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A statement our brand popularized. FUCK Colonialism.
.: 100% Cotton (fibre content may vary for different colours)
.: Ethically sourced, sustainably printed and shipped from Northern Turtle Island (CANADA).
.: Unisex Fit; runs true to size for men; women may want a size smaller.
.: REFER TO SIZING CHART (Men's/Unisex T-Shirts) FOR AN INFORMED PURCHASE.
.: Ships within 2-3 Business days -- Arrives within 5-10 days after (Sometimes longer for US customers.)
.: Please note that due to ongoing restrictions and staggered staffing due to covid-19, we cannot guarantee shipping times. Your items may arrive sooner than expected or a bit later than expected, unfortunately we can't control how fast items are delivered once they are handed off to the shipping carrier (Canada Post, UPS, Puralator, etc).
Measurements taken in inches. Customers between sizes, should size down for a slimmer fit or size up for a relaxed fit. If in doubt, just go a size larger to be safe!
Sleeve: Measure from the middle of the back of the neck, out to the shoulder, and down to the wrist.
Chest/Bust: Measure circumference around the widest part chest/best
Waist: Measure natural waist where pants sit (think regular rise pants).
Hips: Stand straight and measure around the largest circumference at hips.
Inseam: Measure inside seam from crotch to bottom hem.
A: The short answer is yes; OFCC was created by an Indigenous person, but it is a brand that is meant for anyone. We are a CCAB Certified Aboriginal Business and we are verified by INDIGIFIED.COM, and while conforming to the 'Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms' and 'Equal Employment Opportunities' we give preference to employing and promoting Indigenous People.
A: No. we are Native owned/operated and some of our designs are Indigenous specific. However, we are in the marketplace to bring value and quality clothing to anyone who would like to support our brand.
Q: Does OFCC operate in a good way?
A: Our brand takes a full circle approach to the clothing industry; we think a "bottom line"(profit) should have more than just one meaning. We embody Indigenous world views through our quadruple bottom line approach; ensuring that our Social Impact, Community benefit, Environmental footprint and Modest profit are all in balance.
Q: How does OFCC strive to be sustainable?
A: The fashion industry has a disastrous impact on the environment. In fact, it is the second largest polluter in the world, just after the oil industry. However there are progressive and alternative methods that can help to minimize the impact our industry has on the environment.
Our garment suppliers adhere to strict guidelines set out by Industry recognized eco-certification organizations. These guidelines include reduced waste, reduced use of pesticides and environmentally toxic chemicals, and an anti-slave labor standard.
Additionally we adhere to a near zero waste production method. When we print our designs on garments we use eco-friendly inks and we ensure that materials used are recycled (if possible) or repurposed.
Q: Where is the clothing made?
A: Our garment suppliers are located in Canada. Our suppliers adhere to ethical standards that align with the sustainability goals of our brand.
Rest assured when you shop here, you are getting ethically sourced, quality made clothing and accessories.
A: Our products typically ship from us within 2-3 business days (3-5 during peak holiday season). Once we ship them out, it is up to the shipping carrier to deliver the item in a timely manner. If you experience delays beyond 20+ days, contact us (email@example.com) and we will escalate the matter with the shipping carrier on you behalf.