ABORIGINAL ART MEN'S POLO SHIRTS
We have a wide assortment of aboriginal art polo shirts range to choose from, including unisex ensembles that are suitable for both men and women. An essential in any practical's wardrobe, our polos capture a unique essence that is exclusive to Yarn Marketplace. We have a wide range of styles to choose from, including polos with long sleeves. Our premium varieties are made out of a breathable, high quality bamboo charcoal fibre fabric, that is antibacterial and antifungal. They feature a sophisticated design that comes in solid colours with intricately placed, patterned blocks. Due to the natural constitution of bamboo fibres, they are charged with negative ions, which helps relax the mind and the body.
Easy wear comfortable aboriginal art polo shirts
All our aboriginal art polo range consist of soft collars and a timeless two-button placket and are sun-safe and outdoor-appropriate. All our polos will make for some great, low maintenance additions to your collection of everyday wear, given how they are not only easy to wear but are also easy to wash.
We have a large range of polos offered by Lore Clothing Co., that depicts some beautiful aboriginal art designs of Indigenous artists. As a company, Lore Clothing Co is passionate about bringing deep awareness about the Indigenous culture and its people through their designs. While they have something for everyone in the family, they take utmost care when creating their pieces to ensure that their designs are as comfortable as they are stylish.
We also carry several designs from Traka Outdoor in our men’s polos, including our unisex ensembles popular amongst our customers. Traka Outdoor’s aboriginal art designs also tell stories by first nations artists and are inspired by adventure and the beauty of Australian landscapes.
A percentage of every sale on this collection goes directly back to first nations artists and art centres, as such every purchase you make supports First Nations communities,
Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islander People and the continuation of Indigenous communities, art and culture of Australia.