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Jungmaven Ojai Tee, Sunray

The Jungmaven Ojai Tee is a customer favorite - lightweight, super soft, perfect neckline. A year round staple to have in your closet.

  • Easy, relaxed fit 
  • Open neckline, hits at hip 
  • Cap sleeve (but not too short)
  • Lightest-weight 3.6oz. 30 Hemp | 70 Organic Cotton jersey
  • Garment dyed
  • Made in the USA with quality globally sourced materials
  • Machine wash warm, tumble dry low
  • Women's fit and sizing

HEMP WILL TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOU, ESPECIALLY IF YOU TAKE GOOD CARE OF IT.

HERE ARE OUR SUGGESTED GUIDELINES FOR TAKING THE BEST CARE OF YOUR HEMP GARMENTS:

  • Machine wash with like colors cold, tumble dry low heat.
  • Do not use bleach or other cleaners like oxi-clean.
  • For lighter weight garments (such as the Basic Tee and Ojai Tee) it's best to lay flat to dry or line dry.
  • Do not wash hemp textiles with towels or garments with zippers or velcro. This will cause abrasion and pilling, and zippers can snag the fabric.

SOFTENING:
Hemp gets softer with use and after each wash, but if you feel the need for additional softener a commercial softener may be used. We suggest finding environmentally friendly and chemical-free options. An alternative way to soften hemp is wash in hot water followed by a tumble dry, and repeat two or three times.

IRONING:
Use a hot iron while the hemp is still slightly damp after washing. Stretch the damp piece to its natural size and shape before ironing. Iron the 'wrong' (underside) first, to preserve the texture of the fabric. 

ABOUT HEMP FABRIC:
Hemp fibers are far stronger and more durable than their cotton and synthetic counterparts, resulting in garments that a very long time. The strength of hemp creates textiles that get softer with age and repeated washing, but won't lose integrity or shape like generic cotton. Hemp clothing is also breathable, naturally moisture-wicking and resistant to mold and fungi. Hemp also sheds dirt more readily than other materials, and after each wash your garments will feel incredibly fresh.

  • Model is 5"9" with a 34" bust and wearing a size x-small.
Measurement in INCHES
SIZE CHEST WIDTH CHEST SIZE BODY LENGTH
XS 17 34 22
S 18 36 23
M 19 38 24
L 20 40 25
XL 21 42 26

Women's style and sizing. Men should size up one.

**Flat garment measurements - Not on model


HOW WE MEASURE

Chest Width
Measured straight across from armpit to armpit. 

Chest Size
Double the chest width.

Body Length
Measured from the top of the shoulder next to the collar down to bottom of the shirt.

 

All Jungmaven garments are cut and sewn by hand, without automation in Los Angeles, CA. Each unique piece is built with the utmost care and love on a cutting table from a paper pattern. All Jungmaven styles are pre-washed and pre-shrunk, resulting in a fit that feels like an old favorite the first time you wear it. All garment dyed styles (solids, tie dyes, and natural dyes) may have slight imperfections or dye marks that come from dying the product after it is built - these will typically was out within a wash or two. We believe 'imperfections' are what make each Jungmaven piece (and each human being) unique.



Jungmaven Clothing is made in the USA with Quality, globally sourced materials. All Jungmaven garments are cut and sewn by hand, without automation in Los Angeles, CA. Each unique piece is built with the utmost care and love on a cutting table from a paper pattern. All Jungmaven styles are pre-washed and pre-shrunk, resulting in a fit that feels like an old favorite the first time you wear it. All garment dyed styles (solids, tie dyes, and natural dyes) may have slight imperfections or dye marks that come from dying the product after it is built - these will typically was out within a wash or two. We believe 'imperfections' are what make each Jungmaven piece (and each human being) unique.

JUNGMAVEN WAS BORN OUT OF ACTIVISM.

As a student at Central Washington University, Robert Jungmann camped in the Pacific Northwest woods and saw firsthand the damage caused by clear cutting. In the classroom, he learned that industrial hemp could combat deforestation.

Trees, cut to make paper and other products, take decades to grow back. Hemp regenerates in months, helps maintain clean water and air, anchors and aerates the soil, produces oxygen, and consumes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

From that awareness, Rob asked himself, how could he bring hemp to everybody? It had to be simple and personal, something that everyone needs – a tee.

Rob built JUNGMAVEN on simplicity and sustainability. The 100% Hemp Tee and Baja Tee, arose from that ethos. Both are sewn in the USA, structured yet relaxed, breathable, soft and go with anything. JUNGMAVEN is sold globally, stocked in boutiques across North America, Europe and Asia. 

In 2010, Rob launched HEMP 2020, a campaign to raise awareness around the positive environmental impacts of hemp farming. He sees hemp’s potential to mitigate climate change as one of the greatest opportunities of our generation.

