The new brand in the market Andy.co has launched the ‘world’s most comfortable stripe t-shirt’ on Kickstarter, which is made of 100% Peruvian Pima cotton, known to be as finest and softest quality of cotton. The top quality cotton used in the manufacturing of this T-shirt makes it highly comfortable to wear.
The Peruvian cotton is grown in the perfect growing conditions prevalent in Peru which gives it the durability, softness, and amazing luster. The Andy t-shirts are made using 140-150 gsm of 100% Peruvian Pima Cotton. Some of the most experienced and expert artisans were gathered together to create the highest quality of T-shirt ever made in the market.
Pima cotton is also known to be 50% stronger than the regular cotton and is less prone to piling. It is 3 times more absorbent than the regular cotton which makes it highly breathable and comfortable.
The stripe pattern of the T-shirts is inspired by the history when the French Navy utilized the sailor pattern in 1858. Though the stripes were designed keeping in mind that they were more noticeable amidst the waves, in thecase of incidents such as the sailor falling overboard, but with time, it became a raging fashion trend worldwide.
The makers have adopted the classic stripe design with tailored-fit classic crewneck, which comes in asize for both men and women. The Crewneck T-shirt for men has a longer length than Crewneck-Women, which extends below the belt line. The T-shirt length for the women t-shirt goes exactly till the belt line.
The striped pattern originated in the Napoleon Bonaparte’s era before being adopted by the French Navy. Since the 19th century, it has evolved into different styles and has been put into a various type of clothing, keeping the basic essence alive.
The Kickstarter campaign for the T-shirts has been started with a goal of $20,000 and offers several rewards for the backers. By pledging for $38 the backers can get one Andy T-shirt and save approximately $52 on the retail price. More information about the campaign and other perks can be seen on Kickstarter.com