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Manufacturer's Description

Visit NRS's Owyhee Shorts page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

When you're out on the lake fishing from your canoe, you stay comfortable in the Owyhee Shorts by NRS. The nylon fabric drys quickly, should you bring aboard the big one or if it gets too hot and you need to take a quick cool-off dip.

- Mountain Gear

Whether you're on the boat, in the water or at your local brewpub, you'll feel right at home in your NRS Owyhee Shorts. Loose fitting with a generous inseam, these quick-drying board shorts are a summer essential.Polyester microfiber is quick drying for all day comfort.Zipper and drawstring closure for convenience and fit security.Self draining thigh pocket and back pocket have zipper closure and a hook-and-loop cover flap.11" inseam.


The classically-styled Owyhee Boardshorts from NRS are built strong and made to handle all the river abuse you can throw at them. You'll be hard pressed to find a more dependable pair of shorts.

- Altrec Outlet

NRS Owyhee Kayak Board Shorts - Whether you're on a boat, in the water or at your local brewpub, you'll feel right at home in the NRS Owyhee board shorts. The Owyhee shorts are made from a quick drying polyester microfiber to ensure all day comfort. A zipper and a drawstring waist closure offers convenience and a secure fit. A self-draining thigh and back pocket with zipper and a hook-and-loop cover flap secure your belongings. Loose fitting with a generous 11" inseam, these quick-drying board shorts are a summer essential. The Owyhee Board Shorts from NRS are your go anywhere, ready for anything shorts!

- Outdoorplay

NRS Owyhee Shorts


The NRS Owyhee Shorts is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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