SEAWORTHY BOARDSHORT

New …Lost “Seaworthy” boardshort. Wardo’s trunk of choice this winter on the North Shore and during his run to a second place finish at the 2013 Pipe Pro. In between naps on the beach at Pipeline he put the “Seaworthy” namesake to the test – surfing Pipe/Bdoor every day during a 10 day span in a pair of the cobalt blue color and red color (which he ended up using on the final day of the Pipe Pro). Chris is pretty good at testing to see if things are seaworthy (like his boat) so we’ll take his word for it. To find out where to get yourself a pair of these go to our DEALER LOCATOR

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Chris Ward deep and still stalling in his Seaworthy boardshorts.

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…Lost “Seaworthy” in red. Same ones Ward wore the final day.

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Chris all smiles and comfy.

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“I Surf …Lost” patch on back waistband.

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Ward using the blue color way free surfing Backdoor.

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Seaworthy enough to dodge Mason Ho at Backdoor.

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Ward in blue.

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Comfy 4-way stretch and draw string waist band to make sure they don’t slip off at heavy Pipe.

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Blue, black and white.

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Even more color ways

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