Backcountry Bears Ears T-Shirt - Women's

Backcountry Bears Ears T-Shirt - Women's
Backcountry Bears Ears T-Shirt - Women's
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Bears Ears T-Shirt - Women's by Backcountry
The newly designated Bears Ears National Monument is a geographically diverse landscape that contains miles of red rock wilderness, world-renowned climbing, and thousands of irreplaceable cultural and archaeological sites--these wild spaces serve as inspiration for the Backcountry Bears Ears Women's T-shirt. We teamed up with Jim Harris, a Utah-based artist and photographer, to create this limited-edition tee and will be donating 20 dollars of every purchase* to The Nature Conservancy for its work at the Canyonlands Research Center (CRC). Located at Dugout Ranch in Utah, the CRC provides a place for researchers to develop science and land management solutions regarding land use and water management practices on the Colorado Plateau. *Backcountry will contribute $20 from the sale of this T-shirt from May 19 to July 19, 2017 to The Nature Conservancy. Promotion not valid in Alabama, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and South Carolina.

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