Details

  • Easy, relaxed fit 
  • Open neckline, hits at hip 
  • Cap sleeve (but not too short)
  • Lightest-weight 3.6oz. 30 Hemp | 70 Organic Cotton jersey
  • Garment dyed
  • Made in the USA with quality globally sourced materials
  • Machine wash warm, tumble dry low
  • Women's fit and sizing

Hemp Fabric Care

HEMP WILL TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOU, ESPECIALLY IF YOU TAKE GOOD CARE OF IT.

HERE ARE OUR SUGGESTED GUIDELINES FOR TAKING THE BEST CARE OF YOUR HEMP GARMENTS:

  • Machine wash with like colors cold, tumble dry low heat.
  • Do not use bleach or other cleaners like oxi-clean.
  • For lighter weight garments (such as the Basic Tee and Ojai Tee) it's best to lay flat to dry or line dry.
  • Do not wash hemp textiles with towels or garments with zippers or velcro. This will cause abrasion and pilling, and zippers can snag the fabric.

SOFTENING:
Hemp gets softer with use and after each wash, but if you feel the need for additional softener a commercial softener may be used. We suggest finding environmentally friendly and chemical-free options. An alternative way to soften hemp is wash in hot water followed by a tumble dry, and repeat two or three times.

IRONING:
Use a hot iron while the hemp is still slightly damp after washing. Stretch the damp piece to its natural size and shape before ironing. Iron the 'wrong' (underside) first, to preserve the texture of the fabric. 

ABOUT HEMP FABRIC:
Hemp fibers are far stronger and more durable than their cotton and synthetic counterparts, resulting in garments that a very long time. The strength of hemp creates textiles that get softer with age and repeated washing, but won't lose integrity or shape like generic cotton. Hemp clothing is also breathable, naturally moisture-wicking and resistant to mold and fungi. Hemp also sheds dirt more readily than other materials, and after each wash your garments will feel incredibly fresh.

Size Guide

  • Model is 5"9" with a 34" bust and wearing a size x-small.
Measurement in INCHES
SIZE CHEST WIDTH CHEST SIZE BODY LENGTH
XS 17 34 22
S 18 36 23
M 19 38 24
L 20 40 25
XL 21 42 26

Women's style and sizing. Men should size up one.

**Flat garment measurements - Not on model


HOW WE MEASURE

Chest Width
Measured straight across from armpit to armpit. 

Chest Size
Double the chest width.

Body Length
Measured from the top of the shoulder next to the collar down to bottom of the shirt.

 

All Jungmaven garments are cut and sewn by hand, without automation in Los Angeles, CA. Each unique piece is built with the utmost care and love on a cutting table from a paper pattern. All Jungmaven styles are pre-washed and pre-shrunk, resulting in a fit that feels like an old favorite the first time you wear it. All garment dyed styles (solids, tie dyes, and natural dyes) may have slight imperfections or dye marks that come from dying the product after it is built - these will typically was out within a wash or two. We believe 'imperfections' are what make each Jungmaven piece (and each human being) unique.



About Jungmaven

Jungmaven Clothing is made in the USA with Quality, globally sourced materials. All Jungmaven garments are cut and sewn by hand, without automation in Los Angeles, CA. Each unique piece is built with the utmost care and love on a cutting table from a paper pattern. All Jungmaven styles are pre-washed and pre-shrunk, resulting in a fit that feels like an old favorite the first time you wear it. All garment dyed styles (solids, tie dyes, and natural dyes) may have slight imperfections or dye marks that come from dying the product after it is built - these will typically was out within a wash or two. We believe 'imperfections' are what make each Jungmaven piece (and each human being) unique.

JUNGMAVEN WAS BORN OUT OF ACTIVISM.

As a student at Central Washington University, Robert Jungmann camped in the Pacific Northwest woods and saw firsthand the damage caused by clear cutting. In the classroom, he learned that industrial hemp could combat deforestation.

Trees, cut to make paper and other products, take decades to grow back. Hemp regenerates in months, helps maintain clean water and air, anchors and aerates the soil, produces oxygen, and consumes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

From that awareness, Rob asked himself, how could he bring hemp to everybody? It had to be simple and personal, something that everyone needs – a tee.

Rob built JUNGMAVEN on simplicity and sustainability. The 100% Hemp Tee and Baja Tee, arose from that ethos. Both are sewn in the USA, structured yet relaxed, breathable, soft and go with anything. JUNGMAVEN is sold globally, stocked in boutiques across North America, Europe and Asia. 

In 2010, Rob launched HEMP 2020, a campaign to raise awareness around the positive environmental impacts of hemp farming. He sees hemp’s potential to mitigate climate change as one of the greatest opportunities of our generation.