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LAX Tee for Her - Red 1.0

LAX Tee for Her - Red 1.0

Regular price $30.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $30.00 CAD
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Your THC Tee:

  • 100% soft ring spun cotton (the yarn goes through an innovative spinning process that’s designed to soften and straighten each fiber – which essentially means it’s super soft, durable and comfortable)
  • Modern classic fit
  • Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems


Your tee will be custom made for you here in Montreal once you place your order.

As such, it can take up to five business days for your order to be dispatched for shipping.

Yes, we know - you want it NOW! We'll get it out the door as soon as we can - we promise!


Size guide:

The best way to select a size is to take your favourite garment, lay it flat and check the measurements.

Compare those measurements with our size guide and choose the one that matches best.


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Tee History 101:

Originally designed as an undergarment, the t-shirt has transformed into the most ubiquitous item in apparel — a staple in the wardrobe of just about everyone.

The first manufactured t-shirt was invented between the Spanish-American War in 1898, and 1913 when the U.S. Navy began issuing them as standard undershirts.

Though the t-shirt was created in the early 20th century, it was rare to see it worn as anything other than an undershirt.

Then came Marlon Brando and James Dean.

In 1950, Marlon Brando famously donned a white t-shirt as Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire, only to be followed by James Dean in 1955's Rebel Without a Cause. Thanks to these two founding fathers, the popularity of the t-shirt as a stand-alone outerwear garment skyrocketed.

Not only was the t-shirt as an outer-garment becoming acceptable, but it was also being associated with a movement of rebellion.

In the 1970’s, rising popularity in rock band logos, along with protests of the Vietnam War, really helped solidify the t-shirt as a messaging platform.

The New York Times perhaps said it best, when in 1973 they dubbed the T-shirt as “the medium for the message”.

The message behind our tees is simple, cannabis rocks!


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