Blak Luv Tank
Blak Luv Tank
Blak Luv Tank
Blak Luv Tank
Blak Luv Tank
Blak Luv Tank

Blak Luv Tank

Regular price$42.00
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Why 🖤💛❤️? Well, there is still no Aboriginal flag emoji due to the Aboriginal flag copyright issue. So until we get an Aboriginal Flag emoji you will continue to see lots of red, black and yellow hearts on your socials to express pride and support for Aboriginal people and causes.   

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- 100% black cotton gender-inclusive tank.

- Tank is Ethical Clothing Australia accredited and manufactured with love on Wurundjeri Country in Melbourne.

- Embroidered three love hearts 🖤💛❤️ on the front in the colours of the Aboriginal Flag representing the people, sun and land.

- Small Clothing The Gaps logo woven patch on the back neck of tee.

Taneisha is wearing a 2XL. Koolyn is wearing a 2XL. This design is much shorter than our regular tees. Please see sizing guide.

Find your deadly fit, see our size chat above the 'add to cart' button.

This product is Ally Friendly.

Ally friendly merch is for everyone.

When we see non-Indigenous people wearing our designs, we feel proud that they are repping our merch and culture.

When we see Aboriginal designs in the world, it means Indigenous people are not invisible in the landscape.

But, purchasing from Aboriginal brands, businesses and wearing Indigenous designs alone is surface-level allyship. There needs to be more commitment than just buying from Aboriginal brands and businesses.

Wearing Aboriginal design is not dismantling a system that oppresses Indigenous people. Allies need to do more and learn more. Wearing our tees is a great starting point. We have equipped you with our merch and some of the educational content to go with them. We want you to go out in the world, have these important conversations and find ways to do more and support more.

Learn more.

Machine wash. Do not bleach. Hang in shade.

Our goal is for you to love what you have purchased.

If for any reason you aren’t 100% happy with your purchase, we are more than happy to offer an exchange or store credit with the following conditions:

Your return is within 30 days from the day you receive your item. Full refunds are only available for faulty items. Store Credit with no expiry date is issued for returns for change of mind. Exchanges are subject to stock availability, we promise to always do our best for you to get what you're after. You will be responsible for any postage fees for exchanges. Clothing The Gaps has the right to assess the age and condition of returned merchandise that has been purchased prior to processing a refund or exchange. Although you may try on an item, all return products must be in new and unused condition.

Sales on discounted items are final.

Please complete the returns form and include it with your items. All returns and exchanges to be delivered to: Clothing The Gaps Returns, PO Box 5085, Brunswick North, Wurundjeri Country, Victoria, Australia.

When will my refund or exchange be processed?

As soon as your return is received and processed, you will receive a confirmation email from us to let you know your refund has been issued. Please allow up to 10 days for your exchange and/or return to be processed and for your refund to appear in your account. 

We will always do our best to process all returns as soon as possible. If you have posted your return but haven’t heard back, please feel free to contact us and we will look into this for you.

Returns and Exchange Form

Click Here to download our Returns and Exchange form to complete exchange or refund.

 

Face Coverings

For hygiene reasons, we cannot provide returns or exchanges on face coverings. All sales are final.

Learn more about Free The Flag

In 2019 we were served a cease and desist order from WAM Clothing for producing merch featuring our beloved Aboriginal flag due to the world wide exclusive licensing agreements attached to the copyright over the flag.

The Free the Flag Campaign was sparked to change these arrangements and became a 960 day fight for flag equality.

Find out more about the journey here.