Rolling Bones Organic Cotton Battersea Artist T-Shirt Frost Grey
Rock out to Jumping Jack…......Russell, that's right we are invoking our artist licence again in this year's Battersea charity T-Shirt; Rolling Bones. We have been working with Battersea since 2018 and in that time have helped to raise over £80,000 by collaborating on these dog inspired Artist T-Shirts, with £5 from each sale going directly to the charity. As well as being fond of fish we love dogs as we know you do too.
PLEASE NOTE: We have been working hard to make our sizing more consistent across our wide range of clothing, and pull it more inline with standard high street sizing, to make buying online as easy as possible for you. This may mean that you might require a different size compared to what you have purchased in the past from us, so please check our updated size guide to check which size is best for you. If you still aren’t sure, not to worry, we offer a totally free 180 day returns policy, and free delivery on orders over £30.
- Large print on the back
- Crew neck
- Small print on left chest
- Exclusive design by artist Tim Harries
- 100% Organic Cotton
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 upped the sustainability by making many of our Artist T-Shirts from organic cotton, which uses less water and less energy to process. With a mix of front and back prints across the range, and every design featuring that famous Weird Fish tongue 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.
100% Organic Cotton Jersey, 180gsm
30° Machine Wash
Product code: 18350W4.7 (16 reviews)
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16 ReviewsThis product has a rating of 4.7/5
New design, new size and I wish it was the old size. Slightly baggy L instead of a perfect M. Fantastic otherwise, love this one.
Unfortunately had to send back. The sizing is completely wrong now and the material is thinner.