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The Indigo Stripe Standard Tee

Bmc 121916 0160 lighter sci gw sl qhcx00

Indigo-dyed Tangüis cotton sourced from Peru.

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Bmc 121516 0372 lighter sci gw sl rdgiq6

Locker loop.

Notes
Bmc 121516 0378 lighter sci gw sl cgk2nz

X-Made folded label at bottom hem.

Notes
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The Indigo Stripe Standard Tee

Sourced and crafted entirely in Peru using Tanguis cotton the only thing better than this tee's softness is its low environmental impact. Since the pedigree speaks for itself, we skipped the bells and whistles in favor of clean lines.

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  • Su: true | St: true | Bk: false

Sourced and crafted entirely in Peru using Tanguis cotton the only thing better than this tee's softness is its low environmental impact. Since the pedigree speaks for itself, we skipped the bells and whistles in favor of clean lines.

Story

To make good on our commitment to high-quality products (like this naturally-dyed indigo tee), we headed to Peru to track the painstaking process, start to finish, from well-versed experts. Sourced and crafted entirely in Peru using Tanguis cotton (a hearty strain of cotton designed to withstand constantly changing weather conditions), the only thing better than this tee's softness is its low environmental impact. Since the pedigree speaks for itself, we skipped the bells and whistles in favor of clean lines. An antidote to oft-replicated, mass-made essentials, this humble riff on the classic is easy to cherish – a subtle slice of Peru for your wardrobe.

Specs
  • Locker loop
  • Indigo-dyed yarn
  • X-Made folded label at bottom hem
  • Pre-shrunk
Materials
  • 100% Tangüis cotton
Origin
  • Made in Peru
Care
  • Due to the nature of indigo dye, crocking, or color transfer, is normal. Avoid rubbing against lighter fabrics and wash separately for the first few washes.
  • Machine wash cold with like-colors
  • Tumble dry low
In the Field

Garzón, Uruguay. Spring, 2017. Photo By Jason Frank Rothenberg.