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Sarap Now x Adapt :: Underrepresented (Limited Edition Tee)

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Underrepresented (Limited Edition Tee) by Sarap Now x Adapt Clothing

This 🔥 limited edition tee is designed by AAPI, for AAPI. 

A collab between Sarap Now and Adapt, the AAPI maker behind the Golden State Warriors' Gold Blooded campaign, this tee is designed to inspire, while looking fly. 

Made with intention, and staying true to Adapt’s design sensibilities, color contrast calls out "represent," to showcase pride in yourself, your community, and your creativity. 

Perfect for all day, every day wear. Intentionally designed, with unisex appeal. 

Learn more about the collaboration here.

Premium 100% combed cotton. Features a comfortable, standard cut.

See size chart below (note measurements are general and may not be exact). Width is armpit to armpit, length is shoulder seam to shirt base.

S- 18-½"W / 27-½”L M- 20-½”W / 29"L L- 22-¼”W / 30-¼”L XL- 24"W / 32"L 2X- 25-¼”W / 33-¾”L 3X-26-¾”W/34-¼”L

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