Sugar Maple 'lines' - Unisex Tee (VT Stock)
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In-house items ship from my studio in Bristol, Vermont.
Delivery time: 3-8 business days
- Studio Inventory Tees
- Art Prints and Framed Prints
- Music CD's
All other items are printed-to-order, and ship from my Custom US Supplier.
Delivery time: 5-10 business days
- All other T-shirts
- Hoodies, Longsleeves
- Ladies and Kids apparel
Sugar maple (Acer saccharum) leaf with Triquetra knot.
Original design ©2014 Reagh Greenleaf Jr.
The triple-knot is a common symbol in Celtic and Nordic/Viking art. It represents concepts associated with the number three: Triple Goddess, Three Fates, Holy Trinity, and many more. I used it to represent the three main Celtic Nations represented in Vermont: Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Sugar maple is, of course, the best source of sap for producing syrup. Abenaki people in Vermont have been making Maple Syrup for centuries. -RG
VT Stock - Screen printed in Vermont, USA.
Phthalate-free, soy-based ink.
Possibly the most comfortable t-shirt you'll ever wear! Lightweight, super-soft but durable, perfect for the trail, pub or studio. Ships in a Biodegradable mailer💚
- 100% No Sweatshops
- 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
- Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
- Bella+Canvas USA/International manufacturer
- Extensive water conservation and recycling processes
- bluesign® certified non-toxic fabric dyes
- Solar-powered facilities with carbon-neutral/zero-waste goal
Size + Fit
True unisex styling, looks great on everyone! Shirt laying flat:
Length = shoulder to bottom hem. Width = across the middle, one side.
For reference: I'm 6' tall, approx. 170 lbs., size 42 suit jacket. Size Large fits me perfectly.
If you prefer a looser shirt, I recommend ordering one size up from a standard men's/unisex t-shirt.