№ 90 Thorium Romper
To pay homage to the building blocks of all matter and Dmitri Mendeleev’s masterpiece, The Periodic Table of Elements, Theory Tot presents our Elements collection.
Thorium was discovered in 1828 by the Swedish chemist Jöns Jakob Berzelius, who named it after Thor, the Norse god of thunder. Thorium was used in nuclear power plants, but most were shut down in the 70’s in favour of Uranium which could be used to make nuclear weapons.
This cute elemental number is the perfect attire for the up-and-coming tiny scientist, it’s soft and comfortable, but durable enough to withstand any scientific expedition, no matter how messy.
These rompers are designed with parents in mind with an easy on-and-off neckband for speedy outfit changes and snaps for easy diaper change access or quick opening for toddlers that need to go NOW!Each design is printed using eco-friendly water based inks onto rompers made in the USA, sweatshop free, by American Apparel. The placement of the graphic will vary depending on the romper size you order.
|Fabric||100% fine ring-spun combed cotton|
|Shrinkage||will shrink an average of one size when put in the dryer|