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Kid's Fall Short

Retail $60.00

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The Hammies short is an old short for a new generation. This short style was popularized in the 1970s in Southern California and for a decade it was the staple of skateboarders, surfers, rollerskaters, camp counselors, Tom Selleck, and many more. In the mid-1980s, shorts got longer and pants got baggier and for the proceeding 3 decades, the shorts were forgotten (a period also known as The Shorts Dark Ages). Fast-forward to 2017: Hammies has revived the once forgotten shorts in all of their primary-colored and wide-waled corduroy glory and once again, all was right with the world.

In short, the Hammies short is a homage to a time when shorts were shorter, fuzzier, and more colorful. Now your little one can be as stylish as you used to be in the 70-80s 😸

  • 🌱 Stretch corduroy (98% cotton, 2% elastic)
  • 📏 3" inseam
  • 🤸‍♂️ Elastic waist
  • 💎 Copper snap

Sizing

Hammies sizing is based on US pants sizing (size 24 means 24-inch waist). If you don't know your little one's waist size, measure around their waist just above the hips. If they're in between sizes, size up for a more relaxed fit and size down for a slimmer fit. Hammies fit true-to-size 👍

Don't see your little one's size? We are introducing more sizes and we want to include you! Fill out our Size Survey so that we know what size to make 👍




Free shipping

Use discount code DOUBLEDOWN to get free shipping worldwide on orders of two or more shorts 🎉

Free exchanges

If the shorts don't fit like you expect, you can swap them out for a different size at no cost to you (US customers only) 👌

See our exchange and return policy for details.

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Minimum $350
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Hammies is an old short for a new generation. The short style was popularized in the 1970s by surf and skate communities in Southern California. The shorts were worn by skateboard legends like the Zephyr skate team, surf legends like Jeff Hakman, and pop culture icons like Tom Selleck and Chevy Chase. They were worn by rollerskaters, tennis players, camp counselors, computer programmers, hippies, and they were probably worn by your mom and dad.