Billabong Sundays Pro Board Short - Men's

Billabong Sundays Pro Board Short - Men's
Billabong Sundays Pro Board Short - Men's
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Sundays Pro Board Short - Men's by Billabong
During the week you might be out chasing dawn patrol pre-work swells, but on Sundays... well you like Sundays. Wake up at the crack of noon, throw on the Billabong Sundays Pro Board Short, grab a breakfast burrito, and hit the surf. With an eco-friendly stretch fabric and a range of fun and laid-back designs, this short has the performance and energy to match your Sunday vibes. The four-way stretch material moves with you for uninhibited mobility as you slash the waves, then dries quickly when you head into shore thanks to its water-repellent treatment. A small patch pocket lets you stash your phone when you cruise the boardwalk, and the drawcord waistband ensures that your shorts don't slide the next time you get knocked around in the swell.

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