Tie Dye Everyday Pullover Unisex Pullover FAY Tie Dye Blue XS

Tie Dye Everyday Pullover

Regular price $89.00 Sale price $71.20

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Simple branding with one of our top selling styles now in tie dye. Our 5th collaboration with Fayetteville local Rachel Huff.   
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  • Unisex Crewneck Pullover
  • Tie Dyed in Fayetteville
  • Brushed Fleece Interior
  • Standard Fit
  • Ecolife Recycled Blend
  • Constructed in the U.S.A.
Preshrunk 50% Recycled Cotton / 50% Recycled Polyester, Weight 8.5 oz
Factory: Nature USA
Los Angeles, California / Supplier Since 2012 / Full Production Factory: Sewing & Screen Printing
Family owned and operated facilities in Los Angeles, California that we have used since 2012. America’s first Fair Trade Certified factory.
Dyeing & Fibers
Recycled cotton collected from scraps and recycled polyester from post-consumer water bottles. The local dye house is Bluesign compliant and one of the most environmentally friendly dye houses in the world.
Screen Printing
Water-based inks, PVC and Phthalate free.

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At our 12-year mark, our commitment to quality is stronger than ever. Goods for the woods that are good for the woods. We collect and thoughtfully create eco-conscious goods that are built-to-last. We strive to lessen our impact on the environment with each seasonal product collection, including ethical manufacturing and sourcing of organic and recycled materials.

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We like Hemp. Its natural resistance to pests and weed-blocking dense growth requires no chemicals of any kind. It is the strongest natural fiber, naturally antimicrobial and resistant to UV.

Recycled Polyester

At our Hemp Fortex factory, we use Repreve Recycled Polyester, which uses PET from plastic water bottles as the raw material. Recycling the PET into fiber not only reduces landfill and ocean waste, it causes far less air pollution than making new PET.