Women's Clearance / Gran Theft Eco tee
Organic cotton t-shirts are softer, kind to skin and more comfy. We make ours in an ethical, wind powered factory too. You can slip on our flattering basics knowing where it came from and how it was made.
It's a different world to the fast-fashion, don't care culture on the high street: buying like they're playing a computer game. Gran Theft Eco is our softest, comfiest middle-finger-in-the-air to fashion couch potatoes.
This Organic Cotton T-shirt was made in a windpowered, Fair Wear Foundation audited factory and is printed on 100% Organic Cotton. It was transported by ship, not air. Printed with phthalate-free inks and hand-finished in the UK.
Screen Printed in England on a Certified 100% Organic Cotton t-shirt (155g/m2) / Made in a Fair Wear Foundation member factory / Low Carbon / GM Free / Hand Printed & Finished in the UK / Printed with Phthalate-Free inks / Cool Wash, Hang Dry.
Social and Environmental Certification (applies to plain garment only, print may not apply):
Printed on a GOTS & Soil Association Certified Organic Cotton product
Ethically Manufactured by a member of FairWear Foundation
Made in a Wind Powered factory
Hand Finished in the U.K.
Pioneering Lifecycle Footprinting Research (PAS2050)
About our Gran Theft Eco tee
This traceability map shows the supply chain of our organic cotton jersey and fleece products, which make up the majority of our sales.
The Organic cotton is plucked in Ahmedebad, North-Western India - and transported to a local ginning factory by a camel. The ginned cotton is taken by truck then cut and sewn in Coimbatore in the South. Both factories are members of Fair Wear Foundation and powered by vestas wind turbines. The products are shipped from Tuticorin to Felixstowe, and then trucked to Plymouth where they are printed using phtalate free inks, and hand finished with trims, using labels made locally. The finished product is shipped to, and dispatched from, Rapanui HQ on the Isle of Wight.
It is impossible to make an ethical choice if you don’t know where clothing comes from and how it is made. Very few people do these days, even high-street stores themselves. At Rapanui you can investigate the whole supply chain and find out the details about where this item was made, who made it, and how it got here, from Seed to shop. It is called traceability.
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