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Hi Visibility Cotton Drill Shirts

Maxcool Two Tone Vortex Indigenous Shirt w- 100 Wash Tape


Price: No additional charge


Longer lasting 100 wash premium reflective tape
Biomotion taping on sleeves
Venting on underarms and horizontal venting on back
Lightweight 155gsm 100% cotton twill
Twin needle stitching on pockets, side and underarm seams for added durability

UPF 50+
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.
Class NF Non-Fluorescent Material

Indigenous Pattern 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.

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 spol schools of fish and tidal changes.

These symbols combine to tell a story of the connection between the land, the sea and the people.


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