Made of 100% Tanguis Cotton.
A secret stash pocket is built into the hand pocket.
Perfect for freeing up your manos.
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Our 100% Cotton Tee Shirts are the Best in the West.
What makes a tee shirt a tee shirt? The Fabric. Plain and simple.
What are t-shirts usually made of? Polyester, wool, silk, or cotton to name a few, Usually though a combination of polyester and cotton. Polyester is plastic, often recycled from used water bottles. Our tees are made from 100% cotton, becasue we prefer natural fibers whenever possible, especially next to skin.
Perhaps one of the most important thing to consider, when considering a tee shirt, is comfort. Comfort is never overrated. And when it comes down to comfort, there are a couple of factors to consider: breathability, hand feel, and fit.
Breathability. Cotton breathes, so the heat our beautiful bodies produce has somewhere to go. Wearing cotton is like the joy of opening the window in a stuffy room or breathing the freshness of a rainstorm. Its poetic really.
Our tees fit. They fit not too snug or loose. Just right. They are designed to fit comfortably without looking frumpy or shabby. Looks don’t always matter, but when they do, we have you covered.
And when it comes down to hand feel, our 100% Pima Cotton Tees are otherworldly. Like you are transported to an alternate universe where t-shirts are made by multi-colored unicorns of supreme intelligence. Seriously though, touch one and you will be changed forever. Maybe not your personality disorder, but you might find yourself forgetting you are wearing anything at all, which may or may not be advantageous to your sense of self confidence.
Posted: June 14, 2022Categories: WESTERN STUFF
Montana in 1889
SR41 is a nod to the 41st state
SR41. Is it a reference to a ski locker number? The 41st county, McCone? Neither. It simply refers to Montana’s statehood history when it joined the union as the 41st state on November 8th, 1889.
Turns out, the nod to “41” brings us back to a fascinating time. During Harrison’s presidency, Montana joined the growing union right behind North and South Dakota’s simultaneous entries of 39th and 40th states (November 2nd, 1889). These lands had been mostly part of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, which stretched into modern day Canada.
Reading Montana 1889 newspapers on the Lewis and Clark Library’s microfiche reels, shows newspapers costing 5 cents, ads for “New York” priced ready-to-wear clothes, and scandal stories not suitable for children.
During this time, Montana’s residents were
Posted: May 23, 2022Categories: DESIGN
Wool and Bamboo | Natural Materials Make a Comeback
Why do we use wool and bamboo in our Skoltec Baselayers?
Have you ever introduced two friends that you knew would hit it off? It is like seeing a blind date quickly turn into a happy partnership. This could describe the new way of combining wool and bamboo to make fabric, used in our SKOLTEC base layers. Customers report that they love this product and wonder why these two textiles work well together. Let’s dig in.
Wool is a terrific material: it is environmentally friendly, thermoregulating (warm when you need it, cool when you don’t), and has a soft feel when it is a next-of-skin product like SKOLTEC base layer. Wool holds its shape well and lasts. Blending bamboo with wool is a more recent development in textiles and this combination has a good array of attributes.
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