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Drouyn Shapers Tee

Drouyn Shapers Tee

Regular price $79.95 AUD
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Matt is 5'10 and wears a medium. Ella is 5'6 and wears a medium.

Made from 100% USA cotton, tee is durable, comfortable, and virtually shrink-free thanks to the garment dye process. It also gives a broken-in feel, just like your favourite T-shirt that's been worn for a decade. This garment is meticulously designed with a high-ribbed collar that provides a snug, comfortable fit that will not stretch out or lose its shape over time. Cut with a spacious fit in the sleeves and torso, making it relaxed and versatile enough to wear with anything. 

This very tee was screen printed here in Australia, from the gentle hands of washed up surfers in farmland that you would picnic in.

Each tee is produced in numbered small batches with a sustainable future in mind. 100% premium heavy weight cotton, made in the USA, printed in Northern NSW.

"Original Shapers Tees"
Artwork licensed by Rare Surf.
Designed and screen printed in Australia. 

  • Unisex
  • Made In U.S.A. Cut and sewn in Los Angeles.
  • Cotton grown on a U.S farm.
  • Hand printed in Australia.
  • 220gsm  
  • 18/1 open end cotton
One of Australia's most influential surfers of the time, Peter Drouyn used this logo as a decal on his hand shaped boards. The original art was hand drawn and coloured by Shane Egan in the mid 70's. Shane had this to say on it's inception...
"I was airbrushing Peter’s boards, shop window & some women’s clothing at his factory when he asked me to design a board decal. We were hanging out a bit in the surf & socially and he was just orchestrating the first of the Stubbies contests.
Peter was always a very charismatic & theatrical character.
I feel the decal artwork epitomises his presence & the mood of the time.
Though I wasn’t conscious of the inner turmoil Peter was experiencing then, perhaps there was some subliminal message that helped inspire the decal's theme.
The figure emerging, arms outstretched, from the barrel is somewhat androgynous and is meant to represent the feeling of total
 exhilaration and freedom".


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