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Henri Lloyd Fast Dri Cargo Sailing Shorts

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The Henri Lloyd Fast Dri Cargo Shorts were built for sailing utility. Made from a durable fast-dry material incorporated into a rugged polyamide canvas weave for a natural cotton look and feel, the Fast Dri cargo shorts are simple yet technical.

Henri Lloyd’s Fast Dri fabric is very low maintenance and requires no ironing. Five pockets provide enough storage for all the knicks knacks you’ll need out on the water.

Key Features:

  • Durable nylon oxford weave fabric
  • Two side pockets
  • Two easy access leg pockets with hook and loop closure
  • Secure zipped back pocket
  • Articulated fit for ease of movement
More Information
Features Fast Dry
Recommended Use Casual - On Land, Day Sailing
Material / Fabric Nylon
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This is the Henri Lloyd fast-dry cargo sailing short. It's made of a nylon material but it is has a classic khaki look, texture, feel. They're fast drying. They're very breathable.

Starting from the top, I've got belt loops, substantial ones. Run all the way around. The entry here is a hidden snap but just to keep this secure, there's a security button in addition to that. Front entry zipper.

I've got side cargo pockets. There kind of on the medium size. And then I've got true closing cargo pockets that are structured on the side and those have a Velcro tab running down the middle.

In the back I have a simple seat and this is a Velcro hidden pocket and it's actually nice and deep so if you were to put something in there I don't think you're gonna have any problem with it sliding out.

This is the fast dry cargo short by Henri Lloyd.