Patagonia Stretch Hydroflow 19in Board Short - Men's

Patagonia Stretch Hydroflow 19in Board Short - Men's
Patagonia Stretch Hydroflow 19in Board Short - Men's
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Stretch Hydroflow 19in Board Short - Men's by Patagonia
When the season's best swell is finally here, the last thing you want is for the wrong pair of boardshorts to limit your movement and performance on the most epic waves you've seen all year. Throw on the Patagonia Stretch Hydroflow 19in Board Short and you'll be all set. These shorts offer easy movement both in the water and on your board with their stretchy construction and streamlined fit, ensuring comfort as you slash, rip, and ride until the sun goes down. A four-way stretch fabric allows for mobility in all directions, and features articulated, sonic-welded seams that allow your shorts to stretch as a single garment for a more complete fit and greater comfort when moving. They also utilize a fused Hydroflow waistband that conforms to the shape of your hips, offering a snug fit that stays close to your body as you move.

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