Patagonia Stretch Planing Board Shorts

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With a streamlined waistband and close-fitting lines through the thigh, the Patagonia Printed Planing Board Shorts create minimal drag in the water for a better swim experience.

- REI

Free Shipping. Patagonia Men's Printed Stretch Planing 18 IN Board Short FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Printed Stretch Planing 18 IN Board Short Made from a lightweight, yet durable, quick-drying all-recycled polyester with 2-way mechanical stretch, 50+ UPF sun protection and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish Grown-on waistband; flat-lying fly with a rubber button and ladderlock drawstring closure; durable bartacked drawstring Self-draining pocket on right thigh has a noncorroding, recyclable plastic zipper; with internal key loop and zipper pull for ease of use No inseam helps eliminate chafing

- Moosejaw

The Patagonia Men's Stretch Planing Board Shorts (20 in.) are a trimmer, more fitted board short with 2-way mechanical stretch and 50-plus UPF protection. Posted up in mainland Mexico with a full quiver and a pair of swim fins, the redesigned Stretch Planing Board Shorts offer a slimmer profile, minimal drag and highly functional 2-way mechanical stretch. Based on our Wavefarer design, but with a flat, streamlined waistband and closer-fitting lines through the thigh, the Stretch Planings are made of quick-drying, superlightweight 100% recycled polyester with highly functional 2-way mechanical stretch. They feature a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, 50-plus UPF sun protection and are inseam-free to help eliminate chafing. The closure is a flat-lying fly with single rubber button and bartacked ladderlock drawstring for durability. Self-draining pocket on right thigh has a noncorroding plastic zipper, internal key loop and added zipper pull for ease of use.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

No one wants to look at trash while they surf, so Patagonia made the Men's Planing Stretch 20in Board Short from recycled polyester to keep plastic bottles out of the ocean and around your waist instead.

- Backcountry.com