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Turtle Territory highlights the ecology of long-neck turtles in Northern Australia, illustrating the important relationship between these turtles and Aboriginal communities to maintain a natural cycle.
THE SCIENCE | DR CARLA EISEMBERG
THE ART | JAMES GIDDY
Our regular style is a traditionally 'masculine' fit to accommodate broad shoulders and narrower hips. It is a little longer in length and is available in sizes S – 5XL.
Our maple style is a traditionally 'feminine' fit to accommodate narrower shoulders and wider bust and hips. It is a slightly shorter fit and is available in sizes XS – 2XL.
We produce high quality shirts so you can wear them everyday and spark all of those science-ey conversations.
Our shirts are made from a mid weight, 180 GSM, 100% combed cotton (aka a great shirt). They are also preshrunk to minimise shrinkage (phew).
Shirts are sourced through AS Colour as they have high quality products and transparent ethical processes, see here.
To minimise our enviromental impact our shirts are printed on demand with water-based inks and are shipped in home-compostable packaging (yay compost!).
SHIPPING & RETURNS
All shirts are printed and shipped from Melbourne within 14 days of ordering.
Aus/ NZ Shipping: $10
Everywhere else: $20
You can return your shirt up to 30 days after purchase. Simply send the product back to us in the condition it was received for a new size or store credit.
Sometimes mistakes happen so if your shirt isn't what you expected let us know and we can send you the right shirt.
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OUR CHANGE MAKERS
Shirty Science wants to change the world one shirt at a time.
We use our profits to help organisations that are supporting diversity in STEM. We do this the only way we know how – making shirts!
You can see all our Change Maker shirts here. All profits from the sale of these shirts go directly to the organisation the shirt is about.
Are you part of a Change Maker organisation? Would you like a shirt? Let us know here.