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Men's Hemp Long Sleeve with Patchprint

These shirts go beyond the ordinary printed tshirt. Sleeve cuffs are replaced with multi-colored strips with reversed white stitching, plus sewn-on patch print in coordinating colors.

Our Hemp t-shirts are incredibly smooooth, like buttah. Plush, Comfortable fit. Your skin will be smiling all day.

We use a local fair-labor sewing factory, dyehouse and screenprinter.

• 55% Hemp / 45% Cotton
• Plush 7oz. Jersey
• S, M, L, XL
• Modified and Printed in USA

Price: $48.00





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Did You Know?

Colonial Americans and the rest of the world used to make all our paper from discarded sails and ropes sold by ship owners as scrap for recycling into paper.

The rest of our paper came from our worn-out clothes, sheets, diapers, curtains and rags*, made primarily from hemp and sometimes flax, then sold to scrap dealers.

(*Hence the term “rag paper.”)

Our ancestors were too thrifty to just throw anything away, so, until the 1880s, any remaining scraps and clothes were mixed together and recycled into paper.

Rag paper, containing hemp fiber, is the highest quality and longest lasting paper ever made... Many U.S. government papers were written, by law, on hempen “rag paper” until the 1920s.

— Jack Herer, author
"The Emperor Wears No Clothes", 1986