Critically Endangered Unisex Tiger Jumper
Critically Endangered Unisex Tiger Jumper
Critically Endangered Unisex Tiger Jumper
Critically Endangered Unisex Tiger Jumper
Critically Endangered Unisex Tiger Jumper
Critically Endangered Unisex Tiger Jumper

Critically Endangered Unisex Tiger Jumper

Sale price£39.00
Size:Medium
Colour:Charcoal
Quantity:

All-new Critically Endangered oversized unisex tiger sweatshirts in oat and charcoal released in collaboration with WWF. Designed by artist Milly McAlister, the sweatshirts feature a bold ‘TIGER’ embroidered on the front, an emblem of a tiger on the back, and ‘3900’ on the side to represent the approx. number of tigers left in the wild.

Details:

  • 80% GOTS certified organic cotton, 20% recycled cotton
  • Made in Turkey
  • Each sweatshirt is packaged in a bespoke recyclable cardboard box
  • Includes recyclable fact sheet

 


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