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  • Last two tees to give away!

    Posted August 10 2014

    Here are the last two colors of the fall short sleeve bamboo sorona tees. Below are the rules. We will choose a winner on Monday.  If you don't know the rules here they are.   Rules- 1. Names must be food or drink related 2. First person to give the winning name wins 3. You have a 24 hour window to guess. I will draw a name at on Aug.11th. 4. One submission per person , per color, per day 5. Please hit like when you enter your name 6. You can write an answer in the comment section below...
  • 3rd Day of name that tee and these colors are hard!

    Posted August 09 2014

    It's Saturday, you should be doing things outdoors, but let's try to win a shirt, shall we. Here are the rules- 1. Names must be food or drink related 2. First person to give the winning name wins 3. You have a 24 hour window to guess. I will draw a name at on Aug.10th. 4. One submission per person , per color, per day 5. Please hit like when you enter your name 6. You can write an answer in the comment section below or on instagram   WvG will be releasing 2 different colors per day after today...
  • Choose wisley and win a prize.........

    Posted August 08 2014

    It's day 2 of the tee shirt giveaway. 2 more incredibly soft bamboo sorona tees will be given away today. Here are the rules- 1. Names must be food or drink related 2. First person to give the winning name wins 3. You have a 24 hour window to guess. I will draw a name at 1pm tomorrow Aug.8th, 2014 4. One submission per person , per color, per day 5. Please hit like when you enter your name 6. You can write an answer in the comment section below or on instagram   WvG will be releasing 2 different...
  • The Bamboo and Sorona Tee

    Posted April 30 2014

                                                         Earlier this year, we wrote about Tencel, an eco-friendly, branded version of lyocell, a biodegradable fiber made of wood pulp. When we wrote about Tencel, we sung the fabric's praises and if we didn't want to lose our audience, we'd gladly do it again. But today, we're going to talk about two things that just might give Tencel a run for its money: bamboo and Sorona. Bamboo fibers come from the bamboo plant, which grows naturally, free of chemicals and irrigation. All it needs to grow is a little sunshine and rain, and even after being cut and used,...

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