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Nuts Black T-shirt - women

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Nuts Black T-shirt - women

20.00

From our vault - Amazing African cotton jersey blank t-shirts with original print artwork.

These t-shirts are 170gsm cotton that has been grown in South Africa, Uganda or Tanzania. Size chart below. Measurements are in cm. Size variations can occur.

A percentage of the sale will be donated to Milca, one of the Kenana Knitters in Kenya who needs surgery for the very painful varicose veins on her legs. Read more about Milca in our Journal.

If you purchase a t-shirt we ask that you consider selecting the postage option at check-out. By doing this you help us direct further funds to Milca.

Any questions, please email us on enquiries@onecolour.com.

Black African grown cotton

Size    Chest    Length

XS         84          61

S            86          63

M           94          65

L            101        66

XL          103        69

2XL        112        69

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From our vault - Amazing African cotton jersey blank t-shirts with original print artwork.

These t-shirts are 170gsm cotton that has been grown in South Africa, Uganda or Tanzania. Size chart below. Measurements are in cm. Size variations can occur.

A percentage of the sale will be donated to Milca, one of the Kenana Knitters in Kenya who needs surgery for the very painful varicose veins on her legs. Read more about Milca in our Journal.

If you purchase a t-shirt we ask that you consider selecting the postage option at check-out. By doing this you help us direct further funds to Milca.

Any questions, please email us on enquiries@onecolour.com.

Black African grown cotton

Size    Chest    Length

XS         84          61

S            86          63

M           94          65

L            101        66

XL          103        69

2XL        112        69

These t-shirts were originally purchased from EDUN LIVE when we first started out back in 2007. EDUN LIVE has since evolved and is now known as EDUN, and it's still going strong. They produce many of their garments in Kenya in the same factory we have used to produce our own ranges - it's a small world.