Patagonia Womens Trail Harbor Tank Top


Patagonia Women's Trail Harbor Tank Top

$45.00 $24.99

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There’s a reason why Hemp has been used in clothing for 8,000 years: not only is it easy to care for, it’s three times stronger than Cotton and highly abrasion-resistant. Patagonia® Women's Trail Harbor Tank hits the sweet spot with a blended Hemp and Organic Cotton jersey fabric that stays cool in hot, humid weather. Endowed with a higher neckline and modest, bra-friendly design, this classic tank has a straight-fitting silhouette. Binding around the neckline and armholes lend a clean finish.

  • Fair Trade Certified™ sewn
  • Hemp and Organic Cotton Jersey fabric
  • High neck
  • Binding around neckline and armholes
  • Slight dropped tail with side vents
  • Hip length
  • Straight fit silhouette

Product Features:

Fabric 4.7 oz. 55% Hemp, 45% Organic Cotton Jersey
Weight 3.7 oz. (105 g)

Style Number: 52880

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Initially founded as a supplier of climbing hardware, the Patagonia® label has grown to include performance baselayers, footwear, PFDs, and a full line of clothing including boxers and briefs, sweaters, pants, and shorts.

In the process of churning out high-quality performance gear, Patagonia has, over the years, taken steps to ensure their company is environmentally responsible.  Their catalogs are constructed of recycled paper, their employees dedicate their time and services to environmentally-conscious programs, and the company donates 1% of its yearly sales (or 10% of its profits, whichever is greater) to small groups working to save or restore habitat. Since 1996 all cotton used in their clothing is organic - free from toxic pesticides - and they recently launched their "Common Threads Garment Recycling Program," through which customers can return some of their worn-out products to them for recycling. 

Patagonia - a company whose mission is to: Build the best product, do no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.