Official Picigin Merchandise!
Sport originated on the sandy Bacvice beach in Split. Picigin was first played in 1908. by a Croatian student group who found it difficult to play waterpolo in the shallow sandy water. So instead, they began playing a different game suitable for the environment.
The traditional ball is a handmade peeled tennis ball, polished off to a certain rubber thickness so it has a perfect bounce.
Players stand in a circle and bounce the ball to eachother trying to save it from falling in the sea. In order to save the ball, they show off their athletic and acrobatic skills.
Since 2005. on Bacvice Beach we have a World Championship in Picigin.
In June 2008. Picigin was pronounced as a Croatian immaterial cultural good.
Unisex White T-Shirt
100% ORGANIC RING-SPUN COMBED COTTON.
- 180 GSM
- Medium Fit
- Set-in sleeve
- 1x1 rib at neck collar
- Inside back neck tape in self-fabric
- Sleeve hem and bottom hem with wide double needle topstitch
MADE WITH RESPECT FOR BOTH PEOPLE AND THE PLANET.
All T-shirts are designed and slooowly handprinted by us in Split,Dalmatia. We are selecting 100% organic fabrics with FairWear certificates. Each fabric is chosen with the greatest attention and meets strict criteria, including softness. We are using only waterbased inks to achieve soft touch prints and environmentally friendly studio.
Unisex Medium Fit
We favour organic or recycled materials that care for your skin and the environment. Organic cotton is a natural, GMO-free fibre that uses less water than standard cotton. In addition, its production does not involve the use of chemicals (no fertilisers or pesticides) and encourages rotation of crops to keep soil healthier, more fertile and maintain humidity.
We want to see a world where the garment industry supports workers in realising their rights to safe, dignified, properly paid employment. That's why we work only with Fair Wear partners. On top of this, our apparel is made from 100% vegan materials so you can be confident that no harm came to anyone during its creation.