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Shaka Tribal Unisex Youth T-Shirts

Original price $ 20.99 - Original price $ 20.99
Original price
$ 20.99
$ 20.99 - $ 20.99
Current price $ 20.99
Aloha vibes abound in our New Shaka Tribal Custom Print Keiki Youth T-shirt!

This island-inspired youth tee is a collab between our in-house designer and tattoo partners at Kulture Ink, fusing bold Polynesian tribal designs with a classic, comfy fit. Made with 100% premium cotton, it's breathable and soft, perfect for soaking up the sun or hitting the town in style.

Here's why you'll love it:

    • Unique Polynesian-inspired print: This classic design gets a fresh twist, creating a shirt that celebrates island culture.
    • Super soft and breathable: 100% cotton feels like a dream against your skin, keeping you cool and comfy all day long.
    • Durable and long-lasting: High-quality cotton ensures your tee stays vibrant wash after wash.
    • For everyone: Unisex sizing makes it a perfect gift for the Keiki in your life.

Express your inner islander with the Shaka Tribal Custom Print T-shirt! Shop Leilani's Attic today and let the aloha spirit flow.

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