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True Nature Tee

$45.00

Preorders have now closed and t-shirts will ship first week of February! If you missed out, join the waitlist. 

The True Nature tee is a reminder that going outside is a catalyst to look within.

Made from 100% Recycled Cotton and printed on our Scour Classic Trash Tee. This non-color color is raw and unbleached in all its earth-speckled glory, and has a really special texture to it.

Gender neutral in style, this t-shirt has a classic cut that errs on the side of easy when it comes to fit.

Proceeds from the True Nature Tee go to Hike Clerb!

Designer: Hike Clerb

Hike Clerb is an LA based intersectional womxn’s hike club and 501c(3) founded in 2017 by social activist, Evelynn Escobar-Thomas. Inspired to take action by the lack of representation of people of color in the outdoors, Hike Clerb was born as a radical solution to this issue and more. Hike Clerb is equipping womxn of color with the tools, resources, and experiences they need to collectively heal in nature from Los Angeles and beyond.

Details:

-Unisex
-18/1 100% Recycled Cotton jersey 

(the first of its kind!)
-Responsibly made in South Los Angeles
-Garment washed after it’s sewn
-Preshrunk and ready to wear

Size Chart: 

XS S M L XL 2XL
LENGTH 27" 28" 29" 30" 31" 32"
CHEST 34" 38" 42" 46" 50" 54"
SLEEVE 7.75" 8" 8.5" 8.5" 9" 9"

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EVERYBODY.WORLD & HIKE CLERB

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’As we work to heal the earth, the earth heals us.’ - Robin Wall Kimmerer

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founded in 2017

Hike Clerb is an LA based intersectional womxn’s hike club and 501c(3) started by social activist, Evelynn Escobar-Thomas. Inspired to take action by the lack of representation of people of color in the outdoors, Hike Clerb was born as a radical solution to this issue and more.
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physical (and now digital) hiking club

Hike Clerb is equipping womxn of color with the tools, resources, and experiences they need to collectively heal in nature from Los Angeles and beyond.
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The True Nature tee is a reminder that going outside is a catalyst to look within.