Edo-period Ukiyo-e Master, Yoshitoshi, portrays a female abalone diver, known as an "ama" in Japanese, engaged in a dramatic struggle with a formidable octopus underwater.
The ama were skilled free-divers who harvested seafood like abalones, pearls, and other marine delicacies without the use of modern diving equipment. They were predominantly women and played a significant role in the coastal communities of Japan.
This unisex essential tee fits like a beloved favorite. Each panel is individually printed, cut, and sewn to ensure a flawless graphic. Featuring a cotton feel, and high-definition printing that won't fade after washing.
• Cut-and-sewn for a perfect print
• Premium jersey: 190gsm micropoly material
• High-definition printing that lasts for generations
• Exclusive Vajrayana and Tantric Buddhist T-shirts
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We're doing our part to reduce plastic bottles in landfills, ocean contamination, and air pollution. Recycled micropoly materials reduce the use of petroleum, CO2 emissions and freshwater consumption by up to 30%.
This strong, durable synthetic fabric retains its shape and dries quickly. Colors never fade with washing.
Located along the sides, reinforced seams retain the shirt's original shape longer, for many years of enjoyment.
Each panel is individually printed, cut, and sewn to ensure a flawless design without imperfections.
Twill reinforcement strips stabilizes the shoulder seams and back to prevent stretching.
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold and tumble dry on low heat. Please don't dry clean, iron, or bleach.
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