Good-Basics T-shirt blue by Merz b. Schwanen

Can we just say, we’re slightly obsessed with this T-shirt. For various reasons. But let’s start with the fact that the SCT04 T-shirt from Merz b. Schwanen's Good Basics line is nothing short of an all-time classic and thus a staple piece for everyone’s closet. You could either dress it up or down, or wear it underneath layers in winter, onion style. But this is by far not the only reason why the T-shirts are now available in our store.

First and foremost, the T-shirts are produced locally, close by to the Ramp HQ. And they’re made out of organic PIMA cotton, which is one of the finest and highest quality cottons in the world. Due to the extra-long fibers, the fabric does not lint and is extremely durable - and because the shirt is designed to fit slightly oversized, the hemmed collar and the triangle inserts under the arms also do not shrink. This means, this T-shirt is made to last for a very long time.


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