ARTSAKH Established 189 BC
Organic Cotton Tee
Experience the luxurious comfort of our elegantly crafted ARTSAKH organic cotton tee. This will quickly become the tee you want to live in every day!
(ITEMS WILL SHIP IN SEPTEMBER, AS WE ARE IN ARMENIA THROUGH AUGUST)
Redesigned from the original tees to have a lower environmental impact and a more regular fit, our "ARTSAKH Established 189 BC" shirts are made from organic ring-spun cotton which means the fabric is more durable than regular cotton but still breathes and feels really soft on your skin. And, no need to worry for those whose skin is as sensitive as our earth, because this fabric is grown and harvested without any pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or other harmful chemicals.
These tees also have the Window into QAMI JAN logo printed on the right sleeve.
- White tee
- Light/Medium-weight fabric
- 100% certified organic ring-spun cotton
- Regular-to-slim fit (order a size up if you prefer a looser fit)
- Unisex sizing (see size chart)
- Imported (Made in Mexico)
Our commitment to the world we live in:
- The fabric of this product is certified by OCS (Organic Content Standard) and GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)
- The fabric of this product is OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified and PETA-Approved Vegan
- We pay to offset the carbon footprint of clothing items shipped from our producers to QAMI JAN in the United States
- We ship clothing items to you in a compostable polymailer (never plastic!)
Why "189 BC"
Artsakh's Urartian-Armenian roots can be traced to the fifth century BC and earlier, but it was in 189 BC that Artsakh became one of the provinces of the re-established Kingdom of Armenia. Eight centuries later, Artsakh started experiencing several waves of migration and occupation, by the Arabs, Seljuk Turks, Mongols, and others, but it nonetheless maintained its indigenous Armenian population and preserved (and rebuilt) its ancient cultural heritage. Three thousand years and counting, the arc of time bends toward our side.