Chafing can really cut down the stoke level, especially on extended trips or double-session days. Our designers are continually refining our boardshort materials and construction to make them as chafe-free as possible, and thankfully the technology has come a long way from the canvas trunks of old. But some people will always be susceptible to chafe whenever there’s salt water and a bit of friction between fabric and skin. To provide supplemental comfort and protection in the water lineup, we developed our formfitting Hydro Cross Boxer Briefs. Specifically designed to be worn under boardshorts, they’re made from breathable, moisture-wicking and fast-drying 79% recycled nylon/21% spandex stretch fabric with an antimicrobial finish to control odor. The contoured, no-fly pouch is designed for friction-free support, the seams are carefully sewn and placed to minimize binding, and the leg design won’t ride up or constrict when you’re wrapping through turns or walking a mile or two to the beach. The streamlined, anti-rolling waistband sits comfortably against the skin and has a low profile that won’t trap water. Inseam is 7". Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
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Nothing in my opinion speaks to the ideal of a revival wave better than waves like; Teahupoo and the ferocity of its truck sized lip and the fear it induces, or Cloud break with its contradictory beauty of alluring seductive barrels that break over sharp, unforgiving reef. This revival ideal also applies to Chicama, a hypnagogic wave nestled in the Peruvian dessert.
Flying with boards is always a little nerve racking, but I’m here to outline some information I’ve learned from travelling on various surf trips over the years. This should make it easier for you to decide what surfboards and equipment to bring, and most importantly, how to pack your gear so that it arrives there safely.