Muin X Stanfield's Youth Orange T-Shirt - EVERY CHILD MATTERS "FEATHERS"

$24.00 USD
2 reviews
Color: Orange

This authentic Indigenous designed, made in Canada orange t-shirt is a product of collaborative partners, Muin Clothing and Stanfield’s Ltd, to honor The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. 

The Eagle is the only creature that is said to have touched the face of the Creator. Even though it is a bird, it grounds the Mi’kmaw people to who they are and their relationship to the Creator. Eagle feathers are so sacred that even in a colonial court of law, a Mi’kmaw can take an eagle feather and take the “Sacred Eagle Feather Affirmation”; this is akin to swearing on the bible.

$1 from every t-shirt will go to the Nu-mi-quai-ni-mak Fund (“I remember them fund”) administered by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR).

Looking for a size that is out for stock, or to purchase in bulk? Give us a call at  1-855-895-9523 and we'll get this sorted out for you. 


  • 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester


  • Machine wash warm (40º). Turn inside out & wash with like colours.
  • Do no bleach
  • Tumble dry medium (40º)




    SKU: 2016Y-F-ECM-B62-S


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    Pre-dating Confederation, Stanfield’s was founded in 1856 by Charles Stanfield and blossomed during the Klondike Gold Rush as the premier manufacturer able to keep the gold panners warm and dry during the harsh Canadian winter climate.

    Our commitment to quality, craftsmanship and to Canada is unwavering and continues to drive Stanfield’s into tomorrow through innovation, dedication and pride in being Canada’s brand. Yesterday’s story built for tomorrow.

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