O’Neill Superfreak Durden Boardshorts (For Men)

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About O’Neill Superfreak Durden Boardshorts (For Men)

Closeouts. Hang 10 on the next wave or just hang loose on the boardwalk in O'Neill's Superfreak Durden boardshorts, featuring neoprene side inserts and four-way stretch for mobility.


Specs about O’Neill Superfreak Durden Boardshorts (For Men)

  • Fabric: 89% polyester, 11% spandex
  • Outseam: 21" (based on size 36)
  • Weight: 8 oz.
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in China
  • Return information
  • US shipments only


O'Neill Men's Apparel Size Chart

Chest 30 - 32 34 - 36 38 - 40 42 - 44 46 - 48 50 - 52
Waist 22 - 24 26 - 28 30 - 32 34 - 36 38 - 40 42 - 44
Inseam 28 - 29 28 - 29 29 - 30 30 - 31 32 - 33 33 - 34
Belt 30 32 34 36 38 40

How to Measure:

Chest: With your arms relaxed at your sides, have someone measure under your arms and over the fullest part of your chest.

Waist: Bend to one side. The crease that appears is your natural waist. Without pulling tape to tight, measure around waistline.

Hip: With your feet together, measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.

Inseam: Take a pair of pants that fit you well and lay them flat. Measure from the inside crotch seam to the bottom hem.

Rise: Measure from the crotch to the top of the waistband.


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Verified Buyer Reviewed by miligusa from Venezuela on Friday, August 31, 2012
It's the perfect boarshort.
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About O’Neill

It was the 1950's when the icy waters of San Francisco Bay drove inveterate surfer Jack O'Neill to develop the neoprene armor that is the stuff of today's wetsuits. Several permutations preceded the arrival of neoprene, including WWII frogmen suits lined with long underwear and later, glued-together pieces of closed-cell foam. Having solved the problem of keeping surfers warm with varying thicknesses of neoprene, O'Neill went on to enhance his wetsuit designs with advancements like the Z.E.N. zip closure system, Smoothskin, Super Seal Glideskin, Plasma Knee Pads and Firewall Chest panels. Today O'Neill wetsuits are the protection of choice for surfers and divers on every coast.