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MAXCOOL Indigenous Print HV LS DN Shirt

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Fabric: 100% cotton Pre-Shrunk Twill - 155gsm Lightweight - Perforated 100 wash tape for maximum airflow
Design: Regular Fit - Double-stitched seams last longer and handle the toughest environments our country can throw at them - Air freely flows in and out of massive cotton venting, enhancing airflow – reducing fatigue and perspiration - Perforated 100-wash tape is built to handle the toughest Aussie worksites, while allowing airflow to prevent heat buildup.
Safety:  UV 50+ to protect you from the harsh Aussie sun - Compliant with the latest Aussie safety standards to keep you safer and more comfortable all shift long. Complies with AS/NZS 1906.4:2010 and high-visibility standard AS/NZS 4602.1:2011, class D/N Safety Garment, suitable for Day & Night use. Class NF Non-Fluorescent Material
Available Colours: Yellow Navy ONLY
Size Range: XS - 6XL
Minimum Order Quantity: 4 Shirts any colour/size - (request a quote sales@workinit.com.au)

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Your Design, Your Brand, Your Logo
Please email sales@workinit.com.au and include your branding request, desired quantities and Artwork files in AI or Vector format.


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Allirra MooreIndigenous Artist for Maxcool Workwear

Maxcool is proud to support Indigenous Australians everywhere, and are pleased to present a new line of designs in our Custom Editions range featuring original artwork by Indigenous Australians.
Why Indigenous Art? 

Maxcool is a proudly Australian company, and so we're excited to work with Indigenous Artists to bring their unique style and heritage to our line of custom-printed workwear. We then work with them to turn the raw artwork into the patterns that make our Indigenous Art Editions so striking while preserving all the features of our best-selling Vortex workwear.
Allirra Dot Art: Headlands represents the land and ocean – a huge factor to Aboriginal people on most coastal areas of Australia. The green crossed lines are a common symbol meaning land and is often known as cross hatching. Allirra adapted it to add a unique feature to the design, the brown hatching of the headlands. Headlands are important on the coast as they divide beaches. Indigenous Australians used the headlands to spot schools of fish and tidal changes. These symbols combine to tell a story of the connection between the land, the sea and the people.

Indigenous Artist - Allirra Moore Biography

Allirra is a descendant of the Wadi Wadi people from the Yuin nation, in the Jervis Bay Territory. She is based on the New South Wales Central Coast and specialises in Aboriginal dot art. She uses intricate dots to add effect, realism and detail to her designs. Native flora and fauna, natural landscapes and coastal beaches are the inspiration for Allirra’s dot art.


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