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Freeset Signature Tee

Item # 43849

$21.00 $10.80
Provides 50 meal(s) for those in need!
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Wear with pride the signatures of the women rescued from human trafficking by Freeset in Kolkata, India. Freeset tees are made by women who were once marginalized and trapped by poverty and prostitution. Freeset has given them an alternative -- and a way to freedom. Each tee bears the names of the courageous women who make them!

  • 100% certified organic cotton
  • Fitted cut
  • Machine wash warm; tumble dry medium
  • Made in & fairly traded from India

Fit NoteGarment Measurements:

Sizing in inches / cmChest (around)Waist
S32-32 / 76-8126-28 / 66-71
M32-34 / 81-8628-30 / 71-76
L36-38 / 91-9632-34 / 81-86
XL40-42 / 101-10736-38 / 91-97

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Customer Reviews

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- April 22, 2016
Soft, comfortable shirt, and I especially like that it represents a meaningful cause.

- September 11, 2015
The fabric is amazingly soft. I wanted a large but only saw small or medium. I'm 5'2" the nedium fit very well. I will get a large or xl when they are back in stock

- August 30, 2014
I agree with all of the other reviews--nice fit. I'm about 5'1" and the length was not a problem for me (ordered a medium). The fabric is super nice and the design is lovely and significant- good buy!

- June 30, 2013
Soft, comfortable, and supports a great cause! What's better than that!

- April 29, 2013
Love this. I bought another one so I've got one to wear while the other is in the wash.

- April 28, 2013
Comfortable, well made, good fit, I wear this with pride!

- January 1, 2013
Great looking shirt with a great social justice message. Fits well, good quality product

- December 1, 2012
Great fit, comfortable and beautiful! This shirt makes a great conversation starter to introduce people into the world of fair trade goods, and to point out that human trafficking is still alive in the world -- and that there is something we can each do to fight it!

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