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Description

Our favorite long sleeve tee. Knit from GOTS certified 100% organic Pima cotton.

Rolled finish at hems, high v-neck, breathable organic Pima cotton and a relaxed fit through the body and sleeve

 

Details

Free of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides

Non GMO hand picked cotton

Fair Trade standards & principles from seed to sew

Unisex styles and sizing


GOTS certified 100% organic Pima cotton, grown in Peru

Size

Size 1WomenXS, S, M
Size 2WomenL, XL, XXL
Size 1MenS, M
Size 2MenL, XL

Care

WASH

Machine wash with like colors in cold water

DRY

Tumble dry low heat

Toss Friendsheep Organic Eco Wool Dryer Balls in the dryer: 3+ for small loads, 6+ for larger loads


Friendsheep Sustainable Wool designs environmentally friendly goods in the US

 

 

Eliminate dryer sheets with Fair Trade, zero-waste Organic Eco Dryer Balls.  Their natural gentle tumbling movement assists to further separate your items, allowing the heat to better flow and naturally reduce wrinkles, static cling, and drying time.

These 100% organic New Zealand wool dryer balls are individually hand-made with love by artisanal women in the Himalayan Valley of Kathmandu in Nepal.

Your Eco Impact From Purchasing This Product
25.0 km
of driving emissions avoided
2,310.7 hours
of LED bulb energy saved

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Eco Attributes of this Product

Better Cotton initiative

The Better Cotton Initiative promotes best standards in sustainable farming and fair-trade practices in 21 countries benefitting manufacturers, farmers and the environment.

Green manufacturing

Our factory is naturally powered: jet air, fueled by hydro-power which comes from the briquettes, made from upcycled cotton fluff and waste-wood.

Non Toxic

Looming process use flour and water which washes out cleanly in the dying process. Our dying process is Oeko-Tex certified.

Pure Water

Our non-chemical water purification plant uses live bacteria to break down the dye pigment. The waters are returned to the river cleaner than when captured.

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