Striving to create sustainable islands and a better environment for all

dewerstone T-Shirt GILI ECO TRUST - TURTLE
dewerstone T-Shirt GILI ECO TRUST - TURTLE


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dewerstone X Gili Eco Trust

The Indonesian Gili islands have some of the worlds most progressive environmental NPO's. 

Gili Eco Trust head up coral reef rebuilding and turtle conservation programs on the island. Not to mention the weekly beach cleans. 

1% of all sales of this t-shirt go to environmental non-profit organisations including the Gili Eco Trust



- 100% Ringspun Organic Cotton

- PETA vegan approved

- Super soft feel 180gsm

- Great dewerstone medium fit. Well below the beltline in length and mid-bicep in sleeve. 

- Screen Printed  by us, in Dartmoor National Park


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T Shirts
Metric (CM) XS S M L XL XXL
Chest 92 98 104 110 122 128
Length 132 138 144 153 156 160

Measurements are the garment size. For more information see our Fit Guide.


Our mission is to create a sustainable island. To promote ecotourism and provide a healthy environment for working animals. To restore our coral reefs and to replenish our natural fish populations. To ensure that all waste created on Gili T is reduced to minimum levels and managed and separated properly for recycling projects where materials can be transported off the island.

To ensure the livelihoods of the local community is enhanced.

You can find the Gili Eco & dewerstone stores sitting side by side on the island of Gili Trawangan.

Our home on Gili Trawangan, Indonesia.

In 2018 earthquakes shattered the Gili Islands. It became a mission for us that should disaster strike again, we needed to be in a position to help.

By building a store in the Gili Islands and providing meaningful employment for local people, we could do just that.

As disaster struck again for the people of Lombok and Gili Trawangan, this time in the form of Covid-19 and huge loss of income through lack of tourism, we were there and able to make a difference with the feed the families campaign.