This product is sweatshop-free and WRAP-certified.
We exercise meticulous attention to detail towards the fabric, fit and detailing of each and every Allriot t-shirt. Just one touch lets you know this isn’t some run of the mill shapeless tee.
While other t-shirt brands use less expensive carded cotton, we use semi-combed ringspun cotton. It makes a huge difference!
FIT GUIDE –
- Regular fit
- Fits true to size
- Women may want to order a size down for best fit
- Sara is wearing size S. She is 5’6″, chest size 32″.
- Jake is wearing size M. He is 5’11, chest size 39″.
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– Free Shipping over $60
– Standard $4 — 5-15 days
– Priority* $10 — 3-6 days
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– Free Shipping over $60/€55
– Standard $10/€9 — 8-20 days
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— Est. 2012 —
Armed with nothing more than a homemade screen printing press, we began printing t-shirts in the summer of 2012.
Our ethos is simple: we believe that change is not only possible, it’s inevitable.
ALLRIOT t-shirts are a call to action. We’re here to remind you that our generation owns the future – we have the power, the skills and the mindset to create a better World, one with no gods, no masters, and no excuses.
— GEORGE ORWELL 1984 T-SHIRT —
‘The further a society drifts from the truth, the more it will hate those that speak it.’ ~ George Orwell
Novelist. Teacher. Soldier. Socialist. Eric Blair (aka George Orwell) was a man of many talents, but also a model of perseverance.
Born and raised in British India and London’s roughshod East End, scribblings in Blair’s tiny notebook became such books as Down and Out in Paris and London, 1984, and Animal Farm.
Drawing from his own life struggles, his works challenged such global issues as war, poverty, and rising totalitarianism, and his literature has fascinated readers for generations.
Our graphic shirt features ash, gray, or khaki green with artistic caricature of George Orwell, the man whose vision of dystopia became our reality.
MORE 1984 T-SHIRTS
George Orwell, the modern day Cassandra, warned us of the inevitable truth:
2 + 2 = 1984.