WE KEEP GETTING NEW SHIPMENTS OF THIS SHIRT, AND THEY SELL OUT AT MARKETS BEFORE WE CAN ADD THEM TO OUR WEBSITE. SHOOT US AN EMAIL IF YOU WANT ONE AND DON'T SEE YOUR SIZE HERE. WE'LL EITHER PUT ONE ASIDE, OR GET YOU ON A LIST FOR THE NEXT PRINT RUN.
Picture this: it's the spring of 1941, and the snow base is 2nd-story tall at Mt. Lassen, California. A photographer whose name is lost to time snapped this excellent photo of 4 west coast women heading out to hit the slopes on a warm, sunny day. This pretty much sums up spring and summer skiing in a part of the country where the powder is deep, and the ski season never really ends.
We printed this black & white photo mega-large on 100% cotton, all black t-shirts using low-impact inks (no plastic or PVCs) that integrate into the cotton. The feel is soft, and will blend deeper into the fibers with each wash. The printing isn't hot against your body and it doesn't chip like plastic printing does.
We're currently out of women's cuts, but they are coming back in different shapes. Our unisex cut is a looser fit - like most unisex t-shirts. Find measurements of all tees in the "Details" tab.
In these photos: Grant wears a unisex size Large. Isabel wears a unisex XS in the photo with the volleyball, and a women's XS in the photo with Ian, who wears a unisex Medium.
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