PRODUCT VARIANTS: Steeple Grey / Small Steeple Grey / Medium Steeple Grey / Large Steeple Grey / XL Steeple Grey / XXL Black / Small Black / Medium Black / Large Black / XL Black / XXL Rainy Day / Small Rainy Day / Medium Rainy Day / Large Rainy Day / XL Rainy Day / XXL

First Mile Tee (Blank) - Steeple Grey

Regular price $ 12.00
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Description

From the moment a bottle is picked up to the first time this super soft t-shirt is slipped over your head, thousands of people make the most responsible shirts on the planet a reality.

That's why we're honoring the people working in the First Mile of our supply chain who play a significant role in making our products so impactful.


Introducing: The First Mile Tee
Aptly named for the portion of the Supply Chain where raw material is exchanged for a dignified income, each shirt is made from plastic sourced on the ground from a network of collectors and entrepreneurs nearly 1,800 people strong.


    • Material: 50% recycled Ground to GoodTM plastic bottles collected in Haiti, 50% reclaimed American cotton
    • Color: Steeple Grey
    • Fit: Unisex
    • Details: Blank, ready for printing (Thread branding on internal tag)
    • Manufacturing: Raw materials Haiti/US; Yarn and fabric US; Cut and sewn in Haiti

Sizing

Model is 5 feet, 10 inches tall wearing a size Large

 

 Men's Sizing

 Chest Width

 Shirt Length

 Small

 17"  26.75"

 Medium

 18"  28"

 Large

 20"  28"
 XL  20.5"  29"
 XXL  21"  29.5"

Shipping

Availability

Ships within 3-5 business days to the US, Canada, UK, and Australia. Contact us for additional shipping locations.

Customer is responsible for paying any applicable duties/taxes on international shipments

Learn more About Ground to Good™

OUR IMPACT

3,845

Income opportunities created in Haiti and Honduras by Ground to Good™ fabric

29,642,992

Bottles (and counting) collected from homes, streets, and landfills in some of the poorest neighborhoods of Haiti and Honduras