This Plain Lazy Recycle T-Shirt is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
A soft cotton t-shirt with a Plain Lazy screen print design. With a graphic that celebrates the eco-friendly credentials of cyclists, this t-shirt is the perfect leisurewear or gift for anyone who pedals.
Plain Lazy is a popular British street-urban, skate / surf lifestyle brand. Since 1993 Plain Lazy has been developing unique, dynamic and cheeky designs, created exclusively for those who like to see the funny side and take things a little more slowly. Plain Lazy are mostly known for high quality, funny slogan t shirts & hoodies, designed and lovingly hand screen printed in the UK.
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