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Turkish Towel - Elenora

Turkish Towel - Elenora

Regular price $52.00 AUD
Regular price Sale price $52.00 AUD
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Description

  • Made from Recycled Polyester
  • Water resistant wet bag to carry around your wet swimsuits, soiled kids clothes or dirty reusable diapers
  • Double compartment with separate zip closures so you can separate your clean and wet / dirty stuff
  • Measures 18cm (W) x 25cm (L)
  • Care instructions: hand wash with mild soap and hang dry to inside out. Do not put in the dryer.

Please note our wet bags are water resistant and not waterproof or water repellent - so you can use them to carry damp items but not things that are soaking wet. 

Shipping and Returns

RETURNS

Doesn't fit, don't like it or change your mind? This item qualifies for RISK-FREE 30-Day RETURNS! If it doesn't fit, you don't like it or you change your mind, just return it, no questions asked, and we'll give you a full refund.

Please note that product colours may differ online compared to actual colours. We try our best to get as close a match as possible but there may be differences depending on screen settings.

+Note items must have tags on and be in original, unworn condition. See our shipping and returns page for full details on returns.

SHIPPING

We offer free courier shipping with minimum spend of:

  • Singapore: SG$80
  • Hong Kong: HK$800
  • Malaysia: RM 250
  • Rest of the world from USD 150-200*

*certain exclusions apply for free international shipping. See our shipping and returns page for full details on shipping rates and policies.

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Material

 contains 82% REPREVE® recycled polyester from plastic bottles, 18% spandex

 lab certified UPF 50+ sun protection

Why Sustainable Swimwear?

Swimwear is made from synthetic fabrics such as nylon and polyester, which are derived from petroleum products. They’re essentially plastics that won’t biodegrade for at least 400 years! Synthetic fabrics also release microplastics into the water when washed - these are tiny bits of plastic that come off of our clothes and get washed into the water system, where it eventually gets ingested by marine life (and makes it into our food supply, as we eat these fish!)What we can do is use recycled fabrics to make your swimming costumes, and also ensure it can be worn as long as possible so you can replace five cheap bathing suits with 1-2 good ones. The raw material for our swimwear is waste plastic, such as single-use water bottles. Also by using digital printing for all of my custom prints, we reduce the amount of ink and dye used in the process and reduce the amount of fabric wasted overall.

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