SISTERS ALOHA makes things SUPER easy. All of our apparel is for men and women, so we decided to offer UNISEX sizing. Most women have found that our favorite tee shirts are the ones we stole from our boyfriends! Right ladies?! Perfect for the relaxed, comfy fit that will look perfectly phenomenal on both men and women!
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
XS (Extra Small) 31″ – 34″
S (Small) 34″ – 37″
M (Medium) 38″ – 41″
L (Large) 42″ – 45″
XL (Extra Large) 46″ – 49″
2XL (Double Extra Large) 50″ – 53″
3XL (Triple Extra Large) 54″ – 57″
4XL (Quadruple Extra Large) 58″ – 61″
Measurements refer to body size, not garment dimensions, and are in inches unless otherwise noted.
*All of our tee shirts have side-seam stitching, which provides for an undoubtedly more figure-flattering fit!
Water Reduction. Our apparel is manufactured using newer, more efficient dye machines which use 7x less water than the average for clothing manufactures, saving 24 million gallons a week. Any water that is used goes through a filtration system that allow it to be recycled.
Energy Reduction. Our apparel is manufactured using solar energy to power the sewing and cutting facilities, motion-sensor LED lighting and there are skylights throughout each building.
Virtually Zero Waste. Our manufacturing facilities produce almost no landfill because they recycle pretty much everything that can’t be turned into a tee.
AMERICAN MADE – USA STRONG
The entire manufacturing process for our apparel takes place right here in AMERICA! They are designed here, dyed here and cut here. All of the production is 100% sweatshop-free and Platinum W.R.A.P. Certified (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production)
Designed with superior airlume combed and ring-spun cotton.
What Is Airlume Cotton? It’s the highest quality combed and ring-spun cotton you can get. Our manufacturer uses clean cotton. They remove 2.5x more impurities than standard ring-spun cotton through their extensive combing process. They also ONLY use long cotton staples, which means there are less stray fibers when yarn is spun, resulting in a smoother surface.