Boys' T-shirt in plain knitted fabric in olive colour. The neck seam binding is in orange. The decoration features a large print of letters with embossed dots that can be read in braille and a label with brand detail. Available from size 4 years to 16 years.

Louis Braille

Louis Braille was born on 4th January 1852 in Paris, France. He was a teacher who designed a system of reading and writing for persons unable to see. When he was 3 years old he had an accident with his father’s tools, subsequently losing his sight completely when he was but 5 years old. Despite this clear disadvantage he was a good student and won a scholarship to France’s Royal Institute for Blind Youth, where he studied using earlier methods like those of Valentin Haüy or Charles Barbier. But they were incomplete, either following letters in relief or reading from dots and dashes with no capital letters or punctuation. When he was only 15 years old, he took the Barbier method and improved on it by simplifying its system. The idea was to reduce the number of dots in relief to a suitable size that could be felt with a single touch of the fingertip, using a grid to keep them in straight rows. His system changed the life of many blind people all over the world.  

WASHING INSTRUCTIONS:Machine wash up to 30ºc. Do not bleach. No tumble dry. Iron up to 110ºc. Do not dry-clean.

The delivery time is 2-4 working days from the date of the order.

You have 60 days from the date of receipt of the product to carry out its return.

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