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Unisex I Hate Climbing Tee

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  • 1% for the Planet
  • B Corp
  • Organic Cotton
  • Repreve

Lenzing Tencel

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Organic Cotton

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Repreve

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I Hate Climbing is a brand for climbers, by climbers. Climbers that understand that sometimes you need to really embrace the suck to make it to the top of a tough route. "I Hate Climbing" is a mantra that most climbers can understand: Sometimes, we hate the climb but love the top out. This t-shirt, made with a triblend of organic cotton, recycled PET, and Tencel, is a way to join a community of climbers that understand that climbing can really suck sometimes, but it's always worth it!

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Sustainability Features

Origin

  • Fabric spun, knit, processed and finished in the USA

Materials

  • 50% Repreve Recycled Polyester, 25% Organic Cotton, 25% Tencel

End of Life

  • Donate

Certifications

  • EarthHero is a member of 1% for the Planet, donating 1% of our sales to environmental non-profits
  • EarthHero offsets our shipping emissions via Carbonfund, planting trees and reforestating the USA
  • EarthHero is a Certified B Corp, meeting rigorous third party standards for transparency and environmental performance

Packaging

  • Ships in packaging made with recycled content
  • All shipping packaging is recyclable

Made Without

  • Organic cotton grown without added pesticides, GMOs, or chemicals

Product Specifications

Product Care

  • Machine wash cold, tumble dry on low

Additional Features

  • Tri-blend unisex tee made from a soft, flexible blend of Repreve, organic combed cotton, and TENCEL Modal
  • Each shirt utilizes 6 recycled water bottles
  • Spun, knitted, and processed in the USA with low-impact dyes
  • Unisex refined fashion fit with tapered sleeves

Returns

  • Unworn, undamaged items in their original packaging can be returned within 30 days

Specifications

  • Unisex Sizing

Shipping Info

  • Ships within 1 business day

About the Company

I Hate Climbing

"I Hate Climbing is a brand created by climbers. We stand for the athletes and hobbyists that are determined to send their projects by any means necessary. Most of these means are fueled by a pure "Frick!!!" when you fall short. The blood, sweat, more blood, and tears are worth every send. Sometimes, we hate the climb but love the top out." -Founder Maria Del Rio

I Hate Climbing believes in sustainability and comfort for climbing as well! As a small start up, I Hate Climbing works with local eco-friendly businesses to help get their name out there. They would eventually like to turn this brand's profits into charity donations for championships that support feminine ethnic diversity in the sport. As a Panamanian that spent over a year in Central America while climbing, founder Maria can say that it's tough for women to break into the sport!

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