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High Waisted Underwear that is comfortable under your favorite pair of high-rise jeans. Designed to have you feeling secure and supported in all the right places with more cheek coverage than our Bikini, yet still cheeky to keep you feeling sexy.
- 53% Hemp / 44% Organic Cotton / 3% spandex
- Soft flexible waistband
- Naturally Comfortable
- Model is also wearing: Racerback Bralette
Delivery time: 2 - 5 business days within US.
I am currently on an underwear exploration after having two babies and a body that is very different than it used to be. So far I have tried Wama, knickey, pansy, arq, and Hara. Wama is so far my favorite. The high rise is right across/at the belly button. The leg opening isn't huge, more hugging like a boyshort. There is a little reveal at the bottom of the butt also like a boyshort. The seams are not invisible but they are much smoother than some of the other eco brands. The fabric is thin and the feel is corse, but there is a lot of sex appeal with the underwear. I wore these while working on my farm and I felt comfortable and sexy in them all day! I strongly recommend!
I found them mostly comfy but the leg openings are too high and as I walk around they tend to bunch up.
Bought for the hemp content as a sustainable option, but was skeptical of the only elastic being in the waist band, with normal seams around the leg holes. Turned out to be perfectly comfortable, great job Wama!
I’m very picky about my underwear, and these are my favorite so far. The seams are thin, so you can’t feel them, the material is nice, so you can forget that you have underwear on, and they do truly seem to be breathable and moisture wicking (a big bonus for upcoming hot summer days). I definitely plan to buy more. Since they are on the more expensive side, I hope they last for a LONG time.
Super comfy, breathable, and soft. Fits to size based off the sizing chart. I love the high waisted fit. Would definitely order more!
I was looking for natural, breathable, and comfortable underwear. WAMA covered all three and I must add are so soft on the skin. I will be purchasing again for sure!
Impressed how comfortable it felt…now looking forward to its sustainability and wear over time. Confident it will live up to others’ amazing, rave reviews. Yay! Finally found you…watch for future visits & purchases… Mahalo
Breathable, comfortable and wash well. Best everyday underwear I’ve ever owned! I love them.
I was contacted by the WAMA company to ask if GoingTrueGreen.com (https://www.goingtruegreen.com) would be interested in trying some of their clothing products made with hemp. WAMA is proud of the sustainable actions they are taking to produce items like underwear. I agreed to evaluate their product and write up our findings in a GoingTrueGreen blog post. In return, WAMA forwarded us three pairs of underwear at no charge and with no stipulations. Here are our findings:
The underwear's composition is 53% hemp, 44% organic cotton and 3% spandex. Throughout our daily testing for a total of three weeks, we found every wear comfortable and breathable. There was no compromise of the waistband's integrity, nor any fading colors. Reported back to me was an observation about the woman's underwear on day one, concerning the sizing. I was told that perhaps the size was running a little big in comparison to various charts and data. Nevertheless, the product was worn comfortably throughout.
Additionally, please note that the different underwear we received was washed each day. The low impact dye used to color the products is one that consumes less water in manufacturing and doesn't have toxic chemicals that are usually used to fix dyes to fabric. Therefore, we found the lack of color transfer very satisfying. The fabric's strength and insignificant shrinkage was impressive. We saw no loss of shape as the products remained durable.
Over the years I have consulted with various people in the textile business. Sadly, many marketing campaigns conduct a "greenwashing" to present a responsible environmental image by leaving out many details. After reviewing the WAMA company and products made by them, I found that they are open with all the efforts they make to be sustainable.
When considering buying more sustainable underwear, having hemp along with organic cotton is a plus, especially to keep microscopic plastic fibers out of our wash water. Price will always come into play and that will always be affected by the supply chain size. Distance between manufacturing and store shelf is considered sustainable by many when within 200 to 250 miles. I myself always ask if the carbon emissions created by shipping across half the planet outweigh the carbon emissions saved in manufacturing. WAMA presents the level of quality Hemp Textiles for reasons to back their production location. Nevertheless, when consumer choices have to be made in the realm of sustainability, all factors must be evaluated.
Bill Lauto, at GoingTrueGreen.com
International Sustainability and Energy Consultant
This is my second set purchased because I love how comfortable they fit. Thank you!