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One Of Each Boyfriend Tee - Black

Regular price $30.00 CAD

One Of Each Boyfriend Tee - Black

Regular price $30.00 CAD
Style No. B3521909
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Size M
  • XS
  • S
  • M
  • L
  • XL
  • XXL
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So comfortable and cute the One of Each Boyfriend Tee is definitely one he’ll want to steal. This short sleeve style features a loose fit and 100-percent organic cotton fabric. Model is wearing size small.
  • Made from 100% organic cotton jersey
  • Short sleeved tee with Stone screenprint logo
  • Striped interior neck tape
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Organic cotton is better for the planet and its people

When compared to conventional cotton, organic cotton per 1,000 KG of fiber used in apparel results in:

  1. 46% less CO2 equivalent emissions (which are significant contributors to global warming)
  2. 70% less SO2 (Sulfur Dioxide) equivalent emissions; a driver of soil acidification and, thus acid rain
  3. 26% less PO43 (Phosphate) equivalent; a measure of eutrophication potential (the potential for the creation of aquatic dead-zones)
  4. 62% less primary energy demand (PED), measured in MJ, from non-renewable sources like petroleum and natural gas that depend on fossil resources
  5. The consumption of up to 91% less non-rain water (blue water) while typically requiring less irrigation
Truly Traceable

Volcom, in partnership with the social enterprise CottonConnect, is launching Farm to Yarn– a socially conscious raw materials initiative in India that features certified organic cotton that’s traceable back to the farm and that provides social and professional education programs for the farmers and the women in the farming villages of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, where the cotton was sourced.

Watch the video and learn more.