Dancing Kaʻupu Unisex Tee, Plastic Free, 100% No Sweatshops
The Kaʻupu, or blackfoot albatross, is the only dark albatross of the northern Pacific Ocean, these large seabirds nest primarily in the Hawaiian Islands and wander widely across the northern Pacific for most of the year. The Kaʻupu has a keen sense of smell, which it uses to locate food across vast expanses of ocean and drinks seawater; excreting any excess salt through glands above its eyes.
Black-footed albatross are monogamous. The majority of their nests are located near beaches where both the male and female will take turns to incubate their egg.
Our Dancing Kaʻupu Tee is soft, fitted and comfortable for both men and women.
• 100% Cotton, Plastic Free
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Becomes very soft after the first wash
• Designed in Hawaiʻi printed in North America
Size guide - Imperial (US)
|Width (inches)||16 ½||18||20||22||24||26||28|
Size guide - Metric (...the rest of the world)