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Pique fabric: 100% cotton.
Technique of prints applied: embroidery, silkscreen printing.
Size worn by the model: XS.
Height of the model: 163 cm.
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Bright and extraordinary in color, design and topic (seems to be fantastic in its essence) women’s polo with a story.
This polo shirt tells a story about Ivan Datsenko, a Ukrainian pilot who became the chief of Canadian Mohawk Tribe. This is briefly stated on the chest pattern, right above the trident, where both names of our compatriot are mentioned – the Ukrainian and American Indian names. On the back there is his portrait as we see it – with colorful feathers, as it should be by the chief, and aviator goggles, as he is a pilot, after all.
We also have a totem bird and a drawing of an aircraft IL-4, the pilot of which was our chief.
The comfort of the polo is not inferior to historical essence: it has slits for comfortable putting on, ventilators and loops for any glasses. Available in two colors, to your fancy.
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