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First Mile Tee - Steeple Grey

Regular price $ 12.00
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Description

Refresh your wardrobe with the most responsible tee on the planet. That’s right. The planet. Take our word for it and choose your size or go ahead and keep reading for all the facts.

 

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% reclaimed American cotton
    • Color: Steeple Grey
    • Fit: Unisex, See Sizing Tab for details
    • Details: Blank, ready for printing 
    • 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