California-based skateboarding and surfing apparel company Hurley is releasing a trio of World Cup boardshorts inspired by the colors of the Brazil, France and U.S. soccer team jerseys. The 'Phantom National Team' boardshorts come with coordinated tees and hats, allowing board fans to express their love for soccer and their national pride. The Brazil and U.S. boardshorts will also be made available in secondary 'away team' colors.
Hurley-sponsored riders Nat Young and Filipe Toledo will wear the U.S. and Brazil World Cup boardshorts respectively to supportive their respective countries in the coming months.
In keeping with Hurley's commitment to innovation in sustainability, all the Phantom boardshorts are made from an average of 12 recycled plastic bottles.
The Phantom National Team boardshorts will be made available globally on Hurley's website and select retailers May 1.
Hurley's World Cup Boardshorts Pay Tribute to World Cup Soccer Teams
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