The modern outdoors woman can spot the “right” t-shirt from a mile away. She spends hours scouring the web and combing through thrift stores to find it. She knows all the makings of that special t-shirt: the texture, the smell, the fit, the way the light hits it when the sun starts to set. It’s versatile enough to be worn for a hike or to run errands, and comfortable enough to live in for a few days while on the road. That must-have tee has a casual finish with a borrowed-from-the-boys feel, which the modern outdoors woman makes all her own.
Everyday basics aren’t easy to execute, so we created a limited-edition SS16 capsule collection of hemp and organic cotton shirts with Jungmaven that embodies everything the modern outdoor woman needs. Each piece is made with the same natural fibers the American flag was sewn with and the Declaration of Independence was written on. That’s right, hemp, one of the most durable natural fibers on the planet cultivated with a low-impact on the environment. Made in the USA with globally sourced materials, the RANGEMAVEN three-quarter sleeve Raglan offers a relaxed fit and insanely soft hand, while the Baja 5 oz. tee provides a little more of a structured I-just-camped-in-the-desert-for-five-days feel. The RANGE flag seals the deal in our collaborative effort to create sustainable apparel that lasts.
These limited-edition t-shirts can be purchased directly from our webstore.
Photos by Chelsea Parrett and Jules Davies in Joshua Tree, CA.
Lisa Dougherty is a New York native, who now calls the PNW home. She enjoys crowd surfing, art, long drives, content creation and writing for RANGE.