Sweet Shambala Shorts


RRP: £99.99
FROM: £92.33 (£76.94 ex VAT)


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Shorts for Kayaking or Kayaking Shorts

The Sweet Shambala is a top end pair of shorts for kayaking. They feature a neoprene liner that then has a loose board short over the top.

Sweet Protection has designed the Shambala short to be a stylish kayaking short for use in the summer months. The outer board short features articulated knees for performance and comfort, while the neoprene inner liner will give the paddler warmth and comfort. On the right hand leg there is a small pocket that’s ideal for storage while the mesh drain panel will prevent a build up of water. The waist of the shorts features two poppers and a zip. While on the hips there is Velcro tension straps that help to really customise the fit.


  • Neoprene Liner Short
  • Stylish Outer Board Short
  • Rigth hand leg pocket
  • Velcro Adjustment straps on the waist


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