Great quality 100% combed cotton singlet. Regular fit, regular singlet shape, lightweight 150 GSM
Preshrunk to minimise shrinkage.
Hand screen printed locally in Byron Bay, NSW, Australia.
T-shirts from AS Colour who have strict ethical codes and hand-pick factories with safe, fair, legal and humane working conditions.
The Australian Aboriginal Flag was designed in 1971 by Aboriginal artist Harold Thomas. The flag was originally designed for the land rights movement, and it became a symbol of the Aboriginal people of Australia.
The symbolic meaning of the flag colours:
In January 2022 The Morrison government paid more than $20m to obtain the copyright to the flag, plus terminate commercial licenses owned by companies which had limited the reproduction of the symbol.
“In reaching this agreement to resolve the copyright issues, all Australians can freely display and use the flag to celebrate Indigenous culture,” Ken Wyatt, the federal minister for Indigenous Australians said.
“Now that the commonwealth holds the copyright, it belongs to everyone, and no one can take it away.”
$1 from every flag shirt we sell we donate to an Indigenous Community Initiative. If you know one you think would be great for us to support please let us know here.
Available in size: S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL
note: This is a unisex singlet in Adult men's sizes.
For a women's shirt, click here. Please note though that the women's t shirts are a tight/small fit so if your looking for a more relaxed fitting shirt please read the information on sizing and the comments from previous buyers.
For a more loose fitting normal adult T-shirt see the Adult Aboriginal Flag T-shirt.
Given up on the flag of my ancestors and taken tis flag for my country.
Great tee, size excellent and quick, thoughful service/delivery
From when I first unpacked it to now, I absolutely love it! Glad to support First Australians :)
Awesome service same goes for my indigenous flag singlet
Thank you David for the sticker back at you 😉
Aboriginal Flag Adult Singlet - Locally Printed in Byron Bay