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Wild Tribute Sol Youth T-Shirt

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$ 24.99

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Our logo looks pretty cool against the back drop of the sun, don't you think?

Dare we say our favorite symbol of all time? A symbol for stewardship, adventure, and a genuine love for our parks, forests, and public lands. At minimum, we hope our Bison Logo inspires you to get outside and becomes synonymous with giving back. It's soft, comfortable and might just be your new favorite!

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Width Length Age
XS 26-28 19 4-5
Small 30-32 21 6
Medium 34-36 22 7-8
Large 36-38 24 10-12
XL 38-40 25 14-16

When it comes to your little one, you want a shirt that provides comfort and breathability. That's why we've searched high and low for the perfect, soft t-shirt that won't irritate your child's skin. Our youth t-shirt is a 60/40 blend of the perfect fabric combo-- ringspun cotton and polyester. This shirt is sure to move and groove with your adventurer while feeling light with a relaxed fit.

Our most popular short sleeve shirt for good reason – it always seems to fit just right. Standard fit for maximum fun.

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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