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T-SHIRTS (SS)

Pic: Malabar Battery - Gun Emplacement Munitions Corridor

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HOODIES

Pic: Malabar Battery - Munitions Supply Corridor

BASEBALL CAPS

Pic: Malabar Battery - Observation Post

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BEANIES

Pic: Malabar Battery - Strategy/Plotting Room

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ABOUT

INSPIRATION:

Damage Tolerance (DT) is a branch of structural design where by analysis is conducted to determine the resilience of metallic structures to maintain design strength under damage-conditions.
 

Taking the engieering essence of DT and redefining it in a social context, yields an attitude...an attitude best described as 'strength & resilience under adverse conditions' or simply expressd as: Damage Tolerance.

"Nothing hits harder than fear and time. Conquer your fears and win at life." - Damage Tolerance. Tap into it!

DTR (DAMAGE TOLERANCE RATING):
DTR is a bespoke rating system applied to all DT items and is recorded directly beneath the image of every garment. The DTR system itemises the supply chain informing the consumer if each of its six processes is conducted domestically or overseas. 

 

DTR Itemisation: 
1)  A = Australian grown cotton or wool
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2) A = Australian ginned lint (from cotton or wool)

3) A = Australian spun yarn (from cotton* or wool lint)

4) A = Australian knitted or woven fabric (from yarn)

5) A = Australian produced cuts (from fabric)

6) A = Australian knitted (from yarn) or sewn (from cuts) garment.

If an 'x' appears in place of an 'A', that process of the supply chain is NOT conducted domestically.

* Damage Tolerance is always working towards a DTR of AAAAAA for every garment. Unfortunately for cottton, no commercial mills remain in Australia to spin cotton lint into yarn. Therefore, at this stage, the highest DTR for a cotton garment is 'AAxAAA'.

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