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wakesetter1989 02-19-2012 7:34 PM

Riding Shorts
 
Most board shorts I've owned dont have an interior mesh. Ive been using compression shorts underneath, but they stay wet after a set. Any recommendations to stay dry and comfortable, neoprene shorts, etc?

benjaminp 02-19-2012 7:43 PM

Freebird? Thats the most comfortable for me...

ryan_shima1 02-19-2012 7:48 PM

Like Ben said, go commando. If you were anything underneath your board shorts, they'll stay wet.

bmock50 02-19-2012 8:40 PM

Then you experience that ball slap, and no one likes ball slap

wakesetter1989 02-19-2012 10:23 PM

Yep, thats the worst. Are there any brands that have the built in mesh, or are neoprene shorts any good? What are some of the best board shorts?

Jmaxymek 02-19-2012 10:26 PM

I wear a pair of boxers, thin ones that dry quick. They reduce ball slap, but still let em breath. Best boardshorts, hands down goes to Cire. Got my first pair couple seasons ago, and never looked back.

02-20-2012 1:33 AM

Built in mesh? What is this 1986? U should get a neon barefoot suit. Call Ron Scarpa.

TroyD 02-20-2012 1:40 AM

Billabong with the 4-way stretch or Quicksilver with the diamond bobby.

cwb4me 02-20-2012 4:50 AM

Under Armour works great for me.

guma 02-20-2012 5:16 AM

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Originally Posted by cwb4me (Post 1732886)
Under Armour works great for me.

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ndh2o 02-20-2012 5:20 AM

JetPilot has a line of rideshorts that have compression shorts built in. Some models, including the GameChangers, are removable and can be interchanged into other JP shorts.

sippi 02-20-2012 5:38 AM

Yea i have a pair of those jet pilot shorts with the built in neoprene for the colder days, but i will tell you i messed up and wore them on a hot summer day one time and couldn't stand it! your stuff gets HOT in those things if its not cold outside. so my recommedation, if you are that worried about being a little wet you have 2 options 1. wear underarmour, sit out in the sun for a minute, or let somebody else drive for a minute and stand up or something to let em dry. 2. commando, and risk the ever so painful ball slap. personally, i'd rather go with number 1.

02-20-2012 5:43 AM

CIRE (have 5 pair, love them, they dry soo quick), freeball

brett33 02-20-2012 5:48 AM

Nike Pro Combat shorts dry pretty quick.

wake77 02-20-2012 6:05 AM

You should get some of the Original Jams.

benjaminp 02-20-2012 10:06 AM

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Originally Posted by bmock50 (Post 1732869)
Then you experience that ball slap, and no one likes ball slap

That is very true, but for the amount of times I get that, the added comfort of a nice breeze through there is totally worth it. I tried Under Armor shorts once and they wouldnt stay in place. Waistband rolled down, legs rolled up, I didnt enjoy the experience.

BKinSoCal 02-20-2012 10:33 AM

O'Neill Lopez Freak's...freeballin' all the way. It looks ridiculous when guys have boxers hanging out the top of their trunks.

Luker 02-20-2012 10:42 AM

Comando in Reef 4ways or Rip Curl Mirages = livin the high life
#bestboardshortsever

andy_nintzel 02-21-2012 10:37 AM

CIRE shorts are all my boys need to be happy.

eubanks01 02-21-2012 11:09 AM

The new 2012 CIRE's are my best board shorts to date. They stretch, are long, and dry very quickly. I roll commando unless I'm riding and then I'll wear a pair of Under Armor under them. The UA doesn't dry all the way but nut slap is nothing to mess around with.

silvermustang35 02-22-2012 4:30 PM

Cires all the way.....Im on my 8th pair. Nothing is wrong with the other 7, they are still going strong. They keep kickin out awesome designs and new technology like 4 way stretch, etc, so I gotta buy another pair after another haha. They have outstanding customer service. Top Notch Company.

ilikebeaverandboats 02-22-2012 4:52 PM

Just the boardies nothing else. Thats the way! get some billabong platX, Quik Diamond Dobby stretch, or some hurley phantom 60's and you are good to go.

gmarkham1 02-22-2012 7:22 PM

http://www.rashguardshirtco.com/page.../mensrash/3254

O'neill makes these surf boxer briefs, started using them last year... very nice!

smitty1258 02-22-2012 7:25 PM

so wheres the CIRE discount code, Ill try a pair out

brianmiller 02-22-2012 10:35 PM

I think the best option is to go commando then throw on another pair over the top just when you ride. Believe me I am the test dummy by perfecting the scarecrow to ball slap

jfergus7 02-23-2012 7:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by silvermustang35 (Post 1733307)
Cires all the way.....Im on my 8th pair. Nothing is wrong with the other 7, they are still going strong. They keep kickin out awesome designs and new technology like 4 way stretch, etc, so I gotta buy another pair after another haha. They have outstanding customer service. Top Notch Company.

I have never heard of this brand but after checking out the website I might just have to order a pair!

jfergus7 02-23-2012 8:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by silvermustang35 (Post 1733307)
Cires all the way.....Im on my 8th pair. Nothing is wrong with the other 7, they are still going strong. They keep kickin out awesome designs and new technology like 4 way stretch, etc, so I gotta buy another pair after another haha. They have outstanding customer service. Top Notch Company.

I have never heard of this brand but after checking out the website I might just have to order a pair!

fly135 02-23-2012 8:17 AM

^Two apparently. Oh wait. Two is a pair.

k9fxr 02-24-2012 7:26 PM

UA...dries right away, dont even know they are there, and the Scarecrow is one of my go to inverts

jfergus7 02-24-2012 7:29 PM

Ha just noticed my double post. Wonder why that happened.

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