Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants
Always Was Track Pants

Always Was Track Pants

Regular price $80.00 Sale price$73.00
This tracky is back due to popular demand!
Relaxed fit premium all genders tracksuit pants.
Made locally on Wurundjeri Country in Narrm.
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- Made locally on Wurundjeri Country in Thomastown.
- Meets Ethical Clothing Australia guidelines.
- Black heavy weight 320 GSM poly cotton fleece.
- Hem cuffs leg band.
- Two side pockets.
- Elastic waist with draw cord.
- Woven elastic statement stripes expressed down the side leg with the phrase 'Always Was, Always Will Be'.
- Embroidered Clothing The Gaps circle logo embellishment on ankle.
- Woven feature tag above left pocket.

Nathan is wearing an L. Deeks is wearing an XS.

Find your deadly fit, see our size chat above the 'add to cart' button.

This product is Ally Friendly.

Ally friendly merch is for everyone.

When we see non-Indigenous people wearing our designs, we feel proud that they are repping our merch and culture.

When we see Aboriginal designs in the world, it means Indigenous people are not invisible in the landscape.

But, purchasing from Aboriginal brands, businesses and wearing Indigenous designs alone is surface-level allyship. There needs to be more commitment than just buying from Aboriginal brands and businesses.

Wearing Aboriginal design is not dismantling a system that oppresses Indigenous people. Allies need to do more and learn more. Wearing our tees is a great starting point. We have equipped you with our merch and some of the educational content to go with them. We want you to go out in the world, have these important conversations and find ways to do more and support more.

Learn more.

The full phrase "Always Was, Always Will Be Aboriginal Land" can be traced back to the Aboriginal land rights movement in far-western New South Wales.

The late Barkandji man Uncle William Bates is credited with leading the rallies that birthed the cry, which is now ubiquitous at Aboriginal civil rights rallies.

The phrase came from a conversation in which Uncle William said to his father, "it's not your land anymore, whitefellas own it".

Uncle Jim Bates replied: "No, they only borrowed it; it always was, and always will be Aboriginal land."

Source: ABC News 30/4/2021

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We are a proud to be the first Aboriginal business registered and certified by @ethicalclothingaustralia

Ethical Clothing Australia (ECA) ensures our workforce manufacturing our clothes on Wurundjeri Country are being paid appropriately, receiving all their legal entitlements and working in safe conditions.

Learn more about our locally made collection.

We aim to ship between 1-2 work days.

Our goal is for you to love what you have purchased and we are stoked to offer free returns on full priced items!

All you need to do to start a return or exchange is head to our Returns Portal.

Some exclusions apply, see our full Returns and Exchanges policy for all the deets.

Wear your values

Quality gender inclusive relaxed fits

Made on Wurundjeri Country

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