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Confetti Stone 20'' Boardshorts

Volcom Confetti Stone 20'' Boardshorts

DKK 410,65 DKK 485,38 15 % sparet
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Farve: blue bird
Leveringstid 2 til 5 hverdage
Pasform:  Modellen er 180 cm høj og bruger størrelse 32.
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Model info
Bernd bruger 32
Højde 180 cm Brystmål 92 cm
Armlængde 63 cm Taljemål 79 cm
Indvendig benlængde 77 cm Hoftemål 102 cm
Størrelsesguide for Volcom - Mænd Boardshorts

Hit the swell in style this year! 

When it comes to performance and boardshorts we can rely on Volcom as usual. The Confetti Stone 20 has it all. A stony design combined with premium recycled 4-way stretch and several technical details guarantee fun on and off the waves. What's special about its material is that it is partially made out of exclusive Repreve Recycle Stretch fibres taken from recycled PET bottles.True to the motto: Turn plastic bottles into cool stuff! Well done, Volcom, well done! 


  • Artikelnr.: 562218
  • Materialespecifikation: 92 % polyester, 8 % elastane
  • Materiale features:
    • Vandafvisende
    • Hurtigttørrende
    • Stræk
  • Benlængde: Knælængde
  • Øko: Genbrug
  • Pasform: Regular fit
  • Men's boardshorts by Volcom
  • Non elastic hem
  • 20'' outer seam length
  • Cinch-fly technology with drawcord for a perfect, adjustable closure
  • 4-way stretch to keep you flexible
  • Side pocket with zipper and integrated key clip
  • Contains Repreve® recycled fibres
  • No Velcro® fastener, no zipper. To avoid skin irritations
  • Logo details
  • Lace closure

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Om Volcom

Born out of the spirit to pursue ones passions, Volcom's mission is to turn obstacles into opportunities and give people the courage to tempt the impossible. Right in line with what we here at Blue Tomato strive to do. Volcom have taken the snowboard, skate and surfing scenes by storm since they kicked the whole thing off in 1991, and it doesn't look like they are about to stop any time soon.