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'Ringo' dolphin print swim shorts

PC   101315553


Made for your next winter escape, these swim shorts from Māzŭ are tailored in soft nylon fabric and handcrafted with immediately recognisable detailing to take on salt, sand and sun on any beach. To raise awareness about animal welfare, the purchase of this pair will benefit the Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society (HKDCS).

US$180

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Made for your next winter escape, these swim shorts from Māzŭ are tailored in soft nylon fabric and handcrafted with immediately recognisable detailing to take on salt, sand and sun on any beach. To raise awareness about animal welfare, the purchase of this pair will benefit the Hong Kong Dolphin Conservation Society (HKDCS).
  • In collaboration with artist Marc Allante
  • Royal blue with allover pale pink dolphin print
  • Nylon fabric with a soft hand feel
  • Double needle stitching and point d'arrêt finish
  • Elasticated waistband
  • Red drawstring with handcrafted and gilded aglets in a traditional monkey fist knot
  • Ventilation eyelets at back
  • Slip-on style
  • Two onseam slip pockets, and right back flap pocket
  • Mesh lining
  • Red canvas ditty bag included
  • 100% Polyamide
  • Wash

  • Bleach

  • Tumble Dry

  • Iron

  • Dry Clean

  • Model wears size M and is 6'4"/193cm tall
  • Model's measurements: Chest 90cm (35.5") / Shoulder 48cm (19") / Waist 75cm (29.5") / Hip 96.5cm (38")
  • Product size M measures: Waist 64cm / Inseam 13cm / Rise 29cm
  • Regular fit
  • True to size

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