Quiksilver Highline New Wave Boardshorts

Aug 6, 2018

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In an effort to help rid our oceans of plastic waste, Quiksilver recently partnered up with REPREVE to build surf trunks out of recycled plastic bottles. The result, seen here with their all-new Highline New Wave 20” Boardshort, is the latest installment of the program (including several other previous releases) since it was first introduced back in 2012 and has now surpassed the 100 million mark in terms of recycled bottles.

Outfitted specifically for high-performance surfing, each pair of Quiksilver Highline Boardshorts is made with REPREVE’s traceable recycled 4-way stretch fabric and features a DryFlight water repellant hydrophobic coating, knee-length outseam of 20-inches, a neo-fly waist closure, and a heat-welded zip pocket to keep personal items secure. From the summer lineup to the beach bar afterward, their array of colorways and styles suit just about any personal preference; plus you can’t beat the noble efforts behind their production. Available now.

Purchase: $55

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