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Famous Red Board Shorts

Since the 1970s, Lightning Bolt has been a staple in the surfwear and surf supply scene.  In a partnership with Best Made Co., Lightning Bolt has introduced their Famous Red Board Shorts ($70).  Made from 100% cotton twill, these classic board shorts have corrosion resistant grommets, triple stitched seams, and bear both the Best Made Co. and Lightning Bolt logos on the left thigh

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Since the 1970s, Lightning Bolt has been a staple in the surfwear and surf supply scene.  In a partnership with Best Made Co., Lightning Bolt has introduced their Famous Red Board Shorts ($70).

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Made from 100% cotton twill, these classic board shorts have corrosion resistant grommets, triple stitched seams, and bear both the Best Made Co. and Lightning Bolt logos on the left thigh

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