Since his student days in the Pacific Northwest, Robert Jungmann has been committed to being conscious about consumption and caring for our planet. Jungmaven was born out of activism and a commitment to make products which “last a long time and get better with age”.
Using hemp as a primary ingredient for long-lasting garments with a positive environmental impact, these long sleeve polos are made in America and come garment-dyed. Wearing much like your favorite pair of jeans, the garment dye process gives the shirt a worn-in look which develops over time with each wear.
Available in a handful of colorways and coming in at under $80, these polos are season-less and sustainable. They come in a classic fit, mid-weight organic cotton-hemp mix, with button closure and a single chest pocket. You can feel good about contributing to more than just your wardrobe with one of these.
Available for $78 at Jungmaven.