Explorer Shorts (2-12 years)
Tracked shipping is FREE within New Zealand for all orders over $120.00. For orders less than $120.00, a flat-rate shipping fee of $5.00 will apply.
Shipping to Australia is a flat-rate of NZ$8.00, and rest-of-the-world is a flat-rate of NZ$20.00
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Our returns policy lasts 30 days. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately we can’t offer you a refund or exchange. For more details please click here.
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Denim explorers shorts with SIX pockets - perfect for a treasure-hunting expedition! Made from 100% cotton, these will survive the toughest of adventurers. With a comfortable elastic waist, these shorts fit all types of bodies.
Conceived in 1999 by Australian designer Frances Carrington, Eternal Creation runs its own design and production unit, the Himalaya Tailoring Centre in Dharamsala, India. Eternal Creation is a registered member of the Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand, while the Himalaya Tailoring Centre is a certified member of the Fair Trade Forum India (affiliated with the World Fair Trade Organisation). Winners of the 2013 Source Award for Sustainable Childrenswear, Eternal Creation employs over 70 staff, spanning Tibetan, Nepalese and Indian cultures, and encompassing Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh and Muslim faiths. Rather than outsource to meet growing demand, they have concentrated on increasing the capacity of their tailoring centre, providing more jobs for the local community and ensuring their high quality standards and ethical principles are maintained. A particular focus is women's employment and training: staff benefits include a free children's creche, parental leave, paying school fees and English classes.