Fly agaric — premium t-shirt
- Women's t-shirt of classic cut with a pointed neckline. 100% cotton. 180 g weight. Regular cut. Sewn in Poland. Premium product.
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Carefully sewn in Poland, embroidered with a pointed neckline with hemmed sleeves and reinforcing tape at the neck for added comfort and elegance.
Original illustrations, reminiscent of old herbariums, precisely printed with DTG technology: resistant to repeated washing to be a source of joy for a long time.
- 100% cotton
- Fabric weight: (180 gsm).
- Regular cut
- Construction with side seams
- Pointed neckline
- Reinforcement tape on the neck
- Sewn in Poland
Red fly agaric
Amanita muscaria L.
This is an autumn ornament of Polish forests. Sometimes the fruiting bodies occur singly, but much more often they appear in groups of many, creating a truly fairy-tale atmosphere. We can find the red fly agaric near birches, aspen oaks, as well as firs, pines or spruces, as it is a mycorrhizal fungus, symbiotically related to these types of trees. Although it is not an edible species, mushroom hunters value it not only for its charming appearance. It is believed to herald a rash of penny buns, which are usually found on similar sites as the fly agaric.
Amanita muscaria is distinguished from other forest mushrooms by its unusual appearance. The distinctive feature is a blood-red cap covered with white dots. The dots are actually remnants of the membranous covering protecting the young fruiting body of the mushroom, which, as the individual grows, breaks into many small fragments and remains on the cap. Young fruiting bodies are spherical in shape, with no visible stem. During development, the stem elongates and the cap changes shape from spherical to more flattened.
|Size||Width (A)||Length (B)||Sleeve (C)|
|S||46 cm||62 cm||24 cm|
|M||48 cm||65 cm||25 cm|
|L||50 cm||65 cm||26 cm|
|XL||53 cm||66 cm||27 cm|
|XXL||55 cm||66 cm||28 cm|
How to measure?
The t-shirts are measured flat, loosely. The measurement, which can be found in the table, was taken at the location indicated by the arrows in the picture below: