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Volcom Snt Faded 19'' Shorts

€ 59.95 € 69.95 You saved 14 %
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Colour: stealth
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Delivery time 3 to 6 business days
Fit:  The model is 184 cm tall and wears 32.
Customer service: +43 3687 2422 333
Information about the model
Max wears 32.
Body height 184 cm Chest girth 93 cm
Arm length 69 cm Waist girth 76 cm
Inside leg length 90 cm Hip girth 103 cm
Size chart for Volcom - Men Shorts

Turn plastic bottles into cool stuff! 

The SNT Faded 19'' Shorts by Volcom guarantee the level of performance you need. They are so-called hybrid shorts, which means, they can be worn to uni as well as for your next line up. What's special is their material: partly made of sustainable hemp fibre and exclusive Repreve recycle stretch fibres, they have helped to at least take away a few useless empty plastic bottles from our planet (that's right! The production of Mod Tech boardshorts for example needs 5 plastic bottles). Get them, throw them on and hit the streets in style this year! 


  • Article number: 557037
  • Material Specification: 83 % polyester, 8 % cotton, 6 % elastane, 3 % other fibers
  • Material Features:
    • Stretch
    • Quick-drying
  • Features: Side pockets
  • Leg length: Knee-length
  • Eco: Recycled
  • Fit: Regular fit
  • Rise: Medium rise
  • Shorts by Volcom
  • Non-elastic hem
  • 19'' outer seam
  • 4-way stretch material 
  • Contains Repreve® recycled fibres and hemp fibres
  • Modern fit
  • 2 back pockets
  • Logo details
  • Buttons, zipper
  • Smartphone pocket
  • Asymmetrical buttock seam

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About 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.