BRAND: ZERO TOLERANCE
Shipping: Allow up to 4 weeks for delivery
Product Fit: True to size
Heavyweight orange premium cotton t-shirt with raw edges at the sleeves and hem while a cotton patch on the back. The patch is an artwork that the work of James Rattary recreated by the house.
James Rattray (1818 – 24 October 1854) was a soldier and artist, born in Daventry, Northamptonshire, England, who died at Dorundah, in the Ranchi division Nagpore India. At the time of making his notable sketches, he was a 2nd Lieutenant in the 2nd Grenadiers, Bengal Army, serving in Afghanistan.
-310gsm heavyweight cotton
-Raw edges at sleeves and hem
-80/20 cotton poly ratio
-Slightly oversized silhouette
-Washing/handling: hand wash with cold water and hang to dry.
-Branding embroidered on the front
-All models are wearing a ‘MEDIUM’ size
*If you prefer an oversize fit go for your actual size else downsize.
Brand Description: Zero Tolerance Official aims to represent South-Asian history & heritage in the luxury street culture.