Tkaranto meaning: where there are trees standing in the water. Also known as meeting place. You may know it by it's colonial name - Toronto. Our spelling is a mash-up of the original Mohawk and current English words.
All you Urban Nate's - show 'em where you're from, where you live, where you play. We don't all live in the woods or on the plains - not that there's anything wrong with that!
Now printed with colourfast water-based inks, on a pre-washed soft cotton shirt. Colour - black.
Unisex sizes S-3XL
Why we switched to water-based inks:
As Indigenous people, we are stewards of the land, we need to lead by example. So from this point forward, we are walking the talk. No more toxic solvents or inks on any of our new shirts. We now use water based inks exclusively! No solvents or chemicals! Now printed on soft premium cotton shirts. Unlike typical screen printing, where plastisol ink is layered on top of the shirt, these inks are printed right into the fabric of the shirt. After washing a few times, you will not feel a heavy layer of ink, like most printed t-shirts, just soft cotton.
This is our small part in keeping our water clean for generations to come. We know you feel the same, and we hope you show your support at our online store or at our booth on the powwow trail. Miigwech/Nya:wen/Thank you!