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Tennis | 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: White
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

Tennis is a sport with a long history: it started around the 12th century, with rackets coming in around the 16th.

It even played a role in the French revolution. In 1789, in an attempt to keep tighter control, King Louis XVI shut down the hall where the representatives of the Third Estate used to meet. Third Estate consisted of some 97 per cent of the population, anyone that doesn’t belong to nobility or the clergy.

In response, a new meeting place was chosen: a tennis court built for the use of Versailles palace. There, the French Third Estate took what is known as the “Tennis Court Oath” and voted to “not separate and to reassemble wherever necessary until the Constitution of the Kingdom is established”.

By the way, here is something fun about tennis: A Harris Hawk called Rufus is in charge of keeping the skies clear of pigeons at Wimbledon.

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