Forget Marie Kondo-ing your closet, shove your old clobber aside and make way for some fresh threads. The We Are Explorers merch store is open!

It’s been a hot minute since our first run of WAE tees were released, and with less than 100 produced they’re rarer than a Gucci chalk bag at the crag. WAE’ve heeded the call of the wild (ok, we got a couple of DMs on Instagram), pulled our fingers out and put together a new run of merch for all you explorers out there.

This time around we’re rolling out two new tee designs, a cap to keep you Sun Smart and some patches to slap on your fave backpack. We’ve even got our hands on a few collab bottles with Muve, that we’re throwing back online in the new store.

 

Enter The Store!

 

Ethically Made, Organic Cotton & Compostable Bags

We care about the land we tread on, which is why we hooked up with our buddies over at FairTees. Not only are they a small Aussie business, but they source top quality, fair trade and organic cotton clothing, meaning you can feel pretty good about adding a new tee to the stable.

Keeping it green, we’ll be shipping our goods in home-compostable bags, because, you know, single-use plastic sucks and home-composting rocks!

We Are Explorers Merch Store is Live, by Mattie Gould, WAE merch, serenity tee, compost bag, stormy arvo tee

Wicked Art From Scotty Williams

Scotty Williams sent us one of his banger illustrations a little while back, and instead of running out a few stickers, we’ve slapped it on the back of our Serenity Tee. Stand by for a full interview with Scotty in the coming weeks. For those that like the simple things, our Stormy Arvo Tee features a subtle chest logo and is dark enough to hide all manner of stains.

Hop through to the store to see the full line-up and to grab a tee before they all disappear.

 

Enter The Store!

 


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