Monday Tee White - UnisexBuy 3, Save 10%
Our new Monday Tees may not cure your Sunday night blues but at least you’ll go to sleep knowing you have a quality, made in Canada cotton tee to wake up to.
We want to start your week with a feel good moment. You open your drawer and see a made in Canada, blank t-shirt staring at you. You unfold it, throw it over your head, slide your arms through the sleeves and you’re tickled with the joy of 9oz, locally milled, organic cotton. You look in the mirror and you realize today is no ordinary Monday, today is a Monday Tee Monday.
There’s a reason you feel reassured when you find a t-shirt that reads ‘made in Canada’ on the label. To many, local manufacturing is synonymous with quality and equality, which is why 'made in Canada’ is the main pillar of our company. Keeping everything made in Canada makes our design studio a second home and our manufacturers our neighbours, and that’s really the most Canadian thing we can think of.
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My husband and I own multiple Province tees and highly recommend them. Great weight, fit, quality, and they're made in Canada!
This is my second time buying these t-shirts!! They are made of such a nice material and overall fit really well in a nice boxy structured way. Though some tips for people who it's their first time purchasing a sustainable longterm shirt (like me the first time I bought these tees). If you normally don't hang up your t-shirts to dry (I didn't before) be warned that they do get stiffer feeling and have wrinkles and lines in them. I hated this when I first bought them and had to put them in the dryer to get rid of the lines. My solution so that I'm not significantly shortening the shirt's life cycle is to hang to dry (don't hang them on hangers because then they'll get stretched in the shoulders, hang them on a clothes rack) and then once the tees are fully dried put them in the dryer on low heat for 10-15 mins. This should get out all the wrinkles and lines but won't be as bad as putting it in the dryer on medium or high every single time. Also if that's too much for you and you can't be bothered to hang up your shirts, I messed up one of my shirts and now wear it as a pj shirt and so I always throw it in the dryer on medium or high heat. The material has held up quite well (it's been about 4 months), the material is not is not quite as soft or thick feeling but it's overall still really comfy and nice. Though it has shrunk pretty significantly. I bought a small to be quite oversized and I'd say it's now almost an extra-small. So if you plan on always drying yours definitely size up and just know that you will have to replace it sooner but not terribly soon I don't think. Hope that helps for people who weren't sure about purchasing! I'd highly recommend getting yourself a PoC t-shirt!
Love them, great quality. Will be buying in other colours
I love this shirt. I like a looser fit but after wearing another t-shirt in the large, I tried a medium and it was perfect.
I like the thickness of these t-shirts, it makes them feel a bit more structured and comfy. I'm knocking off a star because these shirts are a bit luxury priced and I wish the cut of them was a bit more modern to help justify the price (a more lean tailored sleeve would make them look better. The t-shirts that I bought I had the sleeves altered to get the look I wanted).