Villages T-Shirt Traditional Grey

Villages T-Shirt Traditional Grey

from 24.99

Hatteras Island Designed

Our original Grey Triblend Shirt Launched in July 2018.

Unisex Canvas Bella Tri-Blend 50% Polyester/ 25%Cotton/ 25% Rayon

Super soft and durable with logo placement on back.

design copyright: Daniel Pullen 2018

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THE FIT:

The fit is pretty true to size - we wear our usual sizes and they fit well. The cut of these shirts is definitely a slim fit compared to a cotton or 50/50 T-shirt. So, if you like your t-shirts to fit loose, we suggest to order a size up. We've washed both t-shirts multiple times with no shrinking. 

Below we've listed size charts for all three t-shirts.

Unisex Bella Canvas Tri-Blend (Male Model wearing Large/ Women's Model Wearing Small)

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Women's Next Level Tri Blend-Shirt (Model Wearing Women's Small)

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Unisex Youth Bella Canvas Tri-Blend (Models in photo are wearing: Girl 10 yrs YL // Boy 6 yrs YM)

 

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Why use Kinnakeet vs. Avon? 

We've had a few people unsure of why we chose to use the name "Kinnakeet" instead of "Avon" in The Villages T-shirt. We wanted to answer that because it was intentional in our design.

Avon was traditionally named Kinnakeet Village. In 1883 the USPS renamed it Avon. The original name, Kinnakeet is Algonquin and means “that which is mixed.” It is thought that the village was called Kinnakeet because it consisted of several settlements closely bunched together. Even though the name of the village was changed “officially,” unofficially, even over a century later, locals - from old-timers to children- born + bred Islanders to “transplants” - often use “Kinnakeet” to refer to Avon village in everyday speech, specifically the heart of Avon village where most locals live.

Keeping Kinnakeet as its original name was important to us because it’s what Daniel grew up on Hatteras hearing and using, and we wanted to keep that authentic.

Others have asked, why not use the original names for the other villages, and it’s pretty simple, those names aren’t used often in everyday speech. The new names stuck and that’s why we stuck with them.

 

Payment:

Right now we only accept payments through PayPal online. You can use your credit card, debit card, etc., but online you will need to go through PayPal. In the gallery we also accept direct MC, Visa, or AMEX. If you need to purchase online without PayPal, please email us at kate@danielpullenphotography.com and we can send you a direct invoice through email. Thank you!

 

Returns/Exchange:

We do not accept returns. However, if you need to exchange for a different size please contact us via email at kate@danielpullenphotography.com within 7 business days of your order. Once we send you a return notice, you can ship the unworn t-shirt back, and we will ship you a new t-shirt. You are responsible for the shipment fees for sending the t-shirt back to us, and a $5 charge for us to ship back the new t-shirt. If the t-shirt returned has been worn or has been damaged, we will not accept it as an exchange.