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John Muir Into the Wild T-Shirt

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$ 29.99

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"And into the forest I go, to free my mind and lose my soul." - John Muir.

In this John Muir Yosemite National Park inspired tribute tee-shirt, you'll see Muir's face transform into Yosemite Valley - a place he is known for preserving among many other wilderness areas. Muir's enthusiasm and spiritual outlook toward nature expressed in his writings have inspired residents and congressmen, and everyday people to take action to help preserve large nature areas. Has John Muir inspired you? Or maybe you've become inspired by one of the many places he's helped protect. Show off your love for this legend with this truly unique John Muir Into the Wild t-shirt.

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Width Length
Extra Small 33-35 27
Small 36-38 28
Medium 39-41 29
Large 42-44 30
XL 45-48 31
XXL 49-52 32
3XL 53-55 33
Poly Cotton Blend

This bi-blend combines the best of two fabrics into one attractive and incredibly soft crew neck tee. One of our most popular short sleeve shirts for good reason – it just always seems to have that perfect fit. Standard Fit.

Materials

60% Combed Ringspun Cotton
40% Polyester

Washing Instructions

Always wash inside-out in cold water on a delicate cycle. Liquid detergent if possible. Air-drying is highly recommended.

Wild Tribute donates 4% of its proceeds (revenues not profits) to support our parks, forests, and public lands. With your support, our "4 the Parks" donations are approaching $1,000,000. This is our "Wild Tribute".

Together, we funded the construction of bear boxes in Yellowstone. We supported the ongoing demands of trail maintenance in the Grand Canyon. We helped facilitate the Condor Project in Zion. We enriched the Junior Ranger Program at Crater Lake. We contributed to the efforts of planting 50 million trees in our National Forests. Among a long list of other contributions, we also have contributed to initiatives lending to the well-being of our State Parks and various other public lands.

Read more about our "Wild Tribute" here...

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