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Emil Shirt (Ocean Depths)

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This shirt looks like the perfect shirt washed ashore on a tropical island. Its beach-washed look takes you to far-away beaches with gently nodding palm trees and sand between your toes.

This shirts material is a combination of Lyocell and Seaqual yarn. Seaqual yarn is a material made of plastic waste collected by fishing boats in Europe. This reused plastic, we chose to combine with Lyocell – a material made from tree fibre. Using lyocell reduces the need for ironing and washing as it naturally reduces bacteria and odeurs. This makes this shirt your perfect travel companion.

By buying a LAKOR X HAVANA shirt, you support the initiative Plastic Change with the objective of reducing plastic pollution and ‘Together for a Clean Ocean’ that has already collected more than 600 tons of plastic waste from the seven seas.

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Product Information
• COLOR: Ocean Depths
• FIT: Regular
• MATERIAL: 67% Lyocell, 33% SEAQUAL YARN Polyester
• WASH: 30 degrees

We are proud to present this collection made with adventurers - and brothers - Emil and Theis Midé Erichsen. The clothing is inspired by their memorable voyages on their boat Havana. Especially their experiences and the tattoos they received from locals in Polynesia.

Plastic from the sea and wooden fibres

The shirt is made from Lyocell and SEAQUAL. SEAQUAL is a textile made from recycled plastic, some of which is collected by fishing boats along the coast of Europe. We combined this with the wonderful material Lyocell, made from wooden fibres. Its natural capabilities means that - like wool - you will not need to wash or iron the products, as they naturally remove odeurs. The perfect companion for your next adventure!

Polynesian art

The polynesian symbols you find in this collection is drawn by Theis and Emils cousin Amanda Midé-Andersen. The patterns are inspired by the brothers journey and the tattoos they received from the locals. The symbols tell stories of mother natures eternal variation and of love for the ocean.

Emil Shirt (Ocean Depths)