THE HOME OF HEMP SINCE 1995
This lightweight organic shirt for men is perfect for wearing to work, or out on the town for a smart or smart-casual look. Made with sustainable and ethically sourced materials, this mens button-up shirt goes just as well with jeans as it does with a smart pair of trousers or a suit.
This classic mens shirt design never goes out of fashion! Available in 2 colours, black or grey, this long sleeve shirt is perfect for any occasion. The high-quality fabric has a fine structure and has a striped slub effect enhanced by the slight irregularities in the hemp yarn which give its distinctive natural look. The material is soft to the touch, thanks to the percentage of organic cotton and is highly durable thanks to the hemp.
• LIGHTWEIGHT - 150gsm
• 55% Hemp, 45% Organic Cotton
• ANTIBACTERIAL - Hemp fabric is naturally antibacterial, antifungal, and antimicrobial! Keeps you fresh all day long.
• THERMODYNAMIC - Regulates your body temperature. Keeping you cool when it's hot and warm when it's not!
• BREATHABLE - Allows air to flow easily, speeding up sweat evaporation and reducing the risk of sweat marks.
• INSULATING - Hemp's hollow fibres make it an incredibly good insulator, meaning these t's make a great base-layer.
• MOISTURE-WICKING - Hemp wicks away sweat and dampness from the surface of the skin, keeping you dry and confident.
• LONG-LASTING - Hemp is around 3x more durable than cotton, meaning this garment benefits from a longer useful lifespan.
• BIODEGRADABLE - When this garment is disposed of, it will break down naturally into the environment leaving no nasty pollutants.
• 100% NATURAL & ORGANIC - Materials used in this garment are grown without the use of chemicals or artificial fertilisers.
Colours: Gun metal grey and obsidian black
Packed weight: 265g
|Packaging Type||100% Recyclable|
|Classifications||100% Natural, 100% Organic, 100% Vegan, Breathable, Colourfast, Pre-shrunk, UV Safe|
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).