The order will be processed the same day. As soon as your order has been shipped you will receive an e-mail with a personal tracking code so you can keep track of your order with PostNL's 'track and trace'.
Dutch shipping will take 1-3 days.
For shipping outside the Netherlands costs depend on your shipping address. We’ve got different shipping zones:
|Zone 1||€ 12.00||France, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Denmark, Czech Republic and Slovakia|
|Zone 2||€ 30.00||Rest of the world|
Standard does not apply on furniture pieces larger than 175 x 78 x 58 CM or heavier than 30 KG. Want a shipping quote? Email us at email@example.com
You can send the item(s) back to our shop:
Six and Sons
Haarlemmerdijk 31h, 1013 KA Amsterdam
You can drop by our Six and Sons shop in Amsterdam.
Please bring the product, the original receipt or webshop order confirmation. The items and their condition are your responsibility, until the moment we receive them back at the store. We can’t refund damaged or used products. We will send you an email to confirm your return has been received and refund processed. Your refund will be credited back via the original method of payment. Please allow up to 3-5 workdays for your refund to appear on your bank statement. Unfortunately we can not compensate your delivery costs.
Made from 100% cotton poplin with a contrasting embroidered salmon logo on the pocket, and contrasting side seam gusset and collar and cuff placket taping. The shirts have a button collar, breast pocket and back loop and come with spare buttons in a tracing paper envelope.
Fleet London is a new menswear brand based in Soho, London W1. Fleet is focused on premium cotton poplin shirts and slimmer fit boxer shorts. Their cotton is sustainably sourced in India and the packaging is largely recycled and entirely plastic-free. The brand is named after the nearby river Fleet, London's largest buried river, and the logo embroidered on to our shirts and boxers is the Atlantic salmon, which has returned to the much cleaned river Thames for the first time since the 1830s. It can be done!