15% of sales from this shirt go to Save the Children's COVID-19 relief fund.
For the Month of May, 100% of sales went to Save the Children-- thank you for helping the first round of the shirt sell out and raise money for this wonderful cause.
Learn more about Save the Children and their coronavirus response here.
100% organic cotton terrycloth
The shirt features a custom label with the above art.
Red and white organic cotton terrycloth. Embroidered palm tree and hibiscus flower. White rubber buttons.
100% organic cotton terry cloth, carefully engineered to ensure lightweight comfort, breathability and ease of care. Organic terry cloth cotton uses less water than conventional cotton and no chemicals that can harm the environment and workers. Machine wash cold, and hang dry or tumble dry low. While we preshrink all of our fabric, cotton knit still has a tendency to shrink a small degree (~1-4%) on the first wash. To minimize shrinkage, avoid high heat dryers.
Free U.S. shipping available. Please allow 2 business days before shirts ship out: due to COVID-19, we typically fulfill 3 times a week instead of 5. At any point, feel free to inquire about an order or cancel an unshipped order for a full refund by emailing email@example.com.
We ship internationally, but if you're ordering to a country besides the U.S., there may be customs duties and Tombolo is not responsible for them. For more information, please check our shipping terms.
Our cabana shirts have a unisex sizing gradient. For men, fit is true to size. For women, order one size down: e.g., if you typically wear a M, order a size S Tombolo.
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