The Stretch Pants

The Stretch Pants



  • Four-way stretch: feel like yoga pants but look put-together
  • Perfect for working (and washing) from home
  • High-rise without feeling constricting


  • Model is 5'6' / 130 lbs and wearing size S
  • See Size Chart above for measurements and pictures of the product on different body types. Questions about fit? Email us at


  • Punto Milano Ponte
  • Machine wash cold and air dry. Do not iron.
  • Ethically made in Florence, Italy


  • Free U.S. Shipping. International Shipping calculated at checkout.
  • Free easy exchanges. 30 days to return. Learn more.


Reclaim is a slow fashion company. We think long and hard about the essential wardrobe staples women need and design the best possible version of them. We create high-quality, elevated garments with extreme attention to details, the utmost respect for the planet, and honest prices.


We know you want to feel comfortable and look great with all the roles you play in life. But let’s face it: most pants are either put-together or comfortable, but never both.

This changes today. Time to Reclaim.


Fueled by a burning desire to wear yoga pants all day, we created the The Stretch Pant. Designed to compliment your body, this is the last pair of pants you'll ever need.


At Reclaim we fight sexism one pocket at a time. The Stretch Pants have four usable pockets for everything you need.


Our fabric is super stretchy, but retails its structure over time. The elastic waistband is flattering and provides maximum comfort during prolonged periods of sitting.


Your days of ironing end here. Our fabric is finished with a wrinkle-resistant article so that it bounces back from creases. Simply smooth out any wrinkles with your hands. Easily wash it at home without the need for dry cleaning.


I am Zana, the founder of Reclaim. For this piece... a story about my mom.

My mom grew up in communist Yugoslavia, sharing a two-bedroom apartment with her parents and three siblings. They didn’t have money, so early on she learned to be resourceful. To make ends meet, she smuggled blue jeans into communist Yugoslavia where they were banned.

My mom drove to Italy to purchase supplies every weekend. She would buy multiple sizes and wear them all on top of each other under an oversized skirt - hoping she wouldn’t get busted at the border. From her clandestine shop, they sold well. Her eventual customers were buying a statement, a symbol of freedom and desire for a different life.

Today the world is a very different place, but this story stayed with me. The Stretch Pants are my tribute to freedom: a zero worry wardrobe staple made to go places.