Metis Men's Top FAY Indigo/White XS
Metis Men's Top FAY
Metis Men's Top FAY
Metis Men's Top FAY Indigo/White XS
Metis Men's Top FAY
Metis Men's Top FAY

Metis

Regular price $70.00 Sale price $35.00
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Hand-dyed with indigo - this iconic pattern is the ancient seigaiha (sometimes seikaiha), or “blue sea wave”. A series of overlapping circles form arches that resemble waves. Appropriately, the shapes used to depict seas on old Chinese maps. They first appeared in Japan during the 6th century and are still popular designs today. The Japanese regard waves as lucky omens. They also represent resilience, power, and tactical strength. It's a lightweight material to keep you cool during the hot months of the year.

Seasonal Production. Once this product is sold out it will not be restocked.

Features
- Mens Short Sleeve Button Up
- Standard Fit
- Designed in the Ozarks

Materials
- 100% Cotton

Customer Reviews

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Great shirt

This shirt is truly amazing! A beautiful blue color and very well made. My dad loved it.

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C.H.
5/5

excellent product

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At our 11-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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Hemp

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.

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