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TENTREE W’S SAPIN T

C$42.00

Scoop styles for days. The Sapin T-shirt creates a chic and feminine look with the scoop neck and hem, and slight overlap at the sides. And the subtle tree-line embroidery along the neckline is an eye-catching detail.

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TENTREE
Article number: TCW1352-S19-GARGOYLE GREY-S
Availability: In stock
  • Regular Fit, Lightweight
  • TreeBlend fabric: 45% Recycled Polyester, 30% TENCEL™ Lyocell, 25% Organic Cotton
  • Scoop neck, scoop hem with overlap at side seams, lower body yoke, tree-line embroidery along neckline
  • Machine wash cold, hang dry
Made with Organic Cotton

All of our Cotton is certified Organic meaning that you can have the confidence that it was grown without the use of any harsh chemicals or pesticides. Conventional Cotton uses more insecticides than any other major crop. Research has shown that this can cause many adverse effects on the soil, water, air, and more. Our commitment to Organic Cotton has helped prevent the use of tonnes of chemicals, which helps reduce the impacts on the environment.

Made with Recycled Polyester

The use of Recycled Polyester instead of virgin polyester is dramatically better for the environment with estimates as high as 75% reduction in CO2 emissions to create than virgin polyester. Our Recycled Polyester is made using recycled bottles and/or PET manufacturing waste that is turned into useable polyester fibers. The use of recycled polyester reduces our dependence on new petroleum based products and is a major step forward in creating a globally sustainable clothing industry.

Made with TENCEL™ Lyocell

In our opinion, TENCEL™ Lyocell is the most progressive fiber available! The material comes from eucalyptus trees, which are fast growing, require no pesticides or insecticides, and need 1/5th of the land to make the same amount of fabric as cotton. The yarn manufacturing process is fueled by 100% renewable energy and uses 80% less water than conventional fibers. To learn more, check out Lenzing.

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