Adult Unisex Tee (River Wonders - Dark)
Features & Measurements
- Classic Crew Neck
- Oversized, Unisex fit
- Drop shoulder
- Finishing (Ribbed Neckline, Four Thread Overlock for Seams)
MEASUREMENTS IN CM :
LENGTH (High Point Shoulder to Hem)
Jia Min is 160cm, wearing XS.
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.
“River Wonders” Print features these animals —
Capybara (River Wonders)
Capybaras, the largest rodents, are native to South America. While not listed as endangered, they face localized threats from habitat loss and hunting.
Chinese Softshell Turtle (River Wonders)
Chinese softshell turtles are freshwater turtles found in Asia. Some species face conservation concerns due to habitat destruction and overharvesting for the pet trade and traditional medicine. They may be listed as vulnerable or endangered.
Giant Panda (River Wonders)
Humans destroy, but humans can also choose to protect. Concerted conservation efforts have lifted the panda’s status from endangered to vulnerable. Having the pandas under human care contributes to valuable knowledge of the species, which can then be put to good use in conservation initiatives in the wild.
Green Anaconda (River Wonders)
The anaconda is known as the world’s heaviest snake based on its length-to-weight ratio. The biggest on record was 227 kg – the weight of three adult men! With a diameter of 30cm – an average person’s waistline – it has the greatest girth in proportion to length of any snake. This heavy-duty snake may be slow on land but it can move swiftly in water. It prefers to be in or near water, spending a large part of its time in the still waters that help hide and support its huge body. The hot, humid South American lowlands that make up its habitat offer excellent cover for this large snake. Females are typically much larger than males.
Jaguar (River Wonders)
The Jaguar, is a large feline species native to the Americas, known for its robust build and distinctive golden-yellow coat adorned with black rosettes and spots. Jaguars are listed as "Near Threatened" on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List. While they are not classified as endangered, jaguar populations face ongoing threats such as habitat loss, poaching, and conflicts with humans. Conservation efforts are crucial to ensuring the survival of these magnificent big cats and maintaining their ecological roles in their natural habitats.
Manatee (River Wonders)
Manatees spend 6-8 hours a day feeding on submerged and floating aquatic vegetation, which contain large amounts of roughage. River Wonders’ manatees chomp on similarly high-fibre and low-calorie Chinese cabbage, banana leaves and elephant grass. They are known as sea cows because they spend half of the day grazing on sea grass and aquatic plants. A manatee's daily food intake is typically 4-7% of its body weight. A 500kg manatee would eat 20-35kg of food in a day. Whenever a baby is born, River Wonders’ aquarists keep a close watch for 48 hours to ensure it is suckling well. Sadly, scientists are seeing more orphaned calves in the wild. Separated from their mothers by human disturbance, these calves have been found stranded on coasts and left to fend for themselves.
100% Pima Cotton
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• Do not bleach.
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• Professional cleaning is possible.