Do you know that 1 in 3 women suffer from heavy bleeding during their periods, according to the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Canada.

According to a study commissioned by The Canadian Continence Foundation, approximately 10% of the population experiences some form of incontinence.


According to a recent article written by the Guardian, one million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute and approximately 91% of those are NOT recycled.  As conscious consumers, we ask ourselves how do we do our part in preventing any more damage to our environment?


support our community

Our apparel is currently both designed and manufactured in Vancouver, where we’re based and it's important to us to ensure our pieces are ethically made, meeting employment and environmental standards. We wouldn’t want it any other way.


Giving back

Flow 2 Freedom believes in creating a tribe to support each other and contribute to the community. Part of our proceeds will be donated to different charities and organizations mostly related to youth and sport. The next generation deserves every opportunity to build self-confidence, character, and strength, and enjoy positive experiences with peers.


Lead by example

For us, we try our best to make decisions that are kind to the environment, now and in the long run. By continuously searching and choosing eco-friendly and environmentally sustainable materials.

Hence, why we choose to use recycled plastic bottles and other natural materials to create our apparel.  Our leggings are made from Global Recycled Standard (GRS) gold level certified recycled yarn and meets OEKO-TEK certification.