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ATLAS JERSEY T-SHIRT+ Enlarge

ATLAS JERSEY T-SHIRT

£59.00

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BKR ID 9-4432-1726    Item no.: 11783
 
 
 
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Delivery 3-4 business days

Details

Classic T-shirt in soft jersey material. The fit is classic with short sleeves and small rounded neckline. The natural material in tencel/cotton makes the T-shirt breathable and comfortable to wear.

Full length in size S approx. 66 cm

The fabric is a blend of organic cotton and Tencel™ Lyocell, which is a natural, environmentally friendly material made from FSC-certified wood fibre.The fabric is produced in a closed production process with minimal environmental impact. The fibres are certified compostable and biodegradable.
WASH AT 30° DELICATE
61% TENCEL 33% ØKOLOGISK COTTON 6% ELASTANE
ORGANIC COTTON

Organic cotton yarn is farmed in a specific way. When appropriately farmed, organic cotton yarn is made via methods that are less harmful and have much less impact on the environment than in traditional cotton farming. Organic cotton is grown without harmful chemicals, leaving the soil, air and water free from contaminates that cause harm. Organic cotton produces around 46% less CO2e compared to conventional cotton. It also uses far less water to grow since organic cotton growers typically utilize rain more than irrigation

TENCEL ™ LYOCELL

TENCEL ™ Lyocell is a naturally degradable quality, which is produced in a closed loop system with minimal environmental impact. When TENCEL ™ Lyocell is produced, it uses 95% less water than a cotton production and 99% of the chemicals are recycled. The quality has good durability and is naturally degradable. The fibre is FSC-certified fibre, which means no more wood is felled than the forest can reproduce