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  1. #1
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    boardshorts that dont rub you.

    hey guys i was wondering if any of yall knew of some boardshorts that dont rub you raw down there. i mean my sack and head were red and painful as hell after two days straight of surfing. i was hoping yall could te point me in the right direction

    thanks for any help

  2. #2
    Been there. Some of them have softer material which is allright, but it's always a gamble because the seams can still be rough.

    I just don't go commando in them when I surf. I'll wear boxer briefs, or those horrible looking spandex type things made to go unde rthem, or a wetsuit. Sure beats gtting the Chaffing

  3. #3
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    hurley phantoms. I got the original baby blue (solid color) a year ago and I have never got a chaffing from them. the only chaffing i get while wearnig them is pit chaffing because I can surf so long in them! haha. They are super strechy and soft and chicks dig them. I only got them for $39 bucks. Definitely worth every penny
    Last edited by 757surfer; Jul 15, 2011 at 11:13 PM.

  4. #4
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    try the Rip Curl Mirage board short

  5. #5
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    O'Neill Hyperfreak boardshorts

  6. #6
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    thanks for all the suggestions guys

    AJ

  7. #7
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    best thing you can to is try a cpl pairs on like you would going wetsuit shoping. What ever fits best go with. I myself wear Birdwell Beach Britches. Alot of ppl say the chafe them my I never had that issue. It all about how good the fit is

  8. #8
    I feel like no matter what pair I buy, they still rub. I always leave with a huge rash that hurts for days. I borrowed a pair of my friend's shorts last weekend and they are the first pair I have ever worn that didn't give me that problem. Has anyone else ever tried that type of Ripyard boardshorts? I am thinking about getting a pair, but I want to hear a couple of other people's opinions to make sure it wasn't a fluke. Let me know. Thanks.

  9. #9
    Quiksilver Cypher are awesome (http://www.quiksilver.com/product/in...981778.2978684)
    The ONeil Phsyco are great too (super stretch, is like using nothing)
    Last edited by Fernando; Jul 26, 2011 at 01:16 PM.

  10. #10
    I've got a pair of Reef board shorts that is made out of more of a rash guard material than board shorts. They are my only pair I have that are guranteed Rash-Free.