Bring Aloha to the Beach with Reyn Spooner’s New Swim Shorts
Vintage prints and bright colors make for fun, stylish beachwear.
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Summer is fast approaching, and that means it’s time to swap your work clothes for something more playful. Enter Reyn Spooner’s cool new men’s swim collection, which brings the local alohawear label’s classic prints to the seaside. With a range of modern cuts and playful hues, you’re sure to find something that suits your style.
Original Lahaina (left) and the Mala Melia in cardinal.
The collection features a handful of fixed-waist options outfitted with sporty cord ties, Velcro closures and longer 8.5-inch inseams. Inspired by a vintage scarf, the Status Oceanic’s collagelike print combines outlines of the Hawaiian Islands, California and Japan with tropical flowers, surfers and palm trees. The Mala Malia comes covered with hand-drawn plumeria bunches while the Stories from the East short features tiled nautical motifs.
Elastic waist styles are also part of the mix, slightly shorter with handy Velcro-close side seam pockets. The Original Lahaina features a 7.5-inch inseam and bandana print in great coastal colors such as dark teal and ink. And the 7-inch inseam Longliners II packs a punch thanks to poppy orange and lime hues patterned with swordfish and tangles of fishing line.
All are made from water-repellent UPF 50-plus fabrics, making them fully functional. When it comes to fun, these shorts mean business.
All shorts $85 each, reynspooner.com