Jnr Black Water Rock Holes Swim Shorts

$41

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Description

ORTC is honoured to collaborate with Pintupi artist Debra Nangala McDonald on the Jnr Black Water Rock Holes Swim Shorts. Her artistry brings a deep cultural richness to our collection, reflecting our commitment to supporting Indigenous communities through this partnership.

All proceeds from the sales of these swim shorts will be donated to the ALNF to support their mission of promoting literacy and numeracy among Indigenous Australians.

  • Quick drying, mid-length swim shorts
  • Internal fine mesh briefs 
  • Elastic waistband with drawstring
  • Two side pockets with rear button up pocket
  • Designed in Australia. Made in China
Size & Fit
  • Standard Fit 
  • Straight fit through the legs
  • Standard Length
Shipping & Returns

Standard Shipping (5 - 9 Business Days)
$6.00 USD or free for orders over $100 USD

Express Shipping (2 - 4 Business Days)
$10.00 USD

Customers are responsible for covering the shipping costs associated with returns. This process is facilitated through our dedicated returns portal. Please view our Returns & Exchanges Policy here

Care & Materials

Materials: 100% Recycled Polyester
Care: Cold hand wash with similar colours using a mild detergent avoiding the use of harsh chemicals or stain removers. Do not tumble dry or leave in direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time as this can discolour the fabric.

Debra Nangala McDonald, born in Papunya in 1963, descends from a celebrated family of Pintupi artists, including her mother Martha McDonald and her grandfather Shorty Lungkata Tjungurrayi, a key figure in establishing the Papunya Tula art Co-operative and the Western Desert Art Movement.

ORTC is honoured to collaborate with Debra Nangala McDonald on three unique swim short designs. Her artistry brings a deep cultural richness to our collection, reflecting our commitment to supporting Indigenous communities through this partnership.

All proceeds from the sales of these swim shorts will be donated to the ALNF, supporting their mission to promote literacy and numeracy among Indigenous Australians.