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Joriki Yoga Mens Give Back Mantra Tee - Available in 3 Colors Men's Tees
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Mens Give Back Mantra Tee - Available in 3 Colors

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  • Regular price $39.00

    Description

    Vintage inspired mens v-neck t-shirt in buttery soft fabric, white ink on black fabric. The bold front type, which reads, “Look Forward, Give Back,” shows your commitment to global sustainability, and breathable material keeps you cool and comfortable.

    #LookForwardGiveBack

    A percentage of sales from our Mantra Tees goes to kiva.org which provides micro loans to impoverished women with entrepreneurial spirits

    Fit + Fabrication

    • Lightweight Modal 96% and rayon 4% spandex.
    • Wash cold, lay flat to dry. Runs true to size.

    Shipping + Returns

    If for any reason you’re not satisfied with your Joriki clothing, you may return or exchange your items within 14 days of the delivery date. Items must not be worn, washed or damaged, and they must be returned in the original condition with tags attached. US returns ship free with a prepaid shipping. Please contact info@joriki.com with your order number so we can send you a prepaid return label. 

    Returned items are shipped to:

    Joriki Returns

    2950 W Chicago Ave

    Suite 203

    Chicago, IL, 60622

    Reviews

    #LookForwardGiveBack

    Guatemala Legging: A percentage from each sale from the Guatemala print goes directly to Pencils of Promise.  Pencils of Promise believes that every child should have access to quality education.  They create schools, programs and global communities around the common goal of education for all.  Guatemala is an important community for Pencils of Promise, where they have built over 170 schools.

     

    Domingo Collection + Mantra Tees: A percentage from each sale from the Domingo Zapata line goes directly to Kiva.  Kiva is an international nonprofit, founded in 2005 and based in San Francisco, with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty.  By lending as little as $25 on Kiva, anyone can help a borrower start or grow a business, go to school, access clean energy or realize their potential.

     

    Sumba Warrior Collection: A percentage from each sale from the Sumba Warrior line goes directly to the Sumba Foundation.  The Sumba Foundation is deeply committed to lessening the consequences of poverty on the island of Sumba. Their aim is to provide humanitarian aid by fostering village-based projects that impact health (including access and malaria control), education, water and income-generation, while preserving and respecting the fragile culture and traditions of the Sumbanese people.

     

    Chicago: A percentage from each sale from the Chicago Flag print goes directly to Girl Forward, based in Chicago and Austin. Girl Forward is the first and only organization dedicated to creating opportunity for refugee girls who have been resettled in the U.S. from countries around the world.

     

    Texas: A percentage from each sale from the Texas Flag print goes directly to Girl Forward, based in Chicago and Austin. Girl Forward is the first and only organization dedicated to creating opportunity for refugee girls who have been resettled in the U.S. from countries around the world.

     

    Bukhara Collection - A percentage from each sale from the Bukhara Collection goes to  SPINNA Circle  to empower and support women entrepreneurs in fashion and textiles.

     

    Cirebon - A percentage from each sale from the Cirebon Collection goes to Bali WISE to empower marginalized women through skills education, as a means to develop sustainable communities in Indonesia.

     

    Kushutara - A percentage from each sale from the Kushutara Collection goes to AMICUS Foundation to help orphaned children, destitute families, disenfranchised women and imperiled cultures in Bhutan, Thailand, and the Himalayas. 

    Tibetan Prayer - A percentage from each sale of the Tibetan Prayer Flag Legging goes directly to the victims of the Nepal earthquake on April 25, 2015.