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Sturrocks online 30 days of deck shoes promotion

by Sturrocks on 7 Sep 2012
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Sturrocks Mosman, who have been servicing the marine industry since 2004, are proud to announce the launch of their new online store.

Located in Mosman, Sydney, Sturrocks have long been the destination of choice for Australia’s discerning sailors who are looking for the best in sailing technical wear and casual onshore gear.

The new online store allows easy-access to the many exclusive products that Sturrocks stock with the simple click of a button. Offering free shipping to anywhere in Australia and a no fuss return/ exchange policy, Sturrocks Online makes shopping easy for both the larger sailing community and those who are out of town or just too busy to get in.

With over 3500 items, Sturrocks is Australia’s first one-stop nautical shop, specialising in technical brands such as Musto, Helly Hansen, Sail Racing, Zhik, Gill, North Sails, Harken, Dubarry, Sebago, Sperry and Spinlock.

Sturrocks have also broadened their range in recent years to support some upcoming Australian fashion labels such as The Rocks Push and The Academy Brand, and have released their own exclusive Sturrocks shirt range for men which are uniquely designed and made in Italy from the finest Italian cloth – making any yachty look respectable when celebrating their victory after a race.

To celebrate the launch of Sturrocks Online, Sturrocks will donate $20 from every deck shoe sale throughout the month of September to Sailablility, to support the volunteers who make the Sailability program the world class program that it is in Australia.

The benefit of buying online in Australia is it will not only support Australian marine businesses and help keep jobs in Australia, but it will also provide valuable funds to assist programs like Sailability and Youth Sailing.

So start the season with a new pair of deck shoes delivered to your door - freight free - and support Sailablility. Visit our website or see us in-store at Sturrocks - 1/555 Military Road, Mosman, NSW.
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