For info on the shorts specifically, check out the product page, as sizing, materials, features, etc are outlined there.
1) Can I order outside of the US?
We now are opening shipping to Canada, Mexico and UK. We collect your shipping cost, but duties and taxes are your responsibility and maybe be required at your postal office for you to collect your order. Make sure to follow the sizing guide and don't be shy about emailing or DMing us about size as exchanges and returns can be pricey.
Please note there is nothing we can do about taxes and duties and you would have to pay it somewhere along the way, but since so many of you have been asking to order internationally, this is the fastest way to give you the opportunity to do so!
2) Can women wear these shorts?
Of course any business wants as many people as possible to buy their products! However, we have to be honest in that these shorts are specifically designed and cut to flatter typically male proportions. We suggest trying shorts from brands that cater to women and have tested their shorts on women's bodies.
3) When will the presales ship?
The prelaunch is a crowdfunding campaign. In exchange for your early support, we are selling the first batch of new styles at a discounted rate. This also means the clothing will not be manufactured until the presale closes, which can take, on average, 6 weeks. We appreciate your patience and hope the discount makes the wait a little less grueling!
Please make sure to use your email when ordering (not just your phone). We need that to email updates.
Just like typical crowdfunding campaigns that you see on Kickstarter or GoFundMe, we'll keep you posted via email and on our IG page.
4) What is your return policy?
5) I want to moan about pricing!
Here's the deal: huge brands and big box stores almost always cut costs by manufacturing overseas. The bulk of our costs in production are for manufacturing which we do in Downtown Los Angeles. We are a business that needs to make a profit in order to continue to stay in business. So the math is what it is. We like knowing that we can hop in our car almost any day of the week and meet and see the people who make our clothes.
We know they are being treated well and are being paid fair wages. We like that we can infuse our dollars back into our local manufacturing economy. As a small business, we can be agile and make faster improvements over time because of our ease of access to our manufacturer.
We want to bring quality clothes and a buildable wardrobe so you can purchase fewer, higher quality items that can go a longer way!