Quack RSPB Artist T-Shirt Grey Marl

£20.00 £10.00 - 50% off Free Delivery over £30 SALE
5.0 (12 reviews)

Size: Please select a size

We have been in partnership with the RSPB since 2015 and have raised over £130,000 for the charity by working together on nature inspired T-Shirt designs, and selling them with £5 from each sale going back to the charity. This season we bring you Quack to the Future, featuring the Ducklorean which can reach speeds of 88 miles per hour. Catch him before he flys back to the future!

  • Large print on the back
  • Small print on left chest
  • Crew neck
  • Exclusive design by artist Richard Skipworth

*A minimum of £5 from each t-shirt sale will be donated to the RSPB Sales Ltd, the trading subsidiary of the RSPB. All subsequent sellers of this item are not commercial participators for the purpose of Part II of the Charities Act 1992. The RSPB is a registered charity in England and Wales no. 207076 and in Scotland no. SC037654.

The Weird Fish Artist T-Shirts are synonymous with the brand, they have been with us since 1993 and they are how we got our name. Always made from quality cotton, we have now introduced a cotton/polyester mix option in our marl colours too, so you can choose the feel, with a mix of front and back prints across the range, and every design featuring that famous Weird Fish tounge in cheek whit, we know there is a design for everyone out there. Do you collect them? How many do you have? We would love to hear from you on social media.


60% Cotton & 40% Polyester

30°c Machine Wash

Product code: 18228

5.0 (12 reviews)

180 days Free Returns - click for more information

UK Standard (FREE over £30)
£2.50
UK Express Delivery - Exclusions apply (FREE over £75)
£5.95  
Channel Islands (FREE over £30)
£2.50
Europe  (FREE over £125) £8.00
Rest Of World (FREE over £125) £10.00

Please click here for further information on delivery

Make an outfit of it

12 Reviews

This product has a rating of 5/5

Rating

Very pleased with it

22 March 2021

Rating

Lovely quality

3 November 2020