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Trevose Marine Conservation Society Print Swim Shorts

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Inspired by a partnership with the Marine Conservation Society, these swim shorts feature an ocean-inspired print for a cool look – whether at the beach or by the pool. They're made with recycled polyester that mostly comes from plastic bottles, which helps to reduce landfill and prevent waste entering our oceans and harming the environment. This means you can look good and do good every time you hit the water!

  • Made using recycled materials
  • Quick drying fabric
  • Elasticated waistband with drawstring
  • Side pockets

Sustainability


We’re committed to using more sustainable materials. Read more about our commitments to sustainability here.

Product code: 962570

Dimensions

  • Inside leg: 6" / 15cm

Care Instructions

  • 100% polyester
  • Machine washable

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FREE on orders above $100, $5 for orders under $100.

Your order will be shipped via our fully tracked DHL Service, and you should expect it to arrive within 5 days of ordering.

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Returns Policy

You can return your unwanted items via post or to store within 30 days of receipt for full price items or 15 days for Sale items, they just need to be unused and in their original condition.

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FatFace collaboration with Marine Conservation Society.

The oceans need our help. We're putting too much plastic in and taking too many fish out.

We’ve teamed up with Marine Conservation Society on an exclusive collection, to help raise awareness of the importance of protecting the UK’s seas and coasts.

Shop the collection

Protect where we play. Watercolour illustration of 3 fish.
Watercolour illustration of crumpled plastic bottles.
Plastic litter has reached every part of the world's oceans.

If you'd like to reduce your impact, try to avoid using single-use plastic, like plastic straws, cotton buds, drinks stirrers, plastic cups and cutlery.

Turtles have seen the rise and fall of dinosaurs.

But they need our help now. From climate change and pollution to hunting and habitat disturbance, the Marine Turtle Conservation Programme works in the UK and overseas to help protect these much-loved, ancient mariners.

Watercolour illustration of sea turtles.
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