Our Heritage Print tee collection pays tribute to the Mountain Designs history, using prints that highlight iconic moments from the company's past or illustrate the brand's DNA. The khaki green design features an image of Rick White climbing the famed spires of Fitz Roy in Patagonia, on the incredible first Australian summit attempt in 1974 that ultimately inspired the creation of Mountain Designs. The tee itself is made from 100% organic cotton under the Global Organic Textile Standard, with an exceptionally soft hand-feel. It is ethically made from 100% organic materials, making it EarthPositive®, and has been manufactured using sustainable wind and solar power energy to make it climate neutral. It is also Fair Wear Foundation approved, meaning a portion of the price goes back to the garment workers in India towards their living wage.
• Durable • Allergy Friendly • Static Free
• Crew neck • Self-fabric binding on inside of neck for comfort • Stone-washed for vintage look and soft hand-feel • Produced from 100% organic cotton under the Global Organic Textile Standard • 100% EarthPositive® - ethically made with organic materials, and solely using sustainable wind and solar power energy • Fair Wear Foundation approved • FAIR SHARE produced • Exclusive heritage print of Mountain Designs founder Rick White during his summit attempt of Fitz Roy in Patagonia in 1974 • Also available in Lava, Navy and Blue