- Slim unisex fit and v-neck
- 100% made in Canada
- Composition: 70% bamboo, 30% organic cotton
- Screen printed with non-toxic vegan inks in our little studio
- We donate 10% of the proceeds to a local animal sanctuary
Why you’ll love it
Be proud and show the world what you stand for with this ‘Put Your Morals Where Your Mouth Is’ shirt. This vegan print has a slim fit and a v-neck. This is truly a shirt to feel good about. Not only as it been 100% made in Canada from sustainable bamboo, but it’s also been lovingly hand-printed by us with non-toxic vegan inks. On top of that, we also donate 10% of the proceeds to a local animal sanctuary. Have a look at our about page to see who we have donated to in the past.
These shirts are made from 70% rayon from bamboo. Bamboo is not only soft and light but also naturally sustainable. It requires no fertilizers or pesticides and grows rapidly without depleting the soil. As an added benefit, bamboo also has antibacterial qualities that repel odors and toxins. Moreover, it’s also hypo-allergenic which means you can wear it comfortably even if you have very sensitive skin.
Screen printed with non-toxic vegan inks
We hand screen print every T-Shirt with great care. This means your T-Shirt will be unique and might deviate a little bit from what you see in the picture. To make the T-Shirt printing also as sustainable and fair as possible, we work with an ink manufacturer that can supply us with water-soluble non-toxic vegan inks made in the United States.
Canadian-made vegan shirts
Jerico is our shirt supplier of choice. They’re a Canadian maker of socially conscious apparel. Jerico knits, dyes, cuts and sews all of their apparel in Canada. By keeping their productions in Canada, they support the local economy, provide a safe working environment and make quality garments that stand the test of time.
Sanctuary donation included
Your purchase is powerful! Every shirt sold helps a rescued farm animal. We donate 10% of the proceeds to a local Southern Ontario animal sanctuary. In the past two years, we have donated to Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary, Ralphies Retreat, FrogHollow Farm Sanctuary, and Karuna Lane Sanctuary. The money we donate has helped to improve buildings and structures, buy food, pay for vet bills and so on.