Jasper Recycled Organic Long Sleeve Polo Shirt Navy

£40.00 Free Delivery NEW ECO
3.7 (6 reviews)

Colour: Navy

Size: Please select a size

Meet Jasper, your new favourite polo shirt. Great to wear every day, you can wear this polo shirt any way you like. Why not try layering a shirt, gilet or jacket over the top? Pair with denim jeans and be on your way!

  • Long sleeve polo shirt
  • Made from organic cotton and contains recycled materials
  • Branded buttons
  • Embroidered Weird Fish logo

Did you know that buying a certified organic cotton t-shirt saves a HUGE 2,457 litres of water over your regular, not so good for the planet, cotton tee? That is enough for one person to drink their recommended eight glasses of water a day for three and a half years. That stat makes us thirsty for more knowledge!

We love clothes and fabrics that do good, recycled polyester is making waves as it is turning pre-existing plastics such as that water bottle you used at a festival a life time ago into your new Weird Fish favourite. Did you know, it takes about 9 plastic water bottles to make one t-shirt? That is crazy, right? Using more recycled polyester rather than traditional polyester, reduces landfill, which means less soil contamination, air and water pollution.


60% Organic Cotton, 40% Recycled Polyester

30° Machine Wash

Product code: 18929

3.7 (6 reviews)

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6 Reviews

This product has a rating of 3.7/5

Rating

Quality of material very good, but the sizing comes up very, very wrong. Large is the size that is usually a perfect fit, but have had to return and reorder a medium which still looks on the big side

19 December 2021

Rating

Looks and feels very nice. Brought as a gift so can't comment of fit etc.

16 December 2021