Back for another year of funky freshness, Ellen Stryker blessed us with another round of hand dyed radness! Ellen hand dyed every one of these t-shirts, meaning each one has its own unique print and may vary from how it's seen here.
We met Ellen skiing on Teton Pass in Wyoming, where she still spends her winters. Not only is she a kick ass skier, but also she's incredibly creative. For this year's batch of Stryker Tees, each shirt was hand-dyed over the kitchen stove. They were dyed with Quebracho, a tree bark native to South America, and iron. Natural dyes will fade with excessive washing, so please wash sparingly and store out of direct sunlight.
Material: Heavyweight, 100% Pre-Shrunk Cotton
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Good shirt, misleading print
The tie dye pattern of the shirt I received looks nothing like the photo. I understand the description said there is some variance, but the shirt I got is one solid color, and purple! I still like it, fits well and true to size, did not shrink when I washed it. Just disappointed at how different it looks in color and pattern compared to the picture. I wish they'd put photos of multiple shirts up so I had a better idea of what to expect.
Sorry to hear the shirt didn't come out how you expected! Have no fear, we are here to make things right for you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get a new one in the mail for you.
Awesome long sleeve. 4 stylin’ on and off the slopes.