Club Brief - Mother Jones Edition

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Walden Outdoor Athletic
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$62.00

With this edition of our original Club Brief, we invoke the storied war cry of labor activist, Mother Jones. Though she first proclaimed these words to rally mourning coal miners in the early 20th century, her spirit lives on in those who address the challenges that face us over 100 years later. We take these words to heart and intend to do our part to “fight like hell for the living.”

Made from premium recycled nylon and sewn in Oakland, California, this is the style that started it all. Our ideals of sustainability and longevity are embodied in the superior fit, durability, and performance of this swimsuit.

Fully lined with interior drawstring and logo badge printed on hip.

Fiber Content: 78% Recycled Polyamide, 22% Elastane (LYCRA® XTRA LIFE™), lining is 100% Polyester

Size Recommendations:

28"-30" waist - S

31"-32" waist - M

33"-34" waist - L

35"-36" waist - XL

MADE IN OAKLAND, CA

U.S.A.

Care: Hand wash cold, lay flat to dry.

With this edition of our original Club Brief, we invoke the storied war cry of labor activist, Mother Jones. Though she first proclaimed these words to rally mourning coal miners in the early 20th century, her spirit lives on in those who address the challenges that face us over 100 years later. We take these words to heart and intend to do our part to “fight like hell for the living.”

Made from premium recycled nylon and sewn in Oakland, California, this is the style that started it all. Our ideals of sustainability and longevity are embodied in the superior fit, durability, and performance of this swimsuit.

Fully lined with interior drawstring and logo badge printed on hip.

Fiber Content: 78% Recycled Polyamide, 22% Elastane (LYCRA® XTRA LIFE™), lining is 100% Polyester

Size Recommendations:

28"-30" waist - S

31"-32" waist - M

33"-34" waist - L

35"-36" waist - XL

MADE IN OAKLAND, CA

U.S.A.

Care: Hand wash cold, lay flat to dry.

Club Brief - Mother Jones Edition
Club Brief - Mother Jones Edition