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POW Topography Logo T-Shirt

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true green
Color: true green
Size: XXL Size Chart
Color: true green
Size: XXL
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Inspired by the topography that makes up some of our favorite landscapes, POW supporter, artist Damon Redd, created this custom take on the POW logo. 90% of proceeds from all sales of this shirt directly fund POW’s advocacy work.

  • 50% Polyester, 38% Cotton, 12% Rayon Eco-Jersey Fabric
  • Standard Fit
  • Crew
Artwork By
  • Damon Redd
  • Contains Recycled and Organic Materials

About POW - Protect Our Winters is a global nonprofit fighting climate change by engaging and mobilizing the outdoor sports community.

POW and Tactics - In support of POW’s important work, Tactics warehouses and fulfills all online orders for POW merchandise, sending 90% of all purchases directly to POW. The remaining 10% helps partially offset some of our direct costs such as shipping, packaging, and credit card processing fees. Through March 2019, this partnership has generated nearly $500,000 to help further POW’s mission.

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Look cool while doing good.
by Alex K in Virginia (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/15/2018
Protect Our Winters POW Topography Logo T-Shirt - black
I love topo maps, I love snow and I love Protect Our Winters - so this is basically the perfect t-shirt. Size runs a bit small, fit is slim, so select your size appropriately. Lightweight, soft material, very comfy.

Spread the love, support POW, look cool. Free high fives to anyone I see wearing POW gear on the street.
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Nice quality - athletic fit
by Dave
Posted on 1/1/2017
Protect Our Winters POW Topography Logo T-Shirt
I would normally wear a medium but sized up to a large with this one. Fits how I would expect a standard fit medium to fit (I'm 6' and 160lbs). So, best to consider it an "athletic fit" and size accordingly. Got the green and it's darker than what's shown. Less minty for sure.
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Asked by Rob on 6/27/2017
Would you consider this a Kelly Green or is it darker?
Answered by Graig A (Tactics Employee) on 6/29/2017
This would be closer to a kelly green than a darker green
1 person has found this answer helpful

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