Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Boardshorts Made From Recycled Materials

A day on the beach in early fall is magical.  When you have a few friends along, and a surfboard in tow, you just can't go wrong.

Of course, you can't enjoy a great day out surfing, if you don't have a quality pair of boardshorts. There are so many styles, colors and brands of boardshorts available on the market that its hard to imagine there being much new innovation when it comes to boardshorts. However, it may be time to up upgrade your look.

Quiksilver, already known for their incredible boardshorts, is making waves with its latest design.  Quiksilver is releasing a new line of boardshorts that are made out of recycled plastic bottles.  Each pair of boardshorts is made out of 11 plastic bottles, re-purposed into fiber that is called Repreve. Boardshorts made out of Repreve fibers will be released as Quiksilver AG47. 

Quiksilver AG47 boardshorts will also use Dry Flight Technology that repels water and dries quickly while offering four way stretch. Surfers rely on the environment to enjoy the sport they love, so offering surfers a choice that helps protect the environment is a great idea. 

Surfers will be able to upgrade their boardshorts, and feel great about their purchase, knowing that they are promoting recycling innovations.  When you're ready to look for a new pair of boardshorts, look no further than Surfboards.com, where you will find all the latest trends in surfing apparel, equipment and accessories.

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