Short Sleeve Raglan Fleece Sherpa Sweatshirt in Spacesuit White By Jungmaven
"Made the impossible possible and created an even softer version of our Raglan Fleece Sweatshirt. Wear it all day and then roll it up as a pillow to dream about snowy mountain summits"
- Men should size up
- Reversed for textured fleece sherpa on the outside
- Raglan sleeve that hits just above elbow
- Ribbed cuffs and bottom hem
- Fits comfortably over a t-shirt or as a single layer
Material: Fleece, 55 Hemp/45 Organic Cotton
Hemp Fabric Care:
HEMP WILL TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOU, ESPECIALLY IF YOU TAKE GOOD CARE OF IT.
Here are our suggested guidelines for taking best care of your hemp garments:
- Machine wash cool, gentle with like colors, tumble dry, low heat.
- Do not use bleach or other use cleaners like oxi-clean or products with enzymes. Do not use spot spray laundry cleaners.
- Take care not to wash with garments with zippers or velcro or towels with texture as this will cause abrasion and pilling.
JUNGMAVEN WAS BORN OUT OF ACTIVISM.
As a student at Central Washington University, Robert Jungmann camped in the Pacific Northwest woods and saw firsthand the damage caused by clear cutting. In the classroom, he learned that industrial hemp could combat deforestation.
Trees, cut to make paper and other products, take decades to grow back. Hemp regenerates in months, helps maintain clean water and air, anchors and aerates the soil, produces oxygen, and consumes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
From that awareness, Rob asked himself, how could he bring hemp to everybody? It had to be simple and personal, something that everyone needs – a tee.
Rob built JUNGMAVEN on simplicity and sustainability. The 100% Hemp Tee and Baja Tee, arose from that ethos. Both are sewn in the USA, structured yet relaxed, breathable, soft and go with anything. JUNGMAVEN is sold globally, stocked in boutiques across North America, Europe and Asia.
In 2010, Rob launched HEMP 2020, a campaign to raise awareness around the positive environmental impacts of hemp farming. He sees hemp’s potential to mitigate climate change as one of the greatest opportunities of our generation.