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Men's Board and Surf Shorts

Aside from looking cool on hot summer days, men's swimwear pieces, such as board shorts, can also work as leisure clothing. You can stroll on boardwalks or enjoy water activities, such as surfing and swimming, while wearing relaxed-fit swimwear that doesn't restrain movement. Keep an eye out for board and surf shorts in colourful patterns and prints and comfortable fabrics. They are available in different leg lengths and styles as well as designer brands like Quiksilver, Billabong and Oakley.

What are the advantages of wearing board shorts for surfers?

When you surf, you're concentrating on the waves and need surf clothing that doesn't encumber your movements on the board. Durable fabrics, such as polyester, microfibre and breathable waterproof materials, hold up to natural elements. For that reason, many manufacturers make board shorts in sun-, chlorine-, and salt-resistant fabrics that have SPF and UPF protection. Surfers can choose longer-length shorts with loose-fitting legs in materials that stretch crosswise and lengthwise when bending and stretching. Longer shorts also keep board wax from irritating your skin and leg hairs when seated on a surfboard. Moreover, the fabric dries quickly once you're out of the water.

Are board shorts a good choice for swimmers?

Competitive swimmers don't usually wear board shorts because they cause drag in the water. Prior to swimming, some men wear a pair of board shorts on top of trunks such as briefs or tight-fitting racing pants. If you're monitoring your kids while they're in the pool or along the seashore, long shorts protect your legs from sunburn and do not hamper movement when treading water.

In what other situations could you wear board shorts?

A lifeguard may wear a pair of boardies because they fit comfortably while he patrols the beach or pool. Wear a pair to the mall or while enjoying park activities, such as volleyball, soccer or picnicking. The waistband cinched with a draw string, a Velcro fly and small closable pockets to hold keys and money contribute to the attire's popularity and comfort. Additionally, waterboarders may prefer longer shorts because they fit below the knee and don't ride up when performing tricks.