Hatchling Women's Tee
Hatchling Women's Tee
Hatchling Women's Tee

Hatchling Women's Tee

Regular price $33.95
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The Hatchling women's tee by Truly Wild features an endangered Green Sea Turtle hatchling. Sea turtles dig nests and lay their eggs on beaches, but due to beachfront development and poaching, sea turtle nests desperately need our protection. Show your love with this sea turtle shirt and help protect sea turtle nesting beaches for generations to come!

This women's tee is a fitted cut with a slightly scooped neck for a flattering fit. If you prefer a looser cut, this design is also available on a unisex t-shirt.

This t-shirt keeps 6.5 plastic water bottles from reaching our landfills or oceans.

  • 50% organic cotton
  • 50% RPET (recycled polyester made from plastic bottles)
  • Made in the US
This tee was originally designed as a fundraiser for SEE Turtles. Check out their amazing work!
USA Shipping Rates
  • $5 flat-rate shipping for all orders under $50.
  • FREE shipping for orders over $50.
Canada Shipping Rates
  • $17 flat-rate shipping for all orders to Canada.
  • Duties, taxes and other fees are determined by the customs agency within the destination country and are the responsibility of the recipient. These fees will be due at the time of delivery and are non-refundable.

    Truly Wild is not responsible for customs and duties.

    If you need more information, please contact your local customs office.

Due to the effects of Covid-19 on international deliveries, we regret that we can't deliver to other countries at this time. 

We use either USPS first-class package, USPS priority mail, or UPS ground (at our discretion) to ship your order. We don't currently offer any other shipping methods.

Women's Organic Cotton/ Recycled Poly shirt size chart

Chest (inches) 17.5 18 19.5 20.5 22
Length (inches) 24.5 26 26.5 27  27.5

women's shirt measurement guide

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Joyce Moore

Your shirt is soft and fits comfortably. Thank you for helping sea turtles