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Listen closely, for I shall regale you with the tale of Eoot, once a humble wanderer of the deserts of Harad, now a Sultan of great renown. But heed this warning, for the story I tell is one of hardship and sorrow, a tale that Eoot himself would sooner forget, for "it was horrible" echoes still in the winds of the South.

Crafted from the very sands of Harad itself, this unisex shirt bears witness to the trials endured by Eoot on his path to kingship. Fashioned from a tri-blend fabric, it carries a vintage allure, reminiscent of the ancient carvings etched into the stones of forgotten ruins. Yet, do not be deceived by its aged appearance, for extreme durability lies within, capable of withstanding the harshest sands of time and repeated washings, all while remaining as comfortable as the whisper of a desert breeze.

In the regular fit of this garment, one can discern the journey of Eoot, his struggles and triumphs encapsulated in the side-seamed construction. From the bustling markets of Belkadar to the sun-scorched plains of uh also Belkadar, from the bustling cities of Belkadar to the storied lands of The Belkadar, the threads of this shirt trace his path to greatness... because Belkadar is great.

But remember, noble wearer, as you don this shirt woven from the tales of Harad, it is not merely fabric that adorns your frame, but a story of resilience and perseverance. For each shirt is made to order, a reminder of the importance of thoughtful choices in a world plagued by overproduction.

So, let this garment serve as a reminder of the trials faced by Eoot, now Sultan of Harad, and let us pledge to tread lightly upon our own journeys, mindful of the sacrifices made in the pursuit of greatness.

Becoming Sultan - Unisex

€ 40,00Price

  • • 50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon
    • Fabric weight: 3.4 oz/yd² (115.3 g/m²)
    • Pre-shrunk for extra durability
    • 40 singles
    • Regular fit
    • Side-seamed construction
    • Blank product sourced from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, or the US

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