the adventures continue
a win for you, mother nature, and another little explorer
1 return = 15% off
iksplor more - send back initiative
As a parent herself, Karissa found it discouraging the amount of textile waste she accumulated as her little one quickly sized up. Overwhelmed with how to responsibly dispose of her daughter’s used and often ruined clothing, her and her sister set out to create the best children’s adventure clothing. The Iksplor collection made from durable and stain resistant 100% merino wool was born.
We developed the Iksplor More Send Back Initiative to make it easier for parents to responsibly dispose of their Iksplor clothing. If you would like help responsibly disposing your baby’s used clothing, you can send us back your Iksplor adventure wear, regardless of condition, for 15% off your next order.
We accept your used Iksplor clothing and essentials regardless of their condition. As parents we know kids are tough on everything, they are supposed to be! Make responsibly disposing of your Iksplor clothing easy, by sending it back to us to reuse or recycle. To have the least impact on mother earth, our goal is to extend the use of your garment by reusing the pieces. This cuts down on overproduction. If the garment is in good condition we will safely clean it so it’s adventures can continue with another little explorer!
If the garment is no longer in a condition where it can be used, we will either work with one of our nonprofit partners to recycle the materials for reuse or compost the pieces. Merino wool can be composted within 6 months which is a fraction of the time of synthetic garments!
Click here to get your free, pre-paid return label to ship the garments back to us at no cost.
Once we receive your garments we will send you a confirmation with a 15% off code.
+ The US generates over 15 million tons of textile waste, the majority of which is sent to our landfills.
+ It can take hundreds of years for our children’s synthetic clothing to decompose...100’s!
+ The average american throws away approximately 80 pounds of used clothing per year!
+ 85% of used clothing ends up in the landfill