DC Men's Lanai Boardshorts

Priced: $13.20 - $44.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
DC Lanai Boardshorts
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DC Lanai Essential 4 Boardshorts has all the essentials you want in street clothes. 22 inch out seams and well tailored side panels make the look of the DC shorts flawless. Of course it has the DC logo and a side pocket for stashing your cash. The interior of these DC Lanai Essential 4 Boardshorts are fitted with mesh for a cool day no matter how hard you play.


  • 100% Polyester

Weather and Wind:

  • Seamless side seam panels


  • Camo print; DC logo


  • Imported


  • Deluxe dobby neo fly
  • Custom trim
  • Embroidery eyelets
  • Engineered print
  • 4 Way stretch mechanical stretch
  • 22" outseam; neo fly
  • Machine washable
  • DC Shoes men's boardshorts
Pull on the DC Lanai Essential 4 Board Short before you hit the beach for a day of debauchery. Polyester fabric dries quickly so you can switch from slashing swells to slamming jello-shots in a flash. When you end up partying with a group of 60-something retirees, they'll easily decipher the mega-oversized DC logo without reading glasses.

Get your camo on with these print boardshorts from DC Shoes.
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DC Lanai Boardshorts Reviews:


Great shorts, very comfortable. Definitally worth the price. Nothin better then looking good while on the beaches in Mexico and Aruba.

Dan Brettner at Backcountry.com on 01/06/2012

Excelent Services and Excelent Item

Fernando Camacho Barrantes at Backcountry.com on 02/26/2013

Great shorts and very comfortable

Rob Breault at Backcountry.com on 05/07/2012