NRS Men's Benny Boardshort

Size: 30
Color: Vino
Sale price$74.95


A classic boardshort but made for the river, the NRS Men's Benny Boardshort is designed for all-day comfort and performance on the boat and in the water. Combining comfort, function and style, you can rock the Benny's from the put-in to the pub and all the campsites in between.
  • Rugged Element™ material handles the wear and tear of a paddler's lifestyle while delivering 4-way stretch performance for optimal movement.
  • Benny board shorts dry quick and offer 50+ UPF sun protection.
  • The zippered fly is reinforced with laces and hook-and-loop closure.
  • Non-stretch Supplex® interior waistband guarantees your boardshorts stay in place.
  • Features one zippered rear pocket to securely stow small essentials.
  • 11" inseam.

Weight: 10 oz
Fabric: 89% nylon, 11% spandex Element™
Fit: Relaxed fit
Waistband: Lace-up and hook-and-loop closure with zippered fly
  • 1 - Back
Gender Sizing: Men
Style: Shorts
  • 11" inseam
  • Zippered pocket
  • Non-stretch Supplex® interior waistband
  • UPF 50+ sun protection

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