Navy Hanlan's Point Shirt
Launched at Bather's Surf Shack pop-up in Toronto, Bather's new crew neck t-shirts are made of a high-quality, ultra-soft cotton. This navy crew neck features retro-style graphics on the front chest and back, highlighting Toronto Island's Hanlan's Point beach. Pre-shrunk and made in Canada.
To find your perfect fit, measure the chest and length of a shirt you like. For the chest, lay your shirt flat and measure across pit to pit. For the length, measure the back of your shirt from the neckline down to the bottom.
All measurements are in inches.
Orders with Standard Shipping are shipped via Canada Post and delivered by the destination country's national mail provider. Orders with Express Shipping are shipped via FedEx Overnight. All orders placed on bather.com are provided with a tracking number which you will receive via email once the order has been shipped.
Canada (Standard, 3-5 business days) — $15 USD
USA (Standard, 5-7 business days) — $10 USD
USA (Express, 1 business day) — $25 USD
International — Continue to checkout to determine shipping rates and times to your destination
**All orders totalling $100 USD or more before taxes will receive free standard shipping. Applicable only to orders shipping within the USA.
All orders placed through bather.com will be processed the same day. If your order is placed before 11 AM EST, it will be processed and shipped the same day. Otherwise, it will be shipped the following business day. Orders placed on weekends and holidays will be processed and shipped the following business day. Please allow 3-5 business days for standard shipping to Canada and 5-7 business days for shipping to the USA.
For orders shipping internationally, please allow 7-9 business days. Please note that your Canada Post tracking number will most likely be trackable via your national mail provider once it reaches the destination country. Customs charges may apply.
Lost or Damaged Items
Bather is not responsible for any damages or lost packages incurred during transit. All purchases are made at the buyers’ own risk.