Kids Depanneur T-shirt - Organic cotton
The word “dépanneur” was coined in Quebec to designate small corner stores open late in the evening. These convenience stores have been in the Montreal landscape for a long time, allowing people to pick up food or necessities just around the corner when larger shops are closed. Many Montreal English-speakers have even adopted the abbreviated term, “dep.”
- Dark gray: 50% Organic Cotton. 50% Recycled Polyester.
- Red: 100% Organic Cotton.
- Made in Canada.
- Very comfortable and high quality T-shirt
- Hand screen printed in Canada. A good print on a great T-shirt.
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Soft and comfortable
Our T-shirts are made from organic cotton and recycled polyester in a variety of nice colors. Our PLB exclusive tshirts are super soft and feature a more lasting weave than the competition. Best of all, our T-shirts contain no toxic or harmful chemicals, making it great for those with sensitive skin! Our high quality T-shirts are preshrunk, so they do not shrink in the wash. They will be the softest and coziest T-shirts your kids will ever own and they will last for many years!
Local manufacturing and ethics
Our T-shirts are made in Canada, by unionized employees with good working conditions.
Composed of organic cotton and recycled polyester, each PLB T-shirt helps to clean up our environment by removing up to five plastic bottles from the environment.
Our organic cotton fabrics follow the organic content standard (OCS). This certification verifies the presence and quantity of organic materials in a final product and tracks the flow of the raw material from its source to the final product. The OCS 100 covers the processing, manufacture, packaging, labelling, trade and distribution of a product, to ensure that it contains at least 95% of certified "organic" materials.
PLB compensates for its ecological footprint by supporting the organization Arbre-Évolution, an organization that specializes in tree planting and ecosystem restoration.