Wolf - Unisex Coast Salish T-Shirt

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You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite!

• 100% ring-spun cotton
• Sport Grey is 90% ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester
• Dark Heather is 65% polyester, 35% cotton
• 4.5 oz/y² (153 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the center

Size guide

  S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Length (inches) 28 29 ¼ 30 ¼ 31 ¼ 32 ½ 33 ½
Width (inches) 18 20 22 24 26 28

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You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite! 

  • 100% ring-spun cotton
  • Sport Grey is 90% ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester
  • Dark Heather is 65% polyester, 35% cotton
  • 4.5 oz/y² (153 g/m²)
  • Pre-shrunk
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
  • Quarter-turned to avoid crease down the center
  • Blank product sourced from Bangladesh, Honduras, Haiti, Mexico, or Nicaragua

Printed and Fulfilled in North America

"There are many stories about wolves and each person and tribe seems to have their own. The wolf's positive characteristics are a strong sense of family and the responsibility to provide for it's family. The wolf is both a hunter/provider and the protector of family and territory."

After attending school in Victoria, Doug completed a college course in Fine Arts. Shortly after, he worked in the logging industry on Vancouver Island for several years. A visit to Simon Charlie at his workshop in Koksilah, BC rekindled a desire to pursue the arts. Doug studied under Simon and broadened his range of work in the Coast Salish style. Some of Doug's top artistic accomplishments include a Salish Welcome Figure, presented to Queen Elizabeth at the Opening Ceremonies of the XV Commonwealth Games in Victoria, as well as a commission to paint a Thunderbird and Killerwhale Dance Screen backdrop to be used at the Lauwelnew Tribal School Cultural Village. In 2004, Doug - in collaboration with Charles Elliott - carved two 30-foot totem poles for Buchart Gardens' 100th anniversary celebration.

More art by Doug LaFortune