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Volcom Stripe Dot 18'' Boardshorts

$ 54.16 $ 65.- You saved 17 %
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Colour: sea navy
Size:
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Delivery time 3 to 6 business days
 
Fit:  The model is 180 cm tall and wears M.
Customer service: +43 3687 2422 333
Information about the model
Bernd wears M.
Body height 180 cm Chest girth 92 cm
Arm length 63 cm Waist girth 79 cm
Inside leg length 77 cm Hip girth 102 cm
Size chart for Volcom - Men Boardshorts

STRIPES, DOTS - TOP! 

If you like to keep things short and sweet - choose the Stripe Dot Trunks 18. Performance wise they've got it all. Let alone their looks... A premium 4-way stretch material offers a maximum of flexibility, while several pockets at the front and back keep your necessities save at all times. What's special about these shorts though, is the material they're made of: sustainable hemp fibres. And to make sure everything stays in place Volcom has built in an elastic hem with drawcord. Surfing cinch 'em tight, beaching let 'em loose!

Attributes

  • Article number: 562220
  • Material Specification: 67 % polyester, 18 % cotton, 8 % hemp, 7 % elastane
  • Material Features:
    • Quick-drying
    • Stretch
    • Water-repellent
  • Leg length: Knee-length
  • Fit: Regular fit
Features
  • Men's boardshorts by Volcom
  • Elastic hem
  • 18'' outer seam length
  • 4-way stretch for flexibility 
  • Back pocket with zipper and integrated key clip
  • 2 side pockets
  • Contains sustainable hemp fibres
  • No Velcro® fastener, no zipper. To avoid skin irritations
  • Logo details
  • Lace closure

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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.