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The Bamboo Sweatshirt - Slàinte Mhath in Black - XSMALL is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.

The softest and most durable sweatshirt you will even own. 

Slim-fit, super soft bamboo sweatshirt. Dress it up or dress it down, this crew neck is perfect for anyone looking for comfort.

The perfect blend of 70% rayon from bamboo and 30% organic cotton.

Made Ethically in Canada.


Why do you say Slàinte Mhath, and what does it mean?

Raising a glass is common practice in many pubs, bars and gatherings, whether it’s for celebration, commiseration or simply because it’s the end of a long week. There are so different ways to say "cheers" in many countries all over the world, however, in Scotland, it’s Slàinte Mhath!

Irish or Scots Gaelic?

The term Slàinte Mhath (Pronounced Slanj-a-va) is actually both Irish and Scots Gaelic. The way the phrase is pronounced is the same for both dialects, however the way it is spelt differs subtly. The Irish spell it Slàinte Mhaith. The phrase translates to "Good health" in both dialects, and if you want to respond to this using Scots Gaelic, you would say, "do dheagh shlainte" meaning "to your good health."

Where did Gaelic originate?

Scots Gaelic is believed to have come from a northern region of Ireland and was carried over to Scotland, particularly to the west coast and Highland areas in around the 4th or 5th century. The people who spoke Gaelic were referred to as the Gaels. The spread of the language grew to the Lowland areas of Scotland in the 8thcentury.