Sherpa Men's Seti Long Sleeve Shirt
Was: £49.99 Now: £35.00
- Colour: Red
The Sherpa Men's Seti Long Sleeve Shirt is a 100% cotton shirt with a unique style ideal for traveling and evenings out. Named after the Seti (sey•tee) River which originates from the snow fields and glaciers on the south-facing slopes of the main Himalayas, this long sleeve shirt combines classic styling, like a button placket and breathable cotton, with bright plaid and multi-tonal embroidered stripes. It’s timeless and unique, and definitely ready for a good time.
- 100 % organic cotton
- Intermittently embroidered with multi-tonal stripes for depth
- Button front
- Two drop-entry chest pockets
- Pleated back yoke.
|Paldorje Education Fund||Provides much-needed head start scholarships to less fortunate Sherpa children. For every garment we sell, a small donation is made to this fund to provide full education scholarships to children. So far, we have 25 children in our program, and it grows every year. By doing this, we honour the dreams of our elders to make a better world. Although the Paldorje Education Fund is supported by Sherpa Adventure Gear, we always welcome kindness of friends.|
|Sherpa||Sherpa’s brand foot print may be small, but we like to think that our heart is big and whether we grow large or not, doesn’t matter, as long as we stay true to ourselves, to the Sherpa way. We are a bit different: We create, develop and manufacture over 85% of our products in Nepal, someday we hope to make it 100%. Manufacturing in Nepal is no easy hike and it would be so much easier to outsource to China or Vietnam –but there is much more at stake here. The reward for us comes not in the financials alone, but in seeing the magic of our vision come to life. We believe small brands can change the world, that they can lift up people, educate and train the next generation, that they can reverse the ravages of a changing environment, ineffective governance and even soothe a despairing soul. Today, we employ over 1,000 women to hand-knit our caps and sweaters; someday, we hope to employ 5,000. We have close to 500 people in our Nepal production centres and are training new talent to lead Sherpa into the future. It won’t happen overnight, and we’re sure we’ll stumble often along the way, but we are committed to be true to our roots and our culture, providing wisdom and guiding the next generation up the mountain. This is a long journey for Sherpa, and we ask you think about your journey and how you can not only be successful, but how you can make our world a better place and make a difference in the lives of people.|