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Rip Curl

Rip Curl Mirage Retro Sorbet 16" Shorts Men navy (2021)

ID: 1379646
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Rip Curl Mirage Retro Sorbet 16" Shorts Men navy
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Made from Core Mirage, a functional fabric from Rip Curl, the Mirage Retro Sorbet Boardshorts combine the cool style of the 1970s with the best of 2021. These stretch fabric boardshorts for men are lightweight, dry fast and are perfect for when you want to take a nap on the beach between surfing. Length: 40 cm. This exceptional retro style features a rounded cut-out hem. The back pocket has room for wax, and the small Revival Curl Surf Revival applique is at the bottom left. These boardshorts cut a casual figure even when you're focused on the next wave!


  • Bumbag
  • Normal size
  • Straight cut for normal freedom of movement
Board shorts  
Operating Range
Leisure & Fitness  
Place of use
Outdoor/ indoor swimming pool, Beach
Upper Material: 90% Polyester, 10% Elastane  
Characteristics: with drawstring  
Leg length: Short  
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