Be a lifeguard of the ocean and help Save the Dolphins with this distressed, vintage inspired design. Meant to have distress marks and variations in the printing.
The proceeds from the sale of this shirt go to help fund Dolphin Project’s work all over the world helping to protect dolphins and end captivity.
Be a lifeguard of the ocean and help Save the Dolphins. The proceeds from the sale of this tank go to help fund Dolphin Project’s work all over the world helping to protect dolphins and end captivity.
Please note the color of this tank is an oatmeal color and is a very loose bottom hem.
Just keep on truckin’ in this turquoise foam trucker hat with whale fluke patch.
The Original Dolphin Project t-shirt from 1970.
Ric O’Barry recalls:
“If I was involved in a cause, I decided I would at least need a bunch of T-shirts. I went to a place on SW 8th street, in Little Havana, and ordered a gross of them, all sizes.”
The shop owner asked ” What kind of logo do you want?’
“I don’t know.” I said ” I hadn’t thought about it”
“It’s a project of some sort?”
“What kind of project?”
“A dolphin project”
“Then why don’t you call it Dolphin Project”
This shirt is discontinued by the manufacturer. Inventory is limited and exchanges may not be possible.
Be a true Dolphin Defender in this warm fleece hoodie made of 50% organic cotton, 50% recycled polyester and printed with soy based ink.
Please note this item is on a pre-sale basis and will ship the week of December 10.
We’re so excited to offer this tee. It’s made from 8 post-consumer water bottles and post-industrial cotton waste. It significantly reduces waste in landfills and the oceans and makes you look good!
You’ll love this slightly oversized pullover in vintage coal with Dolphin Project in varsity letters and a small dolphin swim free detail above the left cuff. Note, the shade of grey ink may vary from the picture.