The Bathers Company

Blue Marle Swim Shorts

Blue Marle Swim Shorts

$27.90 NZD $39.90 NZD

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Funky euro style swimming shorts in blue marle. These have a corded elastic waist for a perfect fit. Exceptionally high quality, your child will grow out of these before they stretch or fade!  

They are fully lined and made from Polyester/pbt so they are chlorine proof and will outlast any amount of swimming in chlorinated pools. The fabric is quick drying and has a UPF of 50+.   

Sizing

These swim shorts fit the age they are labelled up to the next size. Eg. Size 2 fits age 2-3 years.  As they have a drawstring waist they can be pulled in to fit skinny tummies.

Size Fits age Height cm Chest cm Waist cm Hip cm
2 2-3 years 92-98 52-54 53-54 58-60
3 3-4 years 98-109 54-56 54-55 60-62
4 4-6 years 109 -122 56-60 55-58 62-66
6 6-8 years 122-134 60-65 58-60 66-71
8 8-10 years 134 – 145 65- 71 60-64 71-77
10 10-12 years 145 – 150 71-74 64-66 77-80
12 12-14 years 150-155 74-77 66-68 80-83

One of the easiest way to check that you are buying the right size is to compare the below measurements with a pair of shorts or underwear that fit well. The measurements are taken by laying the item flat on a table and measuring across (not all the way around).

Size Across Waist Across Hem Length of leg from top of waist to hem
2 23 15 20
3 23.5 15.5 21.5
4 24 16 22.5
6 27 17 25

Established in 2009, The Bathers Company are Australian owned. They produce a quality and long lasting range of swimwear that offers very high sun protection and unsurpassed comfort. They take time to ensure they make an ethical product:

  • they ensure their manufacturing partners pay a fair wage and provide good working conditions. The swimwear is made in Fiji, and the manufacturer is part of the MIIF initiative
  • they are conscious of their impact on the environment not only in the making of the product but in the longevity of it. 
  • They design unisex items so you can pass them from child to child. 
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