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SKIPPER

Men’s swim trunks - ecru white

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DKK 499

Authentic ecru white swim trunks for men from Eric the Sailor. Made from 100% polyester with two side pockets and an adjustable drawstring waist.

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Skipper

The captain of a smaller ship is often referred to as the “skipper”. With no hesitation or doubt, he catches the wheel and sets course towards the far horizon. Are you ready for new adventures?

Details

  • 100% polyester
  • Super fast drying
  • UPF 50+
  • Streachable

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Size Guide

Body measurements in: CM

Simply Easy Learning

Model

  • 187 cm / 6’1 ft tall
  • 78 kg / 170 pounds in weight
  • wears size M.

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SKIPPER

Authentic swim trunks in different colours and patterns from Eric the Sailor. Made from 100% polyester with two side pockets and an adjustable drawstring waist. With colours inspired by a ship with  nautical colours, the artermaster swim trunks denotes strength and diversity. Unique design and perfect fit come together to ensure a confident and bold appearance at any time. Made from 100% polyester with two side pockets and an adjustable drawstring waist. With the artermaster swim trunks denotes strength and diversity.

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Stranded in Brazil

When sailors went ashore during a voyage, they were often drawn towards the local bars and taverns. And so was Eric, when he visited Brazil. That night, he left the bar with a beautiful woman. But once he came down to the harbour the next morning, the ship had sailed without him. He was too late.

Watch the video to learn how Eric managed being illegally stuck in Brazil, until the ship returned six months later.

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