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Volcom Quarta Static Stoney Calções de Praia

$ 54,24 $ 78,37 31 % poupados
incluindo IVA excl. custos de envio
Côr: black
Tempo de entrega somente 3 a 5 dias úteis
 
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Infos de modelo
Mansour veste 32
Altura de corpo 183 cm Peito 90 cm
Comprimento de braço 68 cm Cinta 77 cm
Comprimento de dentro da perna 95 cm Tamanho de anca 93 cm
Tabela de tamanhos para Volcom - Homem Boardshorts

Quarta Static Stoney Boardshort by Volcom

Everything you want from a boardshort can be found here: style, style and style again. Together with the elastic fabric, the back pocket and the side pockets, this is the ideal companion on the beach, lake or while playing Frisbee in the park. What more do you want?

Atributos

  • Artigo núm.: 599129
  • Para: Homem
  • Especificações de Material: 94 % polyester, 6 % elastane
  • Peso: 240 g
  • Características do Material:
    • Elasticidade
    • Repelente de água
  • Comprimento de perna: Pelo joelho
  • Eco: Com materiais reciclados
  • Tipo: Corte regular
Features
  • Non-elastic waistband
  • 20"-long outer seam (51 cm)
  • Colour-block design
  • Two side pockets
  • One back pocket with logo patch, Velcro® closure and integrated key loop
  • Logo patch on left leg left
  • Lace fastening
  • The Cinch Fly technology with a drawcord guarantees perfect, adjustable closure
  • 4-way stretch for the extra freedom of movement
  • Contains Repreve® recycled fibres
  • Water-repellent coating for extra fast drying
  • No Velcro® fastener and no zipper to prevent skin irritation
  • Contains hemp fibres

Disponibilidade em loja

Sobre a 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.