DescriptionA fresh take on the Longear Sunfish, a beautifully colored native fish of Arkansas' lakes and rivers. Art by Taylor Morgan.
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- Short Sleeve Unisex Tee
- Standard Fit
- Bluesign Certified Dye House in Los Angeles
- Screen Printed with Water-based inks
- PVC and Phthalate free
- Made in the U.S.A.
Materials- Smokehouse Blend - Preshrunk 50% Organic Cotton / 50% Recycled Polyester, Weight 4.2 oz
Factory: Nature USALos Angeles, California / Supplier Since 2012 / Full Production Factory: Sewing & Screen Printing
OverviewFamily owned and operated facilities in Los Angeles, California that we have used since 2012. America’s first Fair Trade Certified factory.
FibersOrganic Cotton, grown without synthetic pesticides or insecticides, no GMO, non-toxic. Recycled Polyester, made from post-consumer products such as water bottles, uses less energy, less virgin raw material. Diverts bottles and similar materials from landfills. They use low impact dyes and finishes. Now, new to the line up we are offering Recycled Cotton & Recycled Polyester in our Pullovers & Hoodies.
Dyeing & FinishingThe local dye house is Bluesign compliant and one of the most environmentally friendly dye houses in the world. On average, they use 40% less chemicals, 50% less electricity, 65% less water, 30% less natural gas, and 50% lower emissions compared to a typical dye house in United States. These savings are even greater when compared to dye houses operating in China, India, etc.
Screen PrintingWater-based inks, PVC and Phthalate free.
Local ManufacturingThe entire manufacturing operation takes place within an 8-mile radius. Production Waste: 100% of the fabric scraps generated during the cutting process is recycled.
An early Xmas purchase. I know the guys will love them. They are a big fan of your t-shirts.
I've been a fan of Fayettechill and their products for years and this is the softest shirt that I've ever bought from them and the colors on it are nice and vibrant. Might get a tattoo of the design if Fayettechill approves