Hemp History Week 2018 Hemp V-neck Tee Size Guide
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"A classic hemp tee from 2018, commemorating Hemp History Week,the largest nationwide grassroots public education, advocacy, and marketing effort to raise awareness about the diverse uses of hemp. With a mission to educate the general public about the unparalleled environmental, entrepreneurial, and economic impacts of hemp, HHW renewed strong support for the farming, processing, and production of hemp in the United States."
—Hemp Industries Association
We constructed our hemp t-shirt in a durable hemp/organic cotton blend. This hemp knit works well as a base layer, regulating body temperature during any kind of activity. It’s a stylish go-to tee that commemorates a special moment in our history with the plant, connecting us to the deep roots of our shared history.
- Made and printed in Los Angeles
- Wicks moisture, letting your skin breathe
- Machine Wash, Tumble Dry
- Lightweight Jersey Knit
- 55% Hemp / 45% Organic Cotton
We design everything in Santa Monica, California, and make all our hemp clothing ethically, with family-owned contractors in Los Angeles, USA.
- All U.S. orders $200 or more receive FREE USPS priority shipping.
- Vital Hemp accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and PayPal.
- All markdown styles are final sales. No refunds or exchanges.
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- Hemp is the most durable natural fiber. These hemp clothes will last you a long time if you take care of them. As many in the hemp industry say about hemp: “You don’t wear it out; you wear it in.” Our garments are garment-dyed, they have already been shrunk to the max. They will not shrink anymore; though the fabric may relax a bit over time.
- Ironing: Our knits don’t generally need to be ironed. If you want to iron our 100% hemp wovens to make them look brand new again, use a hot iron on the linen setting and use steam.
- Learn more about Garment Care.
Hempjucation: The first jeans were made from hemp, but they lasted too long; so the business switched to cotton. Cotton uses 25% of all pesticides, polluting ecosystems. Hemp doesn’t need pesticides. The original linen was made from hemp. Hemp wicks better than all other plant fibers, letting your skin breathe. Hemp is anti-microbial, so clothes stay fresher longer.