the actual product are making pennies? In his company, he changes that by making sure their workers have great working conditions and are paid fairly.

Pact has the following certifications:Fair Trade Certified Factory

  • GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)not only does this certificate ensure that the cotton is organic, it focuses on the whole supply chain from when the cotton was growing until the labeling of the product. This is one of the strictest certifications for organic fabric out there.
  • Fair Trade USA Factory CertifiedFair Trade Certification ensure that factory workers are working under fair conditions, production methods are sustainable, and that their is a growth in the community in order to eliminate poverty.

They also have a clothing donation program called “Give Back, Wear Forward”. They are partnered with Give Back Box, in which you can give any of your used clothes, shoes, or accessories (in good condition) in Pact’s eco friendly packaging or any other packaging, and they will send your donations to one of five local charities in which they are partnered with. This program is available for all customers that are based in the U.S.

Pact Organic Cotton Go-To Leggings Features

Pact has a few different types of leggings, in which they are: Go-To Crop Leggings, Go-To Leggings, Pocket Legging, and Sculpt Leggings. In this review, I will focus on the “Go-To Leggings”, as they are one of the best-sellers.

Product: Pact – Go-To LeggingPact Organic Cotton Go-To Legging

Where to Buy: Pact

Colors Available: Black, Pacific Heather, Charcoal Heather, Camo, Safari, Pinstripe Pines, Scarlet, Navy Heather, Dark Navy

Price: USD$35

Available Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL

My Rating: 9/10

These leggings are famous for its softness and due to the fabric being super breathable. They also really accentuate our shapes, as these leggings have a lot of compression. They are full length and mid rise, which hits just below the belly button. If you want a more “relaxed” fit, you should order one size up. The Go-To leggings are made out of 89% organic cotton & 11% elastane.

You can use these flattering leggings for yoga, hiking, Pilates, and going out to your local grocery store. They are thick, not too hot, but may be more appropriate for cooler weather.

When washing these leggings, please wash them in cold water, and tumble dry low.

Affordable, Comfortable, Sexy

Not only are these leggings mega affordable, comfortable and sexy (many compliments around the booty area), but they are also sustainable. Just to give you an idea, these leggings save 33.3 gallons of water compared to a “conventional cotton” legging. Just be aware that these leggings may feel quite tight at first, but as it is made out of cotton, it will loosen a little after wearing it a few times.

For those with longer torso, do watch out that these are not high waist, so you may want to consider if these are for you. Also, if you may be of a shorter height like me, the leggings may be a bit too long (this is a problem I have with many brands…sigh), so a lot of people try to solve this by themselves by tucking it in, or by purchasing the Go-To Crop Leggings. On rare occasions, there have been some quality issues, but overall if you have any questions regarding the sizing or have any quality problems, get in touch with their customer service as they are really helpful.

There are many positive reviews regarding how the leggings never slide down even being mid-rise (as some other brands of leggings sometimes has this problem). Overall, Pact customers do love these Go-To Leggings as they can be worn to pretty much do anything (except hot yoga!), and they even tend to buy more than one pair after trying one out.

If you are looking for affordable, sustainable and comfortable leggings that are squat proof, you should definitely Check Out All New Women’s Go-To and Pocket Leggings At Today!

The Bottom Line

Pact is a legit company trying their best to be as eco friendly as possible. Although cotton has a bad reputation overall for not being sustainable, there are companies that manage to get it right from the beginning by growing organic cotton. As I have mentioned in several of my articles, it’s always important to be aware of how a brand is being sustainable, by taking a look at the way the crop is grown, production of the fabric, fair wages and safety for farmers and workers, and even the packaging material. Organic cotton can be an alternative to conventional cotton, but as well you may consider other eco friendly fabrics such as organic bamboo fabric and recycled plastic fabric.



Have you tried organic cotton fabric before? If so, what is your favorite brand?

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  1. Hello Fernanda,
    Thanks for this article.
    I do yoga and funny enough, I was looking around for some yoga pants and found your review.
    I have never heard of the Pact company or their products before now. Interesting concept though and through. We need more companies ‘going green’ and more people simply caring for Mother Earth.
    Definitely loving this part – ‘They also have a clothing donation program called “Give Back, Wear Forward”. They are partnered with Give Back Box, in which you can give any of your used clothes, shoes, or accessories (in good condition)..’ I am so humbled by this great act of kindness. Absolutely will support this company.
    Thanks again, and pardon me as I go shopping! 🙂

    1. Hi Michelle,

      Thanks for stopping by! I do agree, we definitely need more companies going green… I believe that it will be the future for all companies. Happy shopping!

  2. Katie says:

    Hi Fernanda, thank you for this article, I was looking for organic cotton leggings and I happened here. Super Nice surprise! 

    I didn’t know Pact, but I find it fascinating that this company has sustainable and transparent practices. There are too few truly green companies, in fact and not just in name.

    I’m going to take a look at their site right away. 

    Thanks again!

    1. admin says:

      Hi Katie,

      That is so true, too few green companies. Many companies throw around the word “organic” and “eco-friendly”, but in reality they are not really transparent about their practices. Pact is definitely different!

  3. Hi Fernanda, wow i never heard of this brand, they seem to be really ethical, sustainable, and at the same time affordable! I like the red color leggings. By the way, do they ship to anywhere in the world?

    1. Hi Julia, the red leggings are definitely flattering! At this point in time, they are only shipping within the U.S. and Canada.

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