All of our shirts are unisex, perfect for anybody. We recently launched a kids line to help youth connect to wildlife from a young age.
Yes! Our tees are made in an ethical factory in South Los Angeles. It's important that you feel good about wearing our clothes, that's why we ensure they're ethically and sustainably made.
Our tees are made from cotton waste fibers that are usually discarded yet we process them in a new way. The recycled fabric is 18/1 recycled cotton jersey meaning the yarn is thicker than most tees out there, with a soft-yet-coarse texture. Our shirts are preshrunk and garment washed after they're sewn for a vintage-soft feel.
Tees are individually screen-printed by hand in Los Angeles, California. For more information, please check out Viceland's report on How Our Clothes Are Made.
Cold wash with similar colors. Tumble dry low. No bleach. If needed, iron inside out on a low heat setting.
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20% of your order goes directly to the conservation connected to the animal on the tee. Our donations are calculated and distributed annually. To learn more about our partnering conservations and their specific projects, go to Your Impact.
Our conservation partners went through a lengthy vetting process to ensure we were working with people and communities making an ethical impact on the wildlife.
We have a flat rate of $5 for all orders. (Shipping for orders on 3 or more shirts is free!)
We will email you a tracking number when your order has left the warehouse.
Currently, we ship to the U.S. and Canada.
One of the things that make us unique is the relationship we have with our partnering conservations, a relationship we strive to include you in. Once you've purchased a tee you've also helped contribute to saving that animal, therefore you are now a conservationist. We want to keep you updated on how your donation is making a difference for the wildlife you care about. We promise not to flood your inbox, sign up for our newsletter for quarterly conservation updates and new products!