This tee brings every kids on a mission.
"FIN" sails the sea to raise awareness over the dramatic problem of shark finning and support Sea Shepherd in protecting our seas and oceans.
For every t-shirt purchased at our store we will donate 10% to Sea Shepherd.
Discover the details and protect the sea with us.
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|Fabric||100% Organic Cotton|
|Style||Roundneck Unisex cut|
|How to Wash||Wash 30° inside out - Iron inside-out at low temperature - Do not iron the print|
|Shipping||Check the shipments page|
|Fabric Certifications||Certifications: GOTS / OEKO Tex ST. 100 / FAIR WEAR / PETA Approved VEGAN|
This t-shirt is brave.
And you will be a sailor hero.
FIN is born to fight "shark finning",
a cruel practice that puts the survival of the shark, one of the most important species in our ecosystem, at risk.
We decided to design this t-shirt because we believe it is necessary to generate awareness on a subject as important as underestimated.
FIN is a tee for kids that takes a concrete action, supporting Sea Shepherd's campaigns protecting sharks and our oceans: we decided to donate to them the 10% of our FIN t-shirt sales.
Donations will be made monthly starting from September 2020.
If you don't know Sea Shepherd you can find out here: www.seashepherd.org
The graphic tells the dramatic problem of shark finning.
Sharks are caught by fishers, stripped of their fins, then thrown back into the sea (mostly still alive).
You're probably wondering why.
The shark's fin is the ingredient of a prized Asian soup, and its trade generates big profits.
Europe has become one of the world's largest exporters.
Sharks are in serious danger of extinction and its importance within the marine ecosystem is often underestimated.
FIN graphically has a very strong impact, because we felt that the issue and intent required it.
Discover every hidden meaning in the details of the graphics at the bottom of the page (download the PDF presentation of the campaign).
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