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Haathi Chaap
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Ruled Notebook made using recycled paper, and book cover made using recycled elephant dung and eco-friendly dyes
SKU: HAC022
 

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Ruled Notebook made using recycled paper, and book cover made using recycled elephant dung and eco-friendly dyes

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Out brand sizes are designed to fit to the following body measurements:
Some brands may vary from these measurements but you can still use them as a guide.

LONG & SHORT T-SHIRTS SIZE GUIDE

SIZETO FIT CHEST SIZE
 INCHESCM
S 36-38 91-96
M 38-40 96-101
L 40-42 101-106
XL 42-44 106-111
XXL 44-46 111-116

Lengths of T-shirt will vary from style to style, however the average length of a size M top measures 27.5 inches / 70cm down centre back from collar to hem. Please see ''info & care'' on individual product pages for items specific length measurements.

MEN'S FOOTWEAR SIZE GUIDE

UK SIZEEU SIZEUS SIZEFOOT LENGTH (MM)
    
6 39 7 246
7 40.5 8 254
7.5 41 8.5 258
8 42 9 262
9 43 10 271

Organisation Information

Haathi Chaap

Haathi Chaap is a brand of paper manufactured in Rajasthan, India, out of elephant dung. The name comes from 'Haathi', meaning 'Elephant' in Hindi and 'Chaap' which means 'press' or 'imprint'. This eco-friendly stationary manufacturing company makes gorgeous poo paper products by recycling and sterilising elephant dung, making these wood free and chemical free stationary alternatives. 8% of Haathi Chaap products profits go to funding the betterment of elephants in Jaipur