Brooks Board Shorts: A More Discreet Option for Running

Jan 2, 2013
Outside
Outside Magazine

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Not everyone wants to show it all when they run. Slit-up-the-side, three-inch inseam, built-in underwear, nearly-a-speedo running shorts are about as revealing as you can get in public without getting arrested.

If that's not your look, Brooks Running is now making the Board Short, a pair of running shorts just for you. They look and feel like surf shorts, with a classic lace-up fly, a modern plaid print, and a full nine inches of inseam in a super supple stretchy fabric that won't get hung up as you click off the miles.

The shorts are so light, our tester reported, "more than once I looked down to make sure that I was still actually wearing something." In the Board Short, you'll be unencumbered and you'll dry fast—it's DWR coated—whether you're running, hiking, swimming, or cycling. Wear them all day long.

Liner-free with a wide, flat waistband and a right hip zip credit card pocket. Reflective hits front and rear keep you visible to motorists. Available January 2013, $65; brooksrunning.com.

—Berne Broudy
@berneb

Filed To: Running, Fitness, Gear

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