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T-SHATI NEGRO

T-SHATI NEGRO

Regular price €34,00 EUR
Regular price Sale price €34,00 EUR
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SIZES
S-XXL
Size
QTY
S
21
M
30
L
27
XL
17
XXL
0

Our contemporary take on the bohemian spirit. This button-down shirt with a wide collar and elbow-length sleeves promises to be the star of the beach club. Crafted from organic cotton for unparalleled softness, lightness, and strength, it is the perfect expression of effortless sophistication. Its relaxed silhouette adapts gently to movement and brings a sense of freshness. An essential staple of new luxury that takes on character with 100% Benibeca colors, a custom-made palette for our pieces.

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ORGANIC PIMA COTTON

To reduce our carbon footprint and support the sustainable practices of small farmers from different ethnic groups, we use organic Pima cotton. This variety is the softest, strongest, and least polluting on the market.

ORGANIC CERTIFICATION

We manufacture our garments with Naturtex organic cotton. This company was the first to obtain this certification for the Pima variety. Endorsed with the Global Organic Textile Standard, they are also Fair Trade certified.

LOW IMPACT DYEING

The colors of the T-shirts have been obtained through a low environmental impact dyeing process. This process limits the emission of chemicals that are harmful to the environment and people, such as carcinogens and heavy metals, among others.

The best organic cotton in the world

With better features than Egyptian cotton, the organic Pima variety is famous for its strength and softness. It is grown in the Peruvian city of Piura, whose climatic conditions and soil type have developed the unrivaled quality of Pima cotton.

The cleanest t-shirt with incan know-how

We have worked on this piece long before the yarns were created. Our designer personally traveled to Peru to find what would become the fabric for our exclusive T-shirts. We know exactly where our cotton comes from, from the seeding to the harvesting of the crop, previously assigned to Benibeca, and the spinning of unique and exclusive fabric. A process carried out by native farmers and artisans based on Inca wisdom.