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A hybrid boardshort designed to bridge the gap between the land and the sea.

Passenger clothing have launched a new and unique take on the classic boardshort that is designed to be functional both in the drink and on terra firma. The crossover design is constructed from four-way stretch fabric which is quick drying and lightweight. It has been built specifically to look like a walkshort yet perform like a boardshort, the design is lightweight and easily packable and also features tradional pockets for around the beach or in the town.

In the water the hybrid design tells a different story. The designs give the ultimate surf performance.

Out of the water, the quick drying properties associated with the hybrid allows them to retain shape and keep their sophisticated style. In the water the hybrid design tells a different story. Benefiting from a tri-blend stretch fabric and internal draw cord, the designs give the wearer maximum flexibility and movement for ultimate surf performance.

The longer length, panel printed Breeze and County Hybrid Boardshort

The 19inch knee length, panel printed Breeze and County Hybrid Boardshort

Embodying what Passenger is all about, the new product category emits surf and adventure. Blending sun catching silver tones with deep reds and ocean blues, the line includes three unique styles and two different cuts including the longer length, panel printed Breeze and County and the shorter length, colour block Seabeard.

Founded back in 2013, Passenger evolved one early sunny September morning on a surf road trip to the SW coast of England. ‘We wanted to create a style of clothing for people who love exploring. A collection that pushes the boundaries when it comes to quality yet bridges the gap between style and practicality’ says founder Richard Sutcliffe. ‘I wanted to create a brand that unites like-minded people who live for the outdoors, art, photography & adventure. Passenger aims to inspire individuals and encourage them to embrace their own journey whatever that may be.’

Head over to Passenger to find out more about the Hybrid Boardshort

Check out Passenger’s video Adrift

Read our story Border Patrol

Photographer Christian Mcleod and big wave surfer Barry Mottershead accompany Passenger owner Richard Sutcliffe on a tour north of the border.

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