Slub cotton gets its name from those naturally textured highs and lows you'll see throughout the fabric—it looks and feels lived-in from the get-go. With its roots in ancient textile traditions (the earliest examples of tie-dye date back to AD 500), tie-dye exploded in popularity in the 1960s thanks to the psychedelic movement. The expressive style is back—think of of this as your go-to tee for days that end in y.
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