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Adult Unisex Tee (Night Safari - Light)

$91.00
$91.00
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FEATURES:
- Classic Crew Neck
- Oversized, Unisex fit
- Drop shoulder
- Finishing (Ribbed Neckline, Four Thread Overlock for Seams)

This design also comes in a black based tee Night Safari - Dark.
Check out other prints here.

MEASUREMENTS IN CM :

SIZE

CHEST

SLEEVE LENGTH

CUFF

LENGTH (High Point Shoulder to Hem)

XS

104

18

34

65

S

110

20

36

68

M

116

22

38

71

L

124

23.5

40

74

XL

132

25

42

75.5

XXL

140

26.5

44

76.5

Sara-Ann is 171cm, wearing S.

The Story

Elevate your everyday style with our 100% Pima Cotton Tees, a harmonious blend of comfort, sustainability, and wildlife inspiration. Embrace the timeless appeal of the classic crew neck, enhanced by an effortlessly chic oversized, unisex fit with a drop shoulder silhouette. Whether you choose the serene Ecru base or the bold Black base, each tee tells a story inspired by the wonders of Mandai Wildlife Reserves.

Message from Afton, founder and designer of Reckless Ericka:

It is a dream come true for us to collaborate with Mandai Wildlife Reserve because we are at the Mandai Wildlife Reserve parks almost every week since my son was 6 months old!

My son grew up loving the animals and the beautiful Mandai Wildlife Reserve parks, and because I am biased, I have selected his favourite animals to be featured on the designs. We have 5 different prints inspired by the different parks and the heart behind the designs is to capture the childlike wonder for the parks. My son always points out details that we miss out or don’t focus on. And it is a reminder to myself to never lose this sense of wonder.

We are also deeply committed to sustainability.
Our unisex adult and kids Cuban shirts and scarves are crafted from OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100 Linen and our unisex adult and children tees are made from SUPIMA Cotton. Every thread, button and other accessories, has been tested for harmful substances and that the garment therefore is harmless for human health. Major plus point, they feel luxurious and are really comfortable.

Beyond the materials, we’ve partnered with factories with ethical practices audited by the International Standards Organization (ISO), just as we do with our regular collections.

The Print

Night Safari” Print features these animals —

Asian Elephant (Night Safari & Singapore Zoo)

Females form herds of related cows and their calves, led by a matriarch, which is usually the eldest. Bull elephants may join a herd short-term to mate. All the elephants at the Mandai Wildlife Reserve are females. Mandai Wildlife Reserve provides key support for the mitigation of human-elephant conflicts (HEC) in Way Kambas National Park, Indonesia. To mitigate HEC, Elephant Response Units (ERUs) of trained elephants and their mahouts form forest patrols, herding wild elephants away from farmland and back to the protected areas.

Fennec Fox (Night Safari)

Fennec Foxes are small desert foxes native to North Africa. They are not currently listed as endangered. However, their populations may be impacted by habitat degradation and the exotic pet trade.

Malayan Flying Fox (Night Safari & Singapore Zoo)

Flying foxes are threatened by over-hunting and deforestation. They are hunted as exotic meat and also consumed as a traditional cure for asthma. Previously, it was thought that flying foxes eat up the flowers of the durian tree and many orchard owners set up nets to trap them. Studies using camera traps have confirmed that these bats are probably the most effective pollinators for durian trees. Pollen sticks to their fur as they feed on the nectar, and is transferred when they move off to feed on the flowers of another tree. If flying foxes were to go extinct one day, so might durians. That alone is reason enough to conserve them.

Malayan Tapir (Night Safari)

The Malayan tapir has a dramatic coat pattern, often referred to as the "saddle" pattern because of its position and shape. The front half of their body and hind legs are black, while the sides are white. This breaks up its outline and creates an illusive vision of a boulder. Many rainforest animals are threatened by deforestation, habitat degradation, and the illegal wildlife trade. You, too, can do your part to protect animals like the Malayan Tapir by making a conscious choice as a consumer to only buy forest-friendly products.

Tasmanian Devil (Night Safari)

The Tasmanian devil has held the title of being the world’s largest carnivorous Marsupial for over 80 years. Prior to 1936, the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world was the thylacline, commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger. The thylacline is a distant relative of the Tasmanian devil and was over twice its size! Tasmanian devils are severely threatened by a contagious cancer called devil facial tumour disease (DFTD).  Since the disease was discovered in 1996, the population of the devils has declined by 80%. The cancer is spread when they bite each other, as they do during both mating and fighting. The facial tumours that grow prevent the Tasmanian devils from eating.

Material

100% Pima Cotton

Washing Instructions

How to Wash and Care for Cotton:

• Avoid hand washing or soaking, as it weakens fibers. Use a laundry bag for machine washing at 30°C with low spin.

• Do not bleach.

• Air dry cotton garments. Avoid tumble drying to prevent shrinkage or fiber damage. Iron on low heat on the reverse side.

• Avoid leaning or sitting on rough surfaces to prevent friction and snagging for cotton garments.

• Professional cleaning is possible.

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