Make your day epic with the latest addition to our collection - the Iconic Slogan Organic Cotton T-shirt from the Eco-Collection. And best of all, it's printed on demand in a renewable energy powered factory.
This t-shirt's design came from the Samaritans Real People, Real Stories campaign, which shares the stories of men who have been through tough times to encourage others to seek help when they need it. Please read more about it below.
Our products and packaging are made from natural materials, not plastics. Every product is designed to be sent back to us when it is worn out.
We make new products from the material we recover, and the cycle itself is renewable. Our products can be returned and remade again and again and again.
A pure material makes remanufacturing possible, and means products that are softer, and harmless to the environment.
- Products designed to be remade again
- No plastic, just organic cotton
- We remake new products from material
Please note these t-shirts are printed on demand and if ordered with other items will arrive separately subject to separate delivery costs. Due to these being print-on-demand items are unable to accept returns unless the are quality issues and or you have received an incorrect size.
Chest: Measure all round your chest just below your armpits.
Waist: Measure round your waistline, where your trousers would button up.
Height: Your natural height.
If you fall between the sizes, go for the larger of the two.
Circular Economy Organic Cotton T-shirt. Made from 50% post-consumer remanufactured organic cotton / 50% organic cotton, 160gsm. Wash cool, hang dry. GM free. Not tested on animals. Does not contain animal-derived products. Made in a renewable energy powered factory audited for a wide range of social and sustainability criteria.
"When I told my group friends what I was going through, a few of them put their hands up and told me they knew exactly how I felt, which is why it’s so important to talk to people and get help when you need it. All three of us could have helped each other. We talk a lot now.
"If you’re going through a tough time, the best thing you can do is talk and share it. Sometimes its ok not to be ok, but things can always get better and there are so many more options. Facing your problems is hard and terrifying but it’s much better to get help and get better. Talk about how you feel.
"If sharing my story helps even just one person, then that’s all I could hope for.”
Ollie shared a message which he wrote on a board and we displayed across the country: ‘Sometimes it’s alright not to be alright’.