Bringing the ocean to your doorstep.
Even if you don't live on the coast, the Women's Prana Ebelie Board Shorts will help provide the illusion that you do. Slip them on when you're taking your stand-up paddle board for a spin at the local reservoir, and you won't even notice how far you are from the ocean. The quick-drying performance weave is stretchy and breathable, so they don't mind getting a little wet or a lot active, and the drawstring waist keeps them secure if you go in for a swim.
- Board shorts for a beach-like feeling no matter where you go
- Fabric blend offers moisture-wicking, breathable performance
- Stretchy breathability enables vigorous paddling
- Drawstring closure provides a secure fit during a swim or paddle
- Item #PRA014A
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 5'6"
- Weight: 165lbs
I’m a 43 yo mom of two and have recently dropped 35 lbs. I was looking for swim bottoms that didn’t look frumpy but also didn’t show more of me than necessary. These have done the trick, they cover to right below my bellybutton and enough of my rear and thighs that I wear them as everyday shorts. They are almost too large so I’m ordering a medium for after dropping the next five to ten pounds. They are wearing well so far although I need to avoid abrasive sitting areas like bricks and rocks, they have a couple of small snags from my gardening in them. I usually have trouble with the rise in shorts being too short and then having chronic riding up issues, these don’t have that problem. The rise for me looks taller than what it seems on the model.
Cute if they fit you
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Size Bought: XS
- Height: 5'5"
- Weight: 105lbs
I liked the look of these shorts, but the XS I ordered was too small. They actually fit okay in the hips, a little slim, but the waist was small, which caused them to ride up higher on my waist, making the rise too short. I'm pretty sure the small would be too large.
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