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The Patagonia Men's Thrift Short is made of Puckerware, which sounds like Tupperware but is totally different. It's lightweight and thin, allowing for maximum airflow. Like personal air conditioning for your legs. The back pocket has a zipper so you can be sure your important stuff is secure. The material doesn't wrinkle! That way when you throw random clothes in a bag and call it “packing,” your shorts will look like you took the time to fold and iron them. Ain't nobody got time for that.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Thrift Short
Made of a cool-wearing all-recycled polyester/organic cotton seersucker blend
Shorts with flat-front chino styling zip fly with button closure and belt loops
Front, slash pockets zippered back pocket
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Men's Thrift Short
Great comfortable lightweight breezy shorts, which is nice as I tend to start sweating around 75 degrees. The only issue I have is that after sitting down, when I stand up the legs of the pants end up trapped and I need to pull them down, lady-style. Not sure why the shorts get more narrow as they go down. Overall I enjoy wearing them, which isn't bad as I usually prefer not wearing anything.
I have worn different styles of Patagonia shorts since the old stand up shorts in the 70's. These are about the best....they are tough and they are really airy. Don't know how they made fabric that thin that could stand up to plenty of abuse but they did. The fit is trim but they still fit my giant bicycling thighs fine.