Hurley Puerto Rico Boardshorts - Recycled Materials (For Men)
About Hurley Puerto Rico Boardshorts - Recycled Materials (For Men)
Closeouts. Hurley's Puerto Rico boardshorts look and feel just as awesome hanging out on a hot day as they do on a surf board, thanks to a stylish plaid print and lightweight, quick-drying recycled polyester fabric.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dan the Biker from Connecticut on Monday, March 16, 2015Hurley runs about a half inch to an inch larger than Billabong. Order accordingly. I typically wear a 32. I ordered a 31 and the fit is good. They are good looking and fitting shorts. Their problem is that the material does not have any stretch. You'll notice this when you sit and in some movements. I'll get some wear out of them, but I won't go back.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pepper from PA on Thursday, April 17, 2014I bought these for my husband, they seem like they will dry quickly and the material is nice. He will definitely need to wear boxer briefs underneath as they are not lined. I was worried about "recycled" but don't let that stop you from making this purchase! Radical.
Reviewed by Dan the Biker from Connecticut on Tuesday, March 18, 2014These are nice board shorts. Board shorts don't have an elastic waist or liner, so the proper fit and size is important. I wear a size 32 in jeans and most pants. I ordered a 32 Hurley short and a 32 Billabong short. The Hurley is probably a half inch to an inch bigger. I don't know which is proper but the Billabong was better fitting for my waist. You won't do wrong with either. Both quality.
Reviewed by Erik from Colorado on Monday, February 10, 2014I ordered a size 34 and they came true to size. The shipping was also quick. The shorts aren't too baggy, but they do go down to my knees, which I like. They dry quick and are comfortable to wear. The only reason I didn't give them 5 stars is because they weren't made of the more stretchy material I'm seeing in a lot of board shorts these days.