so what do you get?
what makes a shirt "sustainable"
why a dead elephant?
it's a conversation starter and an unfortunate, but real potential reality.
there are only 30,000 Asian elephants left, and an African elephant is poached every 15 minutes.
MNTN is committed to building a better world, our first goal: contribute to the conservation and safety of elephant populations worldwide.
it won't happen overnight, but by wearing our symbol, not only have you supported our fight financially, but you've supported our mission by spreading the word.
the clothing industry is one of the most destructive industries in the world. hundreds of clothing brands around the world have proudly positioned themselves as "fast fashion brands", dumping thousands of pounds of destructive wastewater, excess dyes, and burning unused textiles releasing toxic gasses into the atmosphere.
we source our products from manufacturing facilities that support fairtrade laws, monitor water usage, and only use eco-friendly dyes with our graphics.
our organic cotton blend is soft, top tier quality, and sustainable. as a people over profit company, we'll gladly cut our profit margins to ensure you not only get the best product available but that our planet is taken care of for future generations.
sizing and returns
what you need to know
- we have a 30 day 100% money-back guarantee on issues with your order. if your product has any defects, quality issues, or graphic errors please reach out to and we'll either replace your product, or issue you a refund. please see the return policy in the footer for the full details
- this collection is unisex, please see the below model collection to find your size.
- the shirt is cut to fit slightly slimmer to allow you the full feel of the fabric.
- in the future, we plan on releasing both women's and men's products, but for the sake of minimizing waste, this launch is designed to fit every body type.
the elephant so famous that he became an adjective.
while the elephant on our shirt isn't Jumbo, we've chosen to honor the famous elephant for a number of reasons...
Jumbo was a famous circus elephant who toured with P.T Barnum and his world-famous circus in the 1880s.
we've chosen to honor jumbo by naming our first product in the endangered collection after him due to the effect his fame had on elephant conservation to this very day.
in 1882 over 100,000 people in London protested the sale of Jumbo to P.T Barnum from the London Zoo. while some disagree, many historians say this is the first mass example of an animal rights protest in history.
Jumbo's fame started a conversation about elephant conservation that to this day continues all around the world, and for that, we're incredibly thankful.
Jumbo is also the first major example of an elephant being outwardly exploited for money. The circus industry has stolen, killed, and exploited elephants for over 100 years, still to this day we're fighting exploitation, and we can't think of a better elephant to honor in that fight with every single purchase supporting a distant ancestor of the beloved Jumbo.