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Platypus Australia Boys' Crab Crawl Brief (6mos-2T)

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Put him in a baby brief to add some style to the swim-diaper look. The Platypus Australia Boys’ Crab Crawl Brief fits... Read More
SKU: PB31BC-17 Product Code: 8155041

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    Put him in a baby brief to add some style to the swim-diaper look. The Platypus Australia Boys’ Crab Crawl Brief fits snugly around the bottom and features a fun crab print. Plus, its fabric retains its shape, resists chlorine and blocks close to 100% of harmful UV rays.

    Fabric & Care

    • Hand wash and hang dry.
    • UPF 50+ sun protection blocks 97.5% of harmful UV radiation.
    • Chlorine-resistant, breathable, shape-retaining fabric.
    • Lycra® Xtra Life™ fabric.

    Details

    • Boys’ swim brief.
    • Stretchy waist and leg holes.
    • Crab print throughout.
    • Wearable over a swim diaper.

    Sizing & Fit

    • Full bottom coverage.
    • Sized for ages 6 months—2 years.

    Country of Origin

    • Made in Australia.

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Platypus Australia

Platypus Australia is a leading UV Swimwear brand, offering a selection of high-quality sun protective swimwear for girls and boys. Designed to mix-and-match, the UV-protective swimwear and rash guards are perfect for kids who like to be active, comfortable, and stylish.

Platypus Australia’s sun-safe swimwear ensures maximum sun protection with a UPF 50+ rating, blocking out at least 97.5% of harmful ultraviolet radiation to meet the strict criteria of both the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) and the British Standard for ultraviolet radiation.