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Boat | T-shirt

Size Guide
Sizing Chart | Unisex T-Shirts
t-shirt-sizing-chart

Sizes  XS S M L XL 2XL
Half Chest (A) 46 49 52 55 58 61
Body Length (B) 66 69 72 74 76 78

* Measurements are in centimetres
Size Guide
Sizing Chart | Unisex T-Shirts
t-shirt-sizing-chart

Sizes  XS S M L XL 2XL
Half Chest (A) 46 49 52 55 58 61
Body Length (B) 66 69 72 74 76 78

* Measurements are in centimetres

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Size: XS
Color: Grey
White
Grey
Black
Maroon

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This lovely line-art lives on a soft, comfortable, luxurious ring-spun organic cotton tee. Being environmentally friendly, the fabric is made without pesticides, herbicides, and other chemical fertilizers. Its Fair Wear certification ensures that we support fair labour practices and ethical production.

Material and fit

  • Medium fit unisex apparel that fits both men and women. Unisex sizing may run bigger than usual for women. Please check the size chart.
  • 100% Organic ring-spun combed cotton for a softer touch, smoother surface, and better durability than regular organic cotton.
  • 180 gsm fabric weight for the perfect balance between comfort and durability.
  • Overlock side seams located along the sides help to hold the shirt’s shape longer.
  • Self-fabric neck-tape covers the neck seam to prevent the shirt from overstretching.
  • Elastic ribbed knit collar with a seam to help retain the collar shape.

 


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The Design Story

People have sailed between islands since 50,000 BC to transport stones, animals, and seafood. On a historic day, one of them raised a piece of large cloth to the air and figured it pushed the raft. And voila! The sail was invented.

Earlier sails were square, and they were only good when the wind blew in your direction. Otherwise, the answer was to start rowing, and Romans and Egyptians forced slaves to do this job.

However, rowing a ship was too slow compared to sails. A Viking vessel could only travel at 3 knots using oars and 15 knots with the sail. Faster ships brought innumerable advantages, and over centuries they were made possible through triangular sails that can be adjusted to wind direction.

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