Certified Organic Cotton. Sweatshop-free.
S–2XL. 3 colors. $39.
|Fabric:||100% certified organic cotton ribbed jersey knit. Soft & cozy.|
|Made in:||Europe. Sweatshop-free.|
No heavy metals or harsh chemicals were used in production.
|Care Instructions:||Machine wash the Organic Cotton Tank Top in warm water (for Natural) or cold water (for colors) with mild, biodegradable detergent. Lay flat to dry. You can also machine dry them on low-gentle cycle. No bleach (however, most oxygen- and hydrogen-peroxide-based whiteners are OK to use).|
The RG1070 Organic Cotton Yoga Tank Top is made by Rawganique from finely ribbed certified organic cotton jersey knit that is soft, comfy, and cozy. It's perfect for yoga as well as for everyday wearing. Chemical-free and sweatshop-free. Made in Europe. No heavy metals or harsh chemicals whatsoever were used in the manufacturing process.
The elegant structure of the RG1070 Organic Cotton Yoga Tank Top is designed to facilitate movement. The cutaway sleeves stay out of the way, yet provide coverage and structure for the body of the tank top. The finely ribbed organic cotton jersey is especially made to be soft, cozy, and stretchy: to follow the contours of your body as you stretch and flow.
We were in Mae Hong Son, Thailand, recently and came upon a magical scene on one of the peaks of Mae Hong Son's many hills that inspired a deep sense of peace and tranquility in us. Backlit by the setting sun, 8 people practiced yoga in unison; their movements were fluid, flowing, connected — there was a palpable energy of shared love, conviction, and commitment in the air. The image of their silhouettes against the fiery hues of dusk was so memorable and powerful it has inspired us to create a whole new line of organic cotton and hemp yoga wear for practitioners. All are sustainably made, pure, and sweatshop-free, of course.
"It takes one quarter of a pound of chemicals to produce one conventional cotton T-shirt. Conventional cotton fabric is processed with formaldehyde and chlorine bleach, which give rise to dioxin, a known carcinogen." Read more.