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Built tough for active kids, this 100% combed ringspun cotton tee is great for sports teams.
How to measureLay your favorite shirt flat. Using a tape measure, measure the width across the chest from armpit to armpit. Next, measure the length from the top part of the collar down to the bottom hem.
An extremely soft hand, a great fit and the durability of your favorite gym tee.
Unique fabric combination creates a fitted look, and extreme durability allows this t-shirt to withstand repeated washings.
A great cold-weather basic.
Look good, do good! Snake City is part of our new collaboration with artist Bigshot Robot. www.serpentijn.bike
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Serpentijn [serpentēn] is a nonprofit founded to make a positive impact through art and athletics, based on the belief that both play a vital role in learning and living life to its fullest. Visit www.serpentijn.bike for more artist info and products.
Each purchase you make through Ink To The People directly benefits our 2020 partners:
Islands of Brilliance
Islands of Brilliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that runs monthly art, design, and STEM-based workshops for students on the autism spectrum. Our neurodiverse students learn both valuable technical and critical social/emotional learning skills that improve the likelihood of employment and long-term independence.
MKE MTB – Kids Mountain Bike Team
Children ages 12-18 can learn to ride and even compete in National Interscholastic Cycling Association-sanctioned events through this Milwaukee Recreation program. No experience needed; bikes and safety gear provided. Part of Milwaukee Recreation’s mission since 1911 is to promote healthy lifestyles and personal development for people of all ages and abilities through recreational and educational experiences