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Battery Analogy Dolman (Back Print) (Legacy Collection)

We use the battery analogy to explain life living with a chronic illness, especially those that are invisible.

Every single thing we do costs us energy. Something seemingly simple, like getting up and getting dressed can take up a ton of charge leaving us rationing energy for the rest of the day. On high-pain days, our batteries are depleted even faster. Some days we can recharge through some rest or borrow charge from the next day, but it's always being considered. As Chargies we don't have the luxury of living life without considering how much charge we have left.

(The Battery Analogy was originally written by Natalie van Scheltinga, the founder of The Unchargeables. We now call ourselves The Chargies!)
Not sold in stores - Internet Exclusive!
  • 4.3 oz., 50% polyester, 25% combed ringspun cotton, 25% rayon jersey, 32 singles
  • Fabric laundered for reduced shrinkage
  • Set-in 1x1 tri-blend baby rib collar with front cover-stitch
  • Curved hem; Side-seamed; Curve hem
  • Print Method: DIGISOFT™

*This item is being discontinued. Please note that not all sizes and colors will be available.*

We advise ordering one size larger then your usual size, as this style of shirt tends to run a little short.

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View the entire Battery Analogy Collection HERE.

Note: This design is printed on the back of the shirt.