Women's Cotton Three Quarter Sleeve Boat Neck

Item # 9612 5oz - Ligthweight - Rib knit
$70.00

This superfine Pima Cotton Boat Neck  is made of the finest cotton the world has ever known. Grown sustainably in America, Pima is prized for it’s durability, softness, and ability to hold rich colors, wash after wash. Semi-fitted, three quarter sleeves, 5 oz rib knit. 

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Details

Superfine Pima long staple cotton invented by the Pima Indians of the America South West. - grown in San Joaquin Valley in California using low water and pesticide free growing methods. Commonly known as the cashmere of cotton for it's softness and durability.

Fitting & Care

Machine washable. Semi-fitted.

Technology
American made - Spun in Arkansas into yarn and knitted in lightweight soft jersey knit in North Carolina
 
Dye - Using direct dye methodology, primary and secondary waste treatment facilities and returns the water to the river cleaner than when it came in.
 
Long Staple - known for fineness, durability and superlative cotton yarn and fabric
 
Responsible growing, processing and dyeing methods.

American Jobs

From farm to you, 100% of our product process comes from American farms, factories and hands. We grow, manufacture, cut, sew, dye, launder and ship on American soil in American towns from Montana to Massachusetts to Maine.

Environmental Sustainability

We use wool from 100% American sheep ranches, operate a low carbon emission process in manufacturing, package with recycled materials, and are developing local retail distribution. Antimicrobial properties of wool require only occasional laundering to save on environmental impact.

Helping Others

We provide 10% of our profits and 5% of work time for volunteering to local environmental conservation, human need, arts, and education.

Passing It On

As “ethical entrepreneurs," we pass on to younger leaders how to use the free enterprise system to create goodness in responsible products and businesses while creating good for themselves. In two books and two businesses, we are passing on how to succeed with values-centered leadership in a socially responsible business model.