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World Supporting Goods by Lars Gödeke

Shark Fin Delivery Tee


Rail against shark finning in sustainable style with this Shark Fin Delivery Tee


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100% Organic Cotton


Midweight 155 gsm

Pocket print

Back print

Clothing Care

As a consumer you can reduce your impact significantly* by taking care of your clothes. 

We recommend that to save water, reduce detergent usage, reduce energy consumption and to extend the life of this garment that you wash it as infrequently as is practical.


*wearing your clothes for 9 months longer can reduce carbon, water and waste footprints by 20-30% each.

Group 21

Free UK delivery 3-5 working days from dispatch 

Dispatched from the designer in Germany - no customs fees should be charged


Rail against shark finning in sustainable style with this Shark Fin Delivery Tee. This unisex T-shirt is made from organic cotton and features a takeaway style back print. Proceeds from this sale go to Sea Shepherd to fight shark finning.

Be the change, wear the change, Lars Gödeke Studios is a slow fashion brand working with and for nature. Lars aims to educate people on how to protect and support the planet. Highlighting social issues and donating a percentage of proceeds to particular causes supporting the environment. Taking influence from New York, Asia and Scandinavia style, Lars Gödeke Studios produces ethical and sustainable streetwear.

Please note: Lars Gödeke Studios hold small quantities of stock and receive regular top ups. On occasions where this results in a delay in fulfilling your order we will email you to let you know.

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Half Chest 2,5cm below armhole (cm)
Body length (cm)
Sleeve Length (cm)
XS 47 68 20
S 50 70
M 53
L 56
XL 60


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Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Made from organic cotton

Factory powered by renewable energy

Factory committed to social and ecological standards (GOTS certified, FWF audit)

World Supporting Goods by Lars Gödeke Shark Fin Delivery Tee footprint


Lars Gödeke Studio work with a sourcing partner that help emerging brands to source ethically and sustainably. The factory where this T-shirt is cut and sewn is located in Tamil Nadu, India and is visited regularly by the partner. All overtime work at the factory is voluntary and audits report that 60% of workers do not carry out overtime. Read the FWF report here.

Lars has visited Eindruck and has reported that they are committed to printing ethically and sustainably.


The use of organic cotton (Global Organic Textile Standard-certified) protects the environment and also farmers who may suffer ill health when coming into contact with the intensive fertilisers and pesticides used in conventional cotton production.

The organic cotton this T-shirt is made from was planted and harvested by hand, in a region where cotton farming in predominantly rain fed.

Factory where the T-shirt is cut and sewn is powered entirely by renewable solar and wind energy (most of which comes from 30 massive wind turbines).

This T-shirt was digitally printed with water based inks that are GOTS certified and have an ECO Passport from Okeo-Tex. Water based inks are more environmentally friendly than plastisol inks which may contain PVC and phthalates that can be harmful to the environment. Digital printing uses less water and creates less wastewater during the printing and fixing stages than screen-printing.

Country of origin


Organic cotton: GOTS certified supplier in India

T-shirt cut and sewn in Tamil Nadu, India.
(Fair Wear Foundation, GOTS)

Printing: Eindruck, Hamburg, Germany

Areas For Development

In India, where this T-shirt was made, the minimum wage is below the actual living cost. Lars Gödeke Studio’s sourcing partner are a member of the Fair Wear Foundation and have begun a Living Wage pilot project. Brothers We Stand would like to see this project extended so that all workers in the supply chain can receive a living wage.

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