Sizing style: Crewneck Poly Tee
Lightweight: Classic t-shirt in unisex’s comfort fit
Stretch knit allows for increased movement
This unisex lightweight tee, made of 50% ringspun combed Organic Cotton and 50% Recycled Polyester, is incredibly soft and luxurious. Perfect for layering, this blended Tee allows for flexibility and movement while giving it a more vintage look. Proudly made in Canada, the purchase of one blended tee equals approximately three recycled water bottles.
Eco Friendly Material
100% Made in Canada
To find the perfect size and fit for you, simply follow the three easy steps below. Please note that all styles shrink an around 2 - 3% after they are washed and dried. Our sizing chart reflects the adjusted measurements.
- Take your favourite t-shirt out of your closet.
- Measure its width from one armpit to the other.
- Find the matching measurements on the size chart, and you have found the t-shirt for you!
Exchanges and returns are available after 30 days upon receiving your order, free of charge if you're located in the Vancouver lower mainland. If you are outside of Vancouver, you'll have to send us the item(s) and pay shipping to us, and we'll be happy to exchange and sort out the rest.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
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All our products are designed, printed, and made in Canada (yes, really). We support other local entrepreneurs and put a priority on giving back to our country.
Recycled Polyester Awesomeness
Proudly made in Canada, the purchase of one blended recycled polyester tee equals approximately three recycled water bottles.
Organic Cotton Awesomeness
All of our Cotton is certified Organic meaning that you can have the confidence that it was grown without the use of any harsh chemicals or pesticides. Conventional Cotton uses more insecticides than any other major crop. Research has shown that this can cause many adverse effects on the soil, water, air, and more. Our commitment to Organic Cotton is helping prevent the use of many tonnes of chemicals.