A-231, Deep Black
Delivery 2-3 business days | Free shipping | Free return
Delivery 2-3 working days | Free shipping | Free return
The best Pima cotton quality
Our jersey fabric is made in long staple Pima cotton, which is one of the finest cotton types in the world. Unlike regular cotton, Pima cotton is a finer type of cotton that is twice as strong, which gives the shirt an extra long life.
The fabric is woven in a special Interlock weave that provides comfort and stretch and is treated with a patented treatment that prevents the fabric from fluffing over time.
Our jersey fabric is of the highest quality and is certified with Oeko Tek and BCI.
155gr soft interlock weaving.
100% soft Pima cotton (Long Staple Cotton).
Patented mercerized treatment.
Buttons in Mother of Pearl.
Designed in Denmark, produced in Portugal.
The model is 186 cm tall and is wearing a size Medium.
Machine wash 30 degrees
We offer free shipping on all customers over DKK 500 in Denmark.
When you shop with us, you will never be asked to pay for the exchange of an item, it think we are good service!
You do not have to worry about whether you can send your goods back or not. We offer a 30 day return policy!
Where is the textile produced?
Tintex is a market-leading textile manufacturer, located north of Porto in Portugal, which has a special focus on sustainable production.
At Tintex, they ensure that the textile for our polo shirts is produced according to strict environmental standards and certifications, including BCI (The Better Cotton Initiative), REACH and Oeko-TexStandard 100.
BCI (The Better Cotton Initiative)
The BCI-program works towards establishing global principles and criteria for cotton growers and retailers. The BCI certification standard focuses on pesticide reduction and water consumption.
The International Oeko-Tex Association is an independent certification system for textiles, which is the world's leading health label. The certification sets requirements for the content of chemical substances that are harmful to the consumer's health.
The REACH-Regulation was introduced by the EU in 2007. The purpose is to improve the protection of people and the environment against the risks posed by chemicals. REACH is responsible for the registration, evaluation, approval and restriction of chemicals.