Core Cotton V Tee




Core Cotton V Tee

Core Cotton V Tee 

For working or working out – we know a lot of Blokes prefer that V Neck

Great for layering in Winter – lightweight but warm

Labelled for the US Market so check the size chart and we might need 10 days to despatch these ones

Under a Flanno you are as warm as for Winter 

Check the Round Neck Tees for a bigger colour choice 


A V-neck gives our budget-friendly tee up-to-date style.|

  • 152 GM
  • 100% cotton
    • 50/50 cotton/poly (Neons, Dark Heather Grey)
    • 90/10 cotton/poly (Athletic Heather)
Aquatic BlueAquatic Blue
Neon Pink Neon Pink
Dark Heather Grey
Dark Heather Grey
Jet Black
Athletic Heather
Athletic Heather
Entity Size Charts to 4XL
Size Charts to 4XL


















Entity Size & Despatch info



Big Aussie Icons D – L 

The Big DNA- Perth WA

The huge staircase, adjacent to the Pioneer Womens’ Hospital forms the appearance of a Double Helix of DNA and can be found in Kings Park which overlooks the CBD in Perth.

The Big Earthworm – Bass VIC

The Big Earthworm can be found at the Wildlife Wonderland 10 minutes before Phillip Island. The Earthworm represents the Endangered Giant Gippsland Earthworm that is renown in the Bass area.

The Big Easel – Emerald QLD


The Big Easel is the second in a series of “Big Easels.” There are American and Canadian versions of this Big Thing! It took two and a half months to be completed in Emerald, QLD. It was finished in 1999 and can be found in the centre of the city, at Morton Park.

The Big Fruit Bowl – Bilpin NSW

The Big Fruit Bowl can be found in Bilpin, a town famous for its apples, 93km from Sydney. For most travellers Bilpin is the town where, having driven Richmond up to Kurrajong, they stop to purchase either apples or apple juice – by the Fruit Bowl!

The Big Galah – Kimba SA

The Big Galah can be found outside the front of the Halfway Across Australia Gem Shop on the Eyre Highway. In a town famous for its Australian Wildlife this tribute to the Australian Galah stands an impressive 8m high!

The Big Gold Panner – Bathurst NSW

The Big Gold Panner can be found in front of the Gold Panner Motel on the Great Western Highway in Bathurst, NSW. The statue is resides appropriately in the town that recorded the first discovery of gold way back in 1823! The statue presents a gold-panner looking somewhat hopefully at his pan!

The Big Golden Guitar – Tamworth NSW

Australia’s country music capital, Tamworth, is home to the Big Golden Guitar. Standing 12m high and weighing half a tonne, the statue was unveiled by Australia’s reigning King of Country Slim Dusty in 1988.

The Big Guitar – Narrandera NSW


The Big Guitar can be found at the visitors centre in the rural town of Narrandera. It stands nearly 6m long and is the World’s Largest playable guitar.

The Big Gumboot – Tully QLD


The Big Golden Gumboot can be found in Tully, QLD. Originally a rubber boot was awarded to the Wettest Town in Australia, a title hotly competed by Tully, Innisfail and Babinda! The Big Gumboot, now firmly secured in Tully, stands 7.9m high (which represents the record annual rainfall of the town (7,900mm) in 1950! The Gumboot contains a spiral staircase and viewing platform and opened on the 10th May 2003.

The Big Koala – Dadswells Bridge VIC

The Big Koala can be found 27km north-west of Stawell upon entering the small township of Dadswells Bridge. The Koala stands 14m high, weighs 12 tonnes and is made of bronze set on a steel frame. The sculptor Ben Van Zetton was hired to design and construct the piece in 1988.

The Big Kookaburra – Kurri Kurri NSW

The 4.5 metre Big Kookaburra can be found in Rotary Park, Kurri Kurri. The kookaburra is used as a logo for several Kurri Kurri sporting and community organisations, which is where the idea originated from. It was built by Pokolbin artist Chris Fussell, from aluminium and steel scrap found at scrap yards around the region.

Additional information


Aquatic Blue, Athletic Heather, Charcoal, Dark Heather Grey, Black, Navy, Neon Pink, Red, Royal, White