€29.50 incl. VAT €23.98 excl. VAT
100 % heavy weight canvas cotton apron
Width: 72cm, Length: 86cm
Large metal eyelet detail to facilitate a knotted neckband
Self fabric ties
An Táin (pronounced ‘un tawn’, meaning ‘the bull’ in Irish) depicts a battle scene from the 12th century epic poem An Táin Bó Cualigne. On behalf of the red haired warrior Queen Medb (pronounced ‘Maeve’) the warriors of Connacht (Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo) confront those of Ulster (Northern Ireland) for possession of the great brown bull of Cooley. The wild queen marched her army around the Cooley Peninsula, County Louth in search of the powerfull Bull. The belief and fear of Queen Medb lives on in the west of Ireland. An original design by Mike O’Connor.
All our T-shirts are 100 % cotton, hoodies are all 80% cotton. All our garments are pre-shrunk.
Heavyweight and durable canvas fabric
Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) certified production