Cabezas 18.5" Boardshort
Brought to you from the curated collection of abstract “Cabezas”; made by the Cologne-based artist, Thomas Heinz. Don't lose your head . . . Combined with the perfect 4-Way stretch boardshort made from a sustainable blend of recycled polyester Repreve and coconut fibers. Constructed with a contrast waistband and pocket flap, back pocket and integrated key rope. 18.5" outseam.
50% RECYCLED POLYESTER 38% POLYESTER FROM COCONUT 12% SPANDEX
Style # M108YCAB
- 4-Way Stretch
- Embroidered Trims
- Triple Needle Stitching
- Soft Thread
- HIGH IQ Repel
- Tethered Waistband
- UPF 50
- Signature Calipher Fly
All Vissla boardshorts are constructed with 4-way stretch fabrics.
Repreve fiber contains recycled materials - including plastic bottles. When you see this icon, remember: It's what's in it... that makes it recycled. With Repreve, you can be sure you're creating a reprieve for the planet.
REPREVE is a registered trademark of Unifi, Inc.
All trims are embroidered to the fabric for a clean finish and to last longer.
Triple needle side seams and front, back rise.
Swim floss thread for comfort and prevents leg rash.
Thanks to a process called 'Cocotex', the overlooked 'waste' is turned into an activated carbon fabric. The properties of this fabric are everything you could ever wish for in a pair of trunks: they stretch, they breathe, they fight odor, and they last.
In the past, water-repellant fabrics were treated with chemicals known as PFCs and Fluorocarbons to help prevent surface saturation into the fabrics. The problem is that as these chemicals are released from the fabrics over time they have been shown to harm the living organisms they come into contact with, affecting reproduction and hormone systems. Vissla has chosen to move to 100% PFC and Fluorocarbon-free DWR water repellant coating for our boardshorts.
Tethered waistband for a comfortable tight fit and keeps it on your waist in bigger waves.
This garment is UPF 50.
New signature calipher fly construction developed to pull together tighter for those precarious surf conditions.