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This really is the ultimate Hemp t-shirt. The fabric, 55% Hemp 45% organic cotton mid weight jersey is wonderfully soft and a fantastic weight, for a stylish short sleeved t-shirt that combines softness and strength.
No compromise on style or build quality, these essential Hemp short sleeve t-shirts will keep their shape and colour and will become a life-long favourite!
Hemp fabric is naturally thermo-dynamic, meaning it keeps you warm when you're cold and cool when you're warm - it wicks away moisture from the skin quickly and its anti-bacterial qualities keeps you fresh all day. Perfect for hypo-allogenic and sensitive skin as it also blocks up to 95% of UV Rays.
A standard fit, made using GOTS approved organic fabric with no logo, these Ts are Oxygen bleached and all dyed using eco-sensitive reactive eco dye to minimise your impact on the environment. Did you know that T-shirts made from 55% Hemp and 45% cotton could save up to 2,800 litres of water? 100% pre-shrunk to 40°.
Colours: Natural, Obsidian Black, Gun Metal Grey, Buddhist Orange, Navy Blue, Emerald Green, Sunflower Yellow, Chocolate Brown, Burlesque Red, Crimson Red
Choose your own colour. Want a different colour? Personalise your short sleeved t-shirt, for only an extra £9. We can individually, eco-sensitively dye your Hempiness T-Shirt to the colour of your choice. Follow this link for the full range of colours. Simply select the option in the dropdown menu and list the colour you would like in the comments box during checkout.
Packed weight: 211g, 250g, 272g, 288g, 306g, 330g, 332g
|Packaging Type||100% Recyclable|
|Classifications||100% Organic, 100% Vegan, Breathable, Colourfast, Eco World, Oxygen bleached, Pre-shrunk, Reactive Dye, UV Safe|
|Applicable Dangerous Goods Regulations||Not Applicable|
Packaged in a garment bag made from recyclable polypropylene/polyethylene (unfortunately, this is not typically accepted through kerbside recycling but can often be taken to a local collection point. The good news is that many supermarkets and shops now offer this service. Find your closest recycling point here).