DELUXE Chester Copperpot Treasure Hunter Organic Cotton T-Shirt

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Inspired by The Goonies (1985)

£24.99 £23.74

Deluxe Organic T-Shirt

  • 🔥 Ultra fine weave for an even brighter, sharper print
  • 🔥 100% super-soft combed organic cotton
  • 🔥 Fair Wear accredited
  • 🔥 Climate neutral 'Earth Positive' garment
  • 🔥 PETA approved vegan garment
  • 🔥 Basically... it's deluxe AF! 😂👍
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This Off World Deluxe product features a super bright, super sharp, very long-lasting print on a premium 100% organic, ethical T-Shirt.

Feel free to ask if you have any questions about sizing on this item. Our feedback on the sizing is that it is pretty true to the size guide provided, so if you are always an XL, we would say that this would be true with this garment too.

Trivia

One of the most notable changes between Chris Columbus' original story and the screenplay is the absence of Chester Copperpot. In the original, Mikey is the one who finds the treasure map and his older brothers ridicule him for it. The role of Chester Copperpot was created to give a reason for that scene in the movie.

When Chunk goes into the freezer to get some ice cream, he says "Gimme some of that Clam Digger" which was a rejected name for Rocky Road.

The crowd in the stands during the baseball sequence are actual past and present members of the production crew at Spielberg's insistence.

When "Sloth" punches Chunk, his face is actually an Italian extra's face. It was necessary for the shot to be done only once, so Chunk just stayed there and licked his lip.

The tracking device on Data's neck was inspired by the film "Blade Runner" (1982).

There are two notable cameos in this film: Zelda Rubinstein appears as Grandma Tessie, and Marion Ross appears as the mum of Stef

Meta Content

Chester Copperpot is a legendary pirate who was feared by the British Navy and the New England colonies. He got his name based on his copper pot helmet, which he would cook food with over a fire.

He came from Boston, Massachusetts where he found a treasure map on a turtle. Everyone thought it was fake but Chester believed After a couple of months, he got a crew and set out to find it. It was believed to be on an island far north of Boston.

While they were looking for the treasure, they came across British ships and destroyed them. Then they went up into Canada and fought with some French people who thought that Britain didn't own that land yet. After a while of sailing around, they went to a random island and found some people who said they were searching for the same treasure.

The two crews ended up joining forces and going together to find it. After a few months at sea, they finally got there only to be captured by British sailors They were taken back to Britain on one of their ships and put in jail for over a month

Once they got out, Chester Copperpot and his crew raided British ships. They raided so many that the British Navy couldn't handle it anymore so they decided to send some people after them. They weren't able to find them but while patrolling around Boston Harbour, they found an old abandoned ship with lots of holes in it.


Since the ship was in bad shape, they took their best ship and sent some men to go after Chester Copperpot and his crew. After a few hours at sea, they found them raiding another British ship. The navy tried to capture them but when one of their men came too close, he was grabbed by two pirates who pulled him into their boat. After a short fight, they surrendered and came on board the navy's ship. They were taken to Britain where they were put in jail.

Disclaimer

This is not official merchandise and is not intended to be passed off in any way as being an officially licensed t-shirt. We create original designs to pay homage to pop culture references in our own unique way.

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About this product

This design is printed on a high quality, heavy cotton t shirt. We choose a heavy cotton t shirt for the durability that it can offer from having the slightly thicker cotton.

It's also good in the cooler months, so becomes a year round addition to your wardrobe.

The sizing on the heavy cotton tees is also more generous, giving a loosely fitting body, that's as comfortable as it looks. For more details on sizing, please click on the size guides tab.

With this being a unisex tee, this what would have been called a men's t shirt in years gone by, however this really doesn't accurately describe who buys the t shirt.

For guys buying the t shirt, then you should be good to buy your normal sizing. 

For women, the sizing will be inline with a standard tee. If you live with someone that has a unisex tee you can try on, do it and see what size it is. If that fits as you want, you're good to we go. If not, please try using the size guide to get an idea of how this compares to UK women's sizing.

Material: 100% cotton.*

  • Seamless twin needle collar.
  • Taped neck and shoulders.
  • Tubular body.
  • Twin needle sleeves and hem.
  • Tear out label.

Weight: White 170 gsm, Cols 180 gsm

Garment sizes are approximate and for guidance only.

*Antiques and sport grey 90% cotton/10% polyester.

**Ash 99% cotton/1% polyester.

Midnight, blackberry, dark heather, heather sapphire, graphite heather, lilac, russet, safety pink, sunset and tweed 50% cotton/50% polyester.

Colour representation is only as accurate as the web design process allows.

Off World Tees Size Guide

Standard T-Shirts

Garment Size Chest (inch | cm) Length (inch | cm) Eqv. Women's Size
S 36-38 | 86-92 28 | 71 10-12
M 38-40 | 96-102 29 | 74 12-14
L 42-44 | 106-112 30 | 76 14-16
XL 46-48 | 116-122 31 | 79 16-18
2XL 50-52 | 126-132 32 | 81 20-22
3XL 54-56 | 136-142 33 | 84 24-26
4XL 58-60 | 146-152 34 | 86 28-30
5XL 62-64 | 156-162 35 | 89 32-34
Colour

Burgundy, Black, Navy, Eggplant, Dark Red

Size

XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

If you order in the UK, it gets made up right here in Blighty and shipped out to you within a couple of days. 

Our current turnaround on orders is 2-4 working days to get them in the post to you.

When you order internationally, we use one of our earth bound production hubs to get your order made up and sent out to you. 

We currently have production hubs within the following countries, don't worry if your country is not on the list though, we choose the closest one to get your order to you as quickly as possible.

Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, United Kingdom, United States.

UK Orders up to £29.99 = £2.95

UK Orders Over £30 = FREE

International Orders up to £49.99 = £3.95

International Orders Over £50 = FREE

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We use a printing method with our items called DTG, or, Direct to Garment. This is different to screen printing, though it has been around for a while.

Over the last five years, it has become a much bigger part of printing in general and is beneficial to us for a couple of reasons. 

Number 1 being that we are experts at DTG, both in managing the artwork so that it looks as good as it can, and in the process itself, we have the technical expertise to be able to make the process really work for us.

So when you order a product from us each item is made especially for, and sent out to you.

This process currently is taking 3-5 working days to complete the shipping of orders.

Your print once received, will look awesome and if it is anything other than that, we will get that sorted out!

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