Harriet "Arminata Ross" Tubman (1822-1913)
was an American born abolitionist and activist whose passion for freedom was so relentless that after freeing herself from slavery she with the aid of a network of other abolitionists called "The Underground Railroad" risked her life returning to Maryland 13 more times to liberate approximately 70 other enslaved family members and friends.  She was nicknamed "Moses" because of her unyielding courage and faith in God.  We honor Queen Harriet for trailblazing the path for all us, BlackandWanderlust determined to live free, proud and empowered by our blackness.  Meet the first of our collection, Harriet Tubman, the Original Wanderlust, now in a short sleeved Tee!

Right on time, for the warmer months of summer, introducing  Harriet Tubman the Original Wanderlust collection.  This ultra cotton tee has the classic cotton look and feel. Excellent quality print adds statement to casually elegant appearance.


.: Classic fit
.: 100% Cotton (fibre content may vary for different colors)
.: Light fabric (6.0 oz/yd² (203 g/m²))
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs bigger than usual



S
M
L
XL
2XL
3XL
4XL
5XL
Width, in
18.51
20.52
22.52
24.49
26.5
28.51
30.52
32.52
Length, in
28.51
29.49
30.52
31.5
32.52
33.51
34.49
35.52
Sleeve length, in
7.01
7.49
8
8.39
8.86
9.77
10.24
10.75

HARRIET TUBMAN the ORIGINAL WANDERLUST Unisex Ultra Cotton Crewneck T Shirt

$30.00Price
Size
Color
  • Estimated delivery time is between 12-14 business days.  We are working patiently with our printshops to ensure your products arrive within a reasonable time period. 

     

  • Protect your gear by washing shirt inside out and line drying or low heat for maximum longevity of the graphic design. 

    All Sales are final. Please contact blackandwanderlust@gmail.com for questions or concerns.

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