Item Code:B106OALA-DNL

Ala Moana 17" Boys Boardshort

Dark Naval $49.95
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Ala Moana means path to the sea, in Hawaiian. Teach the kids something while showing them the way in this 4-Way stretch boys boardshort that's made with recycled poly and coconut fibers. An all over print with scalloped hem back pocket with an integrated key rope lets them live vicariously through the island vibes. ... Read more

  • 4-Way Stretch 4-Way Stretch
    4-Way Stretch 4-Way Stretch

    All Vissla boardshorts are constructed with 4-way stretch fabrics.

  • Performance Waistband Performance Waistband
    Performance Waistband Performance Waistband

    Performance waistband for a comfortable fit for any surfer, wave or occasion.

  • HIGH IQ Repel HIGH IQ Repel
    HIGH IQ Repel HIGH IQ Repel

    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.

  • Cocotex Cocotex
    Cocotex Cocotex

    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.

  • Upcycled Coco / Poly Stretch Upcycled Coco / Poly Stretch
    Upcycled Coco / Poly Stretch Upcycled Coco / Poly Stretch

    This garment is made with a blend of upcycled coconuts, plastic bottles and polyester. Upcycling is the process of converting useless products into new garments. This allows us to create performance garments with faster dry times and UV protection while reducing the amount of coconut husk waste and plastic bottles in landfills.

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