Ethically designed, well-made tees are hard to come by. With the introduction of The Regenerative Tee, Seadon hopes to bridge the gap between environmentally friendly outdoor apparel and quality goods that hold up to wear and tear.
The tee is made with feather-light fabric designed to help keep you cool on a hot day, and is Bluesign approved. That means it’s designed with 100 percent sustainable and recyclable yarn. In fact, between eight and 10 water bottles are used in the making of each Regenerative Tee for a tangible impact. It’s also packed with more than 15 unique features.
A patented, anti-odor finish keeps you fresh, while 3-D wicking keeps you cool. It’s quick-drying and breathable, while also stretchy enough to wear during yoga. Offset seams under the armpit eliminate chafing, and a reflective logo on the back makes you stand out in the dark. The largest tee weighs only 68 grams, so it’s light enough to carry in your pack.
The Regenerative Tee is tailored for both women and men, which both long- and short-sleeve options, and comes in four distinct colors. For a product so environmentally friendly, it comes at a steal of a price. Each short-sleeve tee retails for $48 while the long sleeves are $58 each.
Shipping on the Seadon Regenerative Tee has already begun, so head over to the website today to check out information on more features and how to order.
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