Serenity Men's Jogger Shorts

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About The Art

Serenity

The art of being at peace

Product Details

Our Men's Jogger Shorts, made with an easy pull-on style with oversized, roomy feel are great for everday wear. With dual pockets and elastic waistband, they're a throw on and go favorite.

  • Lightweight, water-resistant fabric
  • Front side-slit and back pockets
  • Elastic waistband, interior drawstring
  • Unlined
  • Printed, cut, and handmade

Size & Fit

  • Loose fit, hits at knee
  • Sits at hip
  • Inseam, size Medium: 8.5"
  • Measurements vary, +/- 0.5" per size
  • Model is 6'2 wearing size Medium


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