Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company
Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank - Connected Clothing Company

Prevent Cruelty Orca Flowy Racerback Tank

Regular price $32.00

Go with the flow of Prevention in this go-to tank, made from our exceptionally soft poly-viscose blend, in a flattering draped silhouette, round neck and racerback.

.: Easy, drapey fit
.: Runs small
.: Order one size up for a fuller fit

.: Size Chart

A portion of the proceeds of each Prevent Cruelty tank will be donated to the Human Society International!

Excerpt from Human Society International:

Orcas Belong In The Wild 

by Naomi Rose

Since 1964, killer whales, also known as orcas, have been entertaining people in theme park performances, showing off their dramatic black and white markings and beautiful acrobatics. But the glamor of the show has hidden what goes on behind the scenes, including dangerous interactions between trainers and whales, whales injuring each other, early deaths, and forced weaning of calves. The public is only slowly becoming aware of these negative aspects of the captive display of orcas.