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Kaleidoscope “Gildan” Classic Tee Shirt, Size: small. Colors consist of shades of orange, blue, green, yellow, and white. This item will ship via USPS First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation. NOTE: Colors may not be as viewed on your monitor.

Spiritualflyer.com is excited to present “Galaxy 9” Tie-Dyes.

Our Tie-Dye’s are all hand tied and hand died using pre-washed 100% cotton materials. We use “Procion” fiber reactive dyes on all of our Tie-Dye products. Fiber reactive dyes are used on all natural fibers (such as cotton, rayon, hemp, silk, and some linen) and produce bright, brilliantly vivid and beautiful colors that will last throughout years of washing and wearing. This is because the dye actually chemically bonds to the fiber in the material and becomes a part of the fiber itself. All of our Tie-Dyes are one of a kind in that every article of clothing or cloth we tie will inherently be different; this coupled with the limitless combinations of colors we can produce creates original pieces of art. We work to create the highest quality products possible and believe that you will be more than satisfied with your purchase of our “Galaxy 9" Tie-Dyes.

“Galaxy 9" Tie-Dyes are the same as those seen at art and music festivals, reggae concerts and other concerts such as The Grateful Dead. We have been at many of these events and have learned what makes for a beautifully unique Tie-Dye and have been enjoying this artwork for many years. We are now offering “Galaxy 9” Tie-Dyes online.

The art of Tie-Dye is centuries old and has been used in cultures all over the world. Many cultures have used the art of tie-dying to produce colorful clothing for daily wear, celebration and to honor people. Many cultures honored their warriors with Tie-Dyed robes. In modern times, Tie-Dyes have become an iconic symbol of American culture and millions of people have purchased Tie-Dyes over the years.