Länger Geschnittene Badeshorts In Navy

215 € 125 €
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Über das Produkt

Artikel nr. 5055418434409

Unser Gilot-Print besteht aus einem sich wiederholenden Muster in traditionellem Weiß und Navy. Der Name bezieht sich auf die Künstlerin Françoise Gilot, viele Jahre lang Muse von Pablo Picasso.

Unsere perfekt geschnittenen Shorts Dane II sind eine beliebte Alternative zu den herkömmlichen weiten Boardshorts: die perfekten und vielseitigen, länger geschnittenen Shorts. Mit unseren OB Classic Badeshorts fing alles an; sie basieren auf traditionellen Schnitten klassischer Herrenhosen und sind die ersten und besten Shorts, in denen Sie auch schwimmen können. Sie werden mit Sorgfalt, Liebe zum Detail und Leidenschaft gefertigt. „Nicht nur Badeshorts, sondern Shorts, in denen man auch schwimmen kann.“

  • Geformter Hosenbund, Abnäher hinten und verstellbare Seitenschnallen für eine überlegene Passform
  • Chlorgetestet (50 mg/l)
  • Netzinnenfutter für mehr Komfort und Sicherheit
  • Für die Waschmaschinenwäsche geeignet
  • 100 % schnell trocknendes Polyamid
  • „Made in Europe“ von den Materialien bis zur Herstellung


The inside of our shorts contains a mesh-net lining, so you can hop on a surfboard, play tennis, swim or just lounge around on the beach in perfect safety. Plus we have a zip fly and a metal popper enclosure, so there really shall be no escape. The side fasteners are one of our distinguishing features, they’re made up of up to six component parts for a properly tailored fit, which you can adjust.

Orlebar Brown Bulldog Swim Shorts
Orlebar Brown Bulldog Swim Shorts
Orlebar Brown Bulldog Swim Shorts

Nobody wants to stand around in soaking wet shorts, getting cold and uncomfortable. That's why we use 100% polyamide fabric, which has also been chlorine, salt water, light and rub-tested too. Not only is it durable, it dries in a flash.


We have four classic lengths of shorts as well as the Dachshund, which is a brief. Choosing the best length is simply about proportion.

  • If you are very tall you might want to steer clear of something too short such as a Springer, our shortest pair.
  • If you are not so tall then you can try shorter options such as the Setter and possibly steer clear of longer options as they may swamp you.
  • If in doubt, then something mid length, like our popular Bulldog, is always a good starting point.
  • A marker for mid-length (6” inner leg) shorts is just above the halfway point between your knee and the start of your in-seam.
The Correct Length
Model is 184cm / 6’ tall and wears a size 32


  • No matter your shape or size, we believe a tailored fit can flatter any figure.
  • Fit is central to everything we do at Orlebar Brown and it’s what makes our shorts special; not too tight, not too loose—just right.
  • 60 elements combine to make one pair of OB Classics with rear darts and a shaped waistband for the perfect shape.
  • All our OB Classic swim shorts feature our fully adjustable side fasteners can reduce the waist size by 2cm.
  • To ensure you have the right size you should just be able to tuck your fingers inside the waistband.


  • When choosing a colour or print you should consider your skin tone and personality.
  • Fair skin can look washed out against bright hues and if you have darker skin then you can really celebrate something vivid.
  • Navy, dark green, slate grey and black are always a safe bet whoever you are, as are most mid blues.
  • Someone who is naturally extrovert may enjoy more zany prints; classic pastels may suit those better who prefer not to be the center of attention.
  • If you want a print or a design that is really bespoke and totally personal to you then try our Design Your Own service.

The Making Of A House Print


The ‘classic’ label seems in a constant battle to preserve the integrity and romance of its award. Our OB Classic swim shorts have been integral to our success over the last ten years—but what makes something a true classic?

Good Design is innovative, honest and thorough down to the last detail.

Dieter Rams' 10 Principles of Good Design