Q. Are Seven Tenths T-shirts produced using sweatshops , child labour or forced labour?
No. We are strictly opposed to exploitative labour practices. Our T-shirts are produced in accordance with international law and the codes of
WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production), an independent, non-profit organisation dedicated to the certification of lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing throughout the world. We would never knowingly use any supplier or manufacturer who used exploitative work practices or conditions .[Back To Top]
Q. How big is large?
Q. Why don't you have bigger/smaller sizes?
The size curve we stock is the result of monitoring customer demand over the years. Whilst we do our best to stock each product in as wide a range of sizes as possible, please bear in mind that we are a small independent company and that we don't have the same buying power and stocking resources as your big high street brands. If we don’t sell your size and you would like to see bigger or smaller sizes available in our store, drop us a line and we’ll certainly take your feedback on board for future production.[Back To Top]
Q. I saw a Seven Tenths design when i was diving in Egypt but I can’t find it in the store..
Our Red Sea operation produces a slightly different range to us here in the UK. If you see a Seven Tenths tee you like when you're in Egypt, grab it whilst you're there, as you can’t get the Red Sea range anywhere else. [Back To Top]
Q. Why don’t you do this/that design anymore?
We have to drop designs every now and then to make room for new ones. If you can’t get hold of a favorite design drop us a line and you never know, if enough people hassle us we may bring it back![Back To Top]