Lagaw Danalaig Recycled Kids Polo Shirt
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Lore Clothing Co is:
- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Keep the kids looking classy and colourful in these classic polos. Finished with a classic soft collar and two-button placket for smart-casual appeal, style the little ones in shorts/pants for playdates and family gatherings.
Made from recycled plastic bottles (100% Post-consumer recycled polyester), purchasing one of these polos will help to keep plastic out of landfills. Additional properties include moisture wicking, odour resistance and antimicrobial properties.
Style: Kids Polo Shirt
Fabric: 160gsm, 100% Post-consumer Recycled Polyester (rPET)
Washing: Cold machine wash with similar colours.
Story: Lagaw Danalaig
Artist: Robert Levi
The Dugong (Dhangal) plays a vital part in the ecosystems of the Northern Australian tropics. Used for its protein enriched meat and medicinal oils, dugongs are one of the major totems throughout the Torres Straits and coastal communities.
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SIZE CHART - Kids Polo
All measurements are in centimetres.
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Please note. Measurements can vary within 2.5cm, this is within our tolerance.
MEET THE ARTIST
Torres Strait Islander Kauraraig Man
Robert’s first memory of being artistic was from grade three when he took some chalk and drew a large Jurassic Park mural, it was from there that his passion for art and painting began. He creates art as a way of passing on stories, keeping culture alive and inspiring the younger generation.