Why Buy O'Neill Swim Shorts? This lifestyle brand has come a long way from its beginnings as a surfboard shop. Today, men all over the world are wearing O'Neill swim and activewear, even far from the waves. Shorts, tees and shirts are made for casual comfort. Boardshorts are ocean-ready, with rigid drawstrings, longer lengths and handy cargo pockets. O'Neill dresses you for your active lifestyle.
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The O'Neill Solid 17 Inch Volley SP0106036 is a woven swim short that has side pockets and a back pocket, with HyperDry to wick moisture and a peached surface, with an unlined interior. O'Neill's Solid 17 Inch Volley is made of polyester/nylon/cotton/elastane.
O'Neill boardshorts and tees--long popular with surfers--have a broad appeal for anyone enjoying an active beach life. With that in mind O'Neill makes its boardshorts in several different fabric blends to allow you to fully engage in your favorite water activity without being held back. O'Neill always approaches its products as functional equipment first, which is why their boardshorts are some of the best you can buy. They're one of the few boardshort manufacturers that makes polyester/spandex blend boardshorts that allow for more fluid and intense movement than stiff fabric boardshorts with no give. You'll notice the difference whether you're out on your surfboard, wakeboard or sailboard. With essential features like sealable cargo pockets, velcro closures and rigid waistbands, O'Neill boardshorts design and construction are as great as their performance. O'Neill makes boardshorts with traditional features like rigid waistbands with drawstring fronts, a single cargo pocket and unlined interiors. They don't box themselves into what's always been done though. O'Neill makes several boardshorts with great novelty features like beer holsters and bottle openers. The O'Neill brand has been a longtime innovator in watersports, ever since Jack O'Neill created his first neoprene vest in his garage in 1952. They've changed what's possible in the water for decades now, why not see what they can do for you?