What are we going to do with the rest of our lives?
Designed here, Made here
879 East Hastings St, Vancouver
Studio & Retail
that complement your body
Before Pillar Height there was Lucid Lifestyle, a boutique Andrew Gonzalez used to own. That shop sold a majority of sustainable goods and apparel for 8 years where a wealth of experience was gained on the right design and materials to use for the human body.
Hemp became one of the fibers that stood out after all those years.
France for enhanced synthetic fabrics
Some have said we are ahead of our time with the hemp fabrics. But we're also ahead of our time using the highest quality synthetics polyamides made in France. Price is no barrier for us when seeking the right fabrics while other brands are looking at cutting cost for higher profits and margins they seek generic low quality polyester and nylons. No other cycling brand would use $40/meter fibers but we do and absorb the cost, saving you money.
We are here to serve.
the friendship POLICY
You supported us and we appreciate that and want to take care of this relationship. As long as things are done in a friendly manner we're here to take care of any issues that arise with quality, damage or any other unforeseen hiccups. Just don't take advantage of us, and we'll be good!
We'd appreciate if we split the cost of returns. But no ones in the financial position to just burn money. We'd honestly just be more bummed out that what we made you didn't end up working. We focus on working to make and improving any future items for you through tailoring and other advice needed to enhance your experience with the final use of our designs. Face mask are not returnable due to their nature of use.
If you're in the Vancouver area it's free fixes and adjustments. Not in the area? We'll pitch in financially for the repairs and send you extra fabric for any repairs you do through your own local tailoring shop.