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Started From a Bottle Tees

Regular price $ 20.00
Started From a Bottle Tees Started From a Bottle Tees Started From a Bottle Tees Started From a Bottle Tees
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Description

This shirt made from recycled bottles and cotton, but it’s not shy about its roots. Wear your values and make a statement with this soft t-shirt, designed to make an impact where it all begins.

All The Facts:
Just by wearing this shirt, you’re supporting dignified income opportunities for people working in the First Mile. That’s where our traceable and transparent supply chain begins and people earn a living by collecting plastic from the streets and canals of Haiti and Honduras. Ground to Good™ tees blend that recycled material with cotton for a balance of quality, impact, and lazy-Sunday softness.

 

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    • Material: 50% recycled Ground to Good plastic bottles collected in Haiti, 50% American cotton
    • Color: Rainy Day
    • Fit: Unisex, See Sizing Tab for details
    • Manufacturing: Raw materials Haiti/US; Yarn and fabric US; Cut and sewn in Haiti

    Sizing

    Male Model is 5 feet, 11 inches tall wearing a size Large

    Female Model is 5 feet, 5 inches tall wearing a size Small

     

     Unisex Sizing

     Chest Width

     Shirt Length

     Small

     18.75"  26.25"

     Medium

     20"  27.25"

     Large

     21"  29"
     XL  21.5"  29.25"
     XXL  22"  30.75"

    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