The perfect fit
Our women’s board shorts are a must-pack when travelling to any warm-weather destination. Few items of clothing will prove to be as useful as board shorts, as they are a capsule wardrobe staple suitable for both wet and dry conditions. Designed for a range of board sports such as surfing, kiteboarding, wakeboarding and stand-up paddle boarding, if your into watersports pair your shorts with a rashguard for maximum protection and your good to go! [expand title=”Read More”]
Women's surf and swim shorts
Our women’s surf and swim shorts can stand up to a lot of movement, thanks to a wide waistband that sits comfortably just above the hips. A drawstring ensures there are no wardrobe malfunctions, while fully functional pockets are handy for hotel keys and small change. Women’s board shorts long ago mimicked men’s styles, but we’ve figured that the majority of our customers prefer short swim shorts so our women’s board shorts are designed to accommodate and flatter women’s figures, with some gathers at the waist to accommodate fuller hips, or for those who want it, their women’s board shorts can provide an illusion of curvier hips.
Ladies swim shorts
To fulfil the demand for women’s swim shorts, we have created swim shorts for ladies using the same stretchy material that we use in our rated UPF50+ rash guards. These shorts are a hybrid between the beach shorts women want, and bikini shorts with a lacing system on each side to let the wearer determine the length she wants her women’s swim shorts to be. They could be very short one day, and slightly longer on another—the wearer dictates how she wants to wear her shorts—a definite win on the ladies swim shorts dilemma!
Ladies beach shorts
All our women’s board shorts go on double duty as ladies beach shorts, thanks to their versatile designs and quick-drying properties. Use them as women’s board shorts one day, and lounge around in them on the beach on another day. They look great when paired with a tank top or a dressier top for casual drinks at a beach bar. But don’t limit them to the beach or water—some use them for running, or wear them over leggings during yoga or cycling. In the end, it’s up to you on when and where to use them.
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