Mother Fucker Goods "Howdy Mother Fucker" T-shirt
This shirt has been a dream of one half of Jo and June, Danielle, for over a year and it's finally here!!! Mother Fucker Goods (our sister company) worked with local Tulsa artist, Heather Foxing, to make her vision come to life and worked with Mod Merch in Tulsa for screen printing!
Howdy Mother Fucker! Go follow our new sister company (founded by Danielle) @motherfuckergoods on Instagram!
These T-shirts are sourced from Camp Collection and are made of 60% cotton and 40% polyester jersey. All Mother Fucker T-shirts are unisex.
Sustainability is pretty damn mother fucking important to us so here is some info about the shirts from Camp Collection:
"Our number one sustainability practice is that we do not create excess inventory or fabric. Every piece of clothing we make is for an order, so we don't end up with excess inventory that winds up in landfills. We use mixed markers to reduce scrap fabric in the cutting process, and the small amount of scraps we do have are turned into "spaghetti" which we use to make our piping, or is recycled. Our factory and fabric manufacturer are the same family - our factory is in San Francisco California, where all of our product is made and our fabric comes from an ethical producer (the family of our factory manager) in China. Both facilities pay living wages, continued to pay workers during the lockdowns, and have extremely low turnover over their decades in business because of the fair working conditions. We do consider CAMP to be an ethically run company, however there are obvious concerns with using polyester in any form. We're currently working with our fabric manufacturer on rPET, a version of polyester made from recycled plastic, and we currently have 100% organic cotton in black and white. We're constantly working on ways to be more inclusive, sustainable, and equitable in our business. In 2019, we partnered with ModCloth to rework all of our existing and new patterns to be size inclusive up to 5XL, and our 2020 initiative was to move towards more sustainable fabrics, which turned out to be a much longer and complicated process than we had expected, but it is in the works!"