Cotton Jumper, Tradition

Sale price$59.95
Colour: black
size: XS
CREW NECK JUMPER

Width - Measure the width of the garment from underarm to underarm.
Length - Measure from the top of the shoulder seam to the bottom of the front hem.

The measurements can vary within 20mm, this is within production tolerance.

AU Width Length
XS (6-8) 495mm 710mm
S (8-10) 520mm 735mm
M (10-12) 535mm 760mm
L (12-14) 570mm 785mm
XL (14-16) 595mm 810mm
XXL (16-18) 620mm 835mm
3XL (18-20) 650mm 860mm
In stock, ready to ship

Authentic Indigenous artwork by First Nations artist Glen Mackie. Learn more →

PRODUCT DETAILS

Brighten your wardrobe with a splash of colour and make art a daily affair. This soft, locally decorated cotton jumper is your go-to for those cool days. More than just a simple sweatshirt, it's a declaration - be distinctive and spark a dialogue!

Specifications

  • Ethically made with Australian cotton yarns
  • True to size unisex cut
  • Pull-over style
  • Premium unbrushed structure
  • Crew neck with V detailing
  • Comfy set-in sleeves with cuff ribbing
  • Stretchy rib trims
  • 80% cotton + 20% anti-pill polyfleece combo
  • Preshrunk fabric to minimise shrinkage
  • Medium-weight, 320 GSM construction
  • Soft-touch, high-quality artwork

Fabric & Care

Gentle machine wash inside out. Do not bleach. Line dry out of direct sunlight, do not tumble dry. Do not iron on print. Wash separately with like colours.

Thickness Fabric thickness percentage

Lightweight
Heavyweight


Softness Softness scale percentage
Rough
Super Soft


Breathability Absorbency/Breathability percentage
Waterproof
Breathable

Sustainability 🍃

Environmentally Responsible
Made of sustainably-grown Australian cotton yarns, which have an excellent reputation for quality and sustainability worldwide. Australian cotton is the most water-efficient cotton industry globally and has witnessed an 85% reduction in the use of herbicides and pesticides. The design is printed using high-quality, carcinogen-free pigment inks that are free from dangerous substances, chemicals, heavy metals, and undesirable surfactants.

Sustainable Production
Life Apparel's vetted local and international production partners produce limited quantities of each model, ensuring exclusivity and preventing overproduction.

Eco-Friendly Packaging
No plastic! Our products come in kerbside-recyclable or home compostable mailers, with deliveries through Australia Post supporting carbon-offset projects that reduce emissions.

Fast delivery

Free shipping over $200 Australia-wide. For same day dispatch, order before midday AEST. Learn more →

Easy Returns

Doesn't fit? Send it back within a fortnight for free* for store credits. T&C apply. Learn more →

You Matter!

With every online purchase you make,
the artists get paid too. Learn more →

The Artwork

Aboriginal lore was passed on through the generations through songs, stories and dance and it governed all aspects of traditional life.

Tradition

Created by First Nations artist Glen Mackie (Kei Kalak), a Iama man from Yam Island, Torres Straits, currently residing on Yidinji/Djabugay Country.

"This design is about the lore* of the land. The man with the eagle wings is the holy man. He is the teacher. He holds the lore and teaches the lore. The Rainbow Serpent created the land and animals, this is a common creation story used across the Australian mainland and islands by its indigenous people.

The man with the ‘Warup’ drum is teaching you about the southern cross constellation. As a Torres Strait Islander, my people call this constellation ‘Tagai’. It is a calendar for us, we still use it today passed down from generation to generation. It was verbally taught to us about the land and sea.

*The term 'lore' refers to the customs and stories the Aboriginal peoples learned from the Dreamtime. Aboriginal lore was passed on through the generations through songs, stories and dance and it governed all aspects of traditional life."

 

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Authenticity

Life Apparel is a proud, long-time member of the Indigenous Art Code, a system to preserve and promote ethical behaviour in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island art.

Today, and every day – we exist as a messenger and vessel for First Nations Artists. Built on diversity and inclusion, collectively we strive to amplify Indigenous voices, accelerate social change and start important conversations through fashion. As an Australian-owned boutiqe label and proud allies, Life Apparel nurtures supportive, empowering and inclusive environments for everyone.

Cultivating an environment where all voices matter, and where our differences are celebrated and part of who we are.

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