MULTI LUX Men's Swim Trunk

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About The Art

MULTI LUX

A MULTITUDE OF LUXURY

Product Details

Head to the beach in our classic fit Men's Swim Trunks made with comfort in mind. With an adjustable drawstring waistband, its smooth and durable materials made with 40+ UPF gives you premium UV protection.

  • Soft, lightweight fabric
  • Drawstring waistband
  • UPF 40+
  • Built-in mesh brief
  • Two side, one back slip pocket
  • Printed, cut, and handmade

Size & Fit

  • Runs True to Size (TTS)
  • Inseam, size Large: 7.5"
  • Measurements vary, +/- 0.5" per size
  • Model is 6'1 wearing size Large


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