Designed to help you get after it while looking sharp. Don the Saturday’s NYC men’s Danny Boardshorts when you need a high-performing, four-way stretch material to keep up and a minimal design that goes with anything. A nylon drawcord lets you customize your fit and hang onto your trunks when the surf starts pumping.
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Feeling hungry? There might just be one thing better than eating seafood: Wearing the print on a pair of board shorts. The Roark men’s Seafood Stew Board Shorts is a festive design full of different cuisines found by the Roark team in Hong Kong restaurants.
No chafing, water-logging or riding up (or down) here, just the perfect fit with all-day, multi-sport durability for these bad boys. The Roark Revival men’s Savage Boatman Boardshorts are in it to win it, whether you’re kite surfing, going for a spur-of-the-moment cruise on a sailboat or heading to the tiki bar (‘cause yes, that’s a sport, too) they’re with you and game for anything.
The Filson men’s Green River Water Shorts know that when the water’s flowing the last thing anyone needs are restrictions. The 7-inch inseam on the shorts does away with excess material so snags are a thing of the past while moving around the raft, and the elastic waistband and drawcord will make sure they don’t come off should you go overboard. Coupled with its fast-drying cotton-nylon construction and dual front and rear patch pockets, these shorts are the perfect blend of style and substance.
Cool off and take a dip in the Deus Ex Machina men’s Sandbar Breeze Block boardshort. With a soft, comfortable, elasticated fit, these 16-inch cotton canvas boardshorts feature side entry pockets, and a back button with a button closure and key string so you don’t get locked out while you’re busy paddling out.
When you want to swim but not look like a swimmer, dive into the Bridge & Burn men’s Wakeman shorts. These relaxed fit boardshorts have an elasticized back waistband and drawstring, and feature an inseam that’s neither too short nor too long.