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Badshorts Primary Elastic - Deep Mustard - S

Swim shorts with elastic waist and stretch from Banks Journal.

Incl. tax:
899 kr
539 kr
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Store Stockholm: Out of Stock
Store Visby: In Stock
Online stock: In Stock
  • Delivery with DHL
  • Shipping to Europe
  • 14 day return policy
  • Description

    Swim shorts with elastic waist and stretch from Banks Journal.

    - 97% cotton, 3% elastane

    - 2 side pockets and 1 back pocket

    - Elastic waist with drawstring

    - The model is 185cm and uses medium

    - 17 inches long

    Lowest price during the previous 30 days before discount: 899 kr

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    Vanliga frågor

    Q: What’s your return policy?
    A: If you change your mind you're free to return your items within 14 days after you received your order.

    Q: I have some questions about size and colour?
    A: Sizes can vary from brand to brand, as well as how the colour appears on the images. We try to give a heads up in the product description if something is really deviating, but if you have questions - don’t hesitate to shoot us an email at butik@654.se or call us on +46 864 04 654. If you’re calling outside of Sweden, make sure you check the local time - you won’t get the best answers while we’re sleep talking.

    Q: When can I receive my order?
    A: We deliver as fast as we can! Usually we send it the same day or the day after, depending on what time you placed your order. We send all our packages with DHL.

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  • About the manufacturer

    With two founders (Tim Cochran and Rama McCabe) born and raised in the creative hub of Byron Bay and the other two (Masa Shibahara and Motoo Noda) under the neon lights of Tokyo, this Australian surf brand combines the best of two worlds - coastal living and a passion for design. The yearning for adventure and the desire to make the world a better place, inspires Banks Journal to produce functional yet stylish clothes made with as many environmentally friendly materials as possible. Like a tropical 654, Banks Journal creates colorful garments for the sunny beach as well as the bustling city.