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adidas Launches Its First-Ever Boardshort Collection

adidas Boardshorts
adidas Boardshorts
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Summer in southern California has shown up a little late this year, but adidas has recently launched its first-ever boardshort collection just in time for the sand and sea-bound guys of Los Angeles to make a sporty splash in the last remaining month or so of this hesitant and not-so-sunny summer.

The surprisingly affordable collection (price points range from $35.00-$40.00) features state-of-the-art fabrications and that quality technical-detailing that adidas is known for. The collection offers a style for every beach-bound boy, no matter what their style is. For the understated athlete, the collection offers neutral and classic colorways such as navy, grey and black with a simple, yet eye-catching wave detailing on the side panel. For the all-American, classic-adidas guy, the collection features a boardshort with its signature three-stripes on the side panel in all of its classic colors including royal blue and a smoking fire-engine red. For those who are looking for more of an island-inspired look, there are a couple of styles featuring Hawaiian and hibiscus-flowered prints in a variety of manly colors; and for the flashy, fashion-forward guy, the collection features a great diagonal plaid patterned short with head-turning color combinations including bright greens and yellows – truly something for everyone!

So, head to your nearest Kohls, TSA or an adidas retailer and pick up a pair of shorts that will get you psyched to enjoy these upcoming sunny, summer weeks – whether you’re getting down at a pool party or hitting the surf, adidas’ new boardshort collection is sure to have you covered.
 

Comments

  • jcuzner Boston MA 4 years ago

    Read some of your articles. Good stuff. Not sure how the Broad shirt collection would look on me (LOL). Folks in Maine and New Hampshire are very conservative and oh well might as well theow Vermont into that group.I migfht try if the strips were going the other way. You can tell from my comment I am not a slave to fashion but I do get out alot with my wife. Good stuff from LA. Keep it up the fine writing.