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Organic Cotton Hooded Shirt for Men / Nomad Ripped Tunic / Black

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Organic Cotton Hooded Shirt for Men

This new beautiful artefact from our Organic collection is also very cozy and comfortable to wear. Shirt tunic is an original Chintamani Alchemistry design that combines knee length ethnic tunic with short sleeved button shirt. This model looks like a mantle that is worn on top of a shirt, but spares you the unnecessary layers, and does not slide off your shoulders. It has a soft pilgrim hood for extra comfort and deep side pockets. The front panels are decorated with raw geometric prints reminiscent of tribal body paintings. You can wear our shirt shawl open with long pants for a sublime festival look, or button it up and combine with jeans for a more artsy casual, bohemian option. It comes in two colors – silver grey and classic black.

Certified organic cotton!

With this piece we are proudly presenting our Male Organic collection – clothes, made out of certified organic cotton. It is an amazing fabric that is produced without the use of chemical fertilizers, with the entire production cycle following the highest ethical standards. Choice of certified organic fabric is a small step that we are inviting you to make towards a cleaner, more conscious existence on our planet.

S  / Chest 39" / 99 cm
M  / Chest 40.5" / 103 cm
L   / Chest 42" / 106 cm
XL / Chest 43" / 110 cm
Note: natural fabrics fit better when they are 1-2 cm loose.

All Chintamani Items are made by small home factories in India and Indonesia. We care about every piece quality and intend to make our clothes special, reflecting authentic tribal vibes in a gentle classy way.

▲ CARE: ▼
We are washing fabrics twice during the production process, so that our customers will get pieces that will not change after home wash.
Hand wash only in 30' water. Take care with Love.
Please keep in mind that hot water makes natural fabrics shrink a bit and that all fabrics get much softer after washing.

Please feel free to contact us in case of any questions!


Polina Chintamani