This piece is yet another collaboration with longstanding rastah partner Digink and features a beautifully designed print on the back of a hand tye dyed hoodie in shades of blue. The design depicts a person that is battling with their conscience. The text on the back in english translates to “Sometimes i think i should close my eyes, but how shall i deal with my conscience”. The piece pairs perfect as a set with the Digink Collab Sweatpants.
slightly oversized fit
400 GSM fleece in cotton/polyester mix
Hand tye dyed
Rastah volume 7 logo on the front
Hand screen printed design on the back
Washing/Handling: Hand wash with cold water inside out & hang to dry
Male Model: 5'10 and 150 lbs wearing: Medium | Female Model: 5'10 and 105 lbs wearing small
*This is a limited edition item. No restocks*
*This piece will be launching on the 20th of March at 1pm EST/10pm PAK time. All orders will start to ship from the 25th of March*
We offer free shipping worldwide on orders over $350 and complimentary free shipping in Pakistan. Worldwide orders arrive in 4-5 business days after they are shipped while domestic orders arrive within 2 business days. Orders from Volume IX will start to ship on 02/15/23.
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All Rastah pieces are proudly designed and manufactured in Pakistan. We partner with generational artisans to manufacture our products and are constantly researching innovative and environmentally-friendly ways to produce.
Block-Printing is an ancient Asian method of dyeing fabric. It involves intricately carving wooden blocks by hand and then using natural dyes to “print” onto the fabric. Block-printing is an environmentally friendly and durable technique we use on several pieces.
Handwoven fabrics are woven by hand by using a handloom. Handweaving produces zero pollution as it does not require electricity or any machinery. It is an artisanal craft that is inherently time-consuming. The outcome is timeless pieces of clothing built to last.
Patchwork involves handsewn patches of fabric that are then sewn onto our products. These patches are often block-printed as well. The result is a beautiful eye-catching patch that helps distinguish our pieces.