New KLP Rising Sun Charity T-Shirt | Japanese Earthquake Tee For Red Cross

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KLP Rising Sun T-Shirt

KLP Rising Sun T-ShirtKLP has released this Rising Sun T-shirt to help support the Red Cross in their recovery efforts in Japan. The 100% cotton tee is a stylish and altruistic way to cover up on the beach this summer.

The front panel delivers the message of hope, “The Sun Will Rise Again” with a traditional sun ray graphic. Japanese characters below the English slogan read “Save Japan.”

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The T-shirt is a new release, but it’s already got a bit of a celebrity following. Bernard “Bun B” Freeman of hip hop group Underground Kingz proudly wore the tee at his band’s recent South by Southwest shows.

The Rising Sun T-shirt is available exclusively through Karmaloop’s online store. Both men’s and women’s styles cost $20, and 100% of those proceeds will benefit the Red Cross’ relief efforts. It’s a small amount which will make a big difference, but if you can spare more you can make an additional donation at Karmaloop’s online check-out.

I always like an initiative which allows us to add to our wardrobe while helping those who need it. And frankly, this tee is one of the most stylish charity items I’ve seen released recently. Will you be wearing the Rising Sun T-shirt on the beach this summer?

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