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COSTA RICA Men's T-Shirt 100% Cotton, Sizes XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL. We respect the environment. T-shirts are made from environmentally friendly and solvent-free ink, which does not contain hazardous materials. The ink is washable and is very soft to the touch. Our inks are Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified. Size: XS: half chest / armpit to armpit 49 cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 62 cm S: half chest / armpit to armpit 50 cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 69 cm M: chest / armpit to armpit 53 cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 72 cm L: half chest / armpit to armpit 56 cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 74 cm XL: half chest / armpit to armpit 58 cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 76 cm XXL: half chest / armpit to armpit 62 cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 78 cm 3XL: chest circumference/armpit to armpit 64cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 80cm 4XL: Chest/armpit to armpit 68cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 84cm 5XL: chest / armpit to armpit 72 cm, total length/shoulder to bottom 88 cm

Crafted from 100% bamboo fabric, these unique shirts(for men, women and children) are some of our top sellers. Even better,the small factory that makes them is located right here, in our ownSanta Barbara de Heredia.

Bartering is not a thing. The price is the price. If you are buying Costa Rica t-shirts for your 8 nieces and nephews and are willing to pay cash, it would be appropriate to ask about a discount. If you are buying necklaces or colorful bird-shaped whistles from peddlers on the beach, it is all right to discuss the price.

In 2006, the Federación Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia received an injunction preventing the Costa Rican company Café Britt from selling t-shirts with the slogan. Fedecafé then filed a $1 million lawsuit on July 7, 2006,[3] after Café Britt refused to sign a contract, stating that it must respect the intellectual property of Fedecafé and refrain from using either the name or image of Juan Valdez. Café Britt filed a $200,000 counter-suit, after producing an affidavit from a Costa Rican man, Juan Valdez, certifying that he does drink Costa Rican coffee. Café Britt also argued that the phrase is so common as to be ineligible for legal protection.[4][5]

Some plans will provide up to $500 per person for baggage and personal effects loss. This may be perfectly adequate for you if your belongings are primarily shoes and T-shirts. The most robust policies, such as the Platinum plan from AXA Assistance USA, provide up to $3,000 per person.

Choose T-shirts made from breathable, moisture-wicking fabrics that will help keep you cool and dry during your adventures. Consider bringing a mix of short and long-sleeved T-shirts to accommodate changing weather conditions, especially if you plan to explore higher elevations or spend time in the rainforest where it can get cooler.

Neutral colors and simple designs are versatile and easy to mix and match with other travel gear. When we come to Costa Rica, we usually wear T-shirts and tank tops from our favourite sustainable brand, prAna.

Costa Rica amazes, enthrals, entices and mesmerises travellers from the world over who visit this tiny Central American country in pursuit of a wealth of travel experiences. While nature lovers can admire its unique landscapes and steal some serene moments on this bountiful paradise, adventure junkies can test their limits while riding class four rapids, zip-lining across forest canopies and scaling tropical waterfalls. Costa Rica is a nothing short of an enticing smorgasbord of unforgettable experiences that make for a fulfilling and rejuvenating holiday. 59ce067264

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