The popularity of these shorts has nothing to do with their unique pocket that's perfect for holding your "barley soda" while you're reeling in a trophy catch or telling everyone about it at the party afterwards.
Nope. Hook & Tackle’s Original Beer Can Island Shorts are popular because they're named after Beer Can Island. Sandwiched between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean in Miami, Florida, this island created by tidal currents and waves has been THE place for local boaters to hang out for a barbecue, swim, sunbathe or just enjoy the good time vibes on this rock in the middle of the bay. But if you DO happen to need both hands for fishing or just to hold them really far apart to show how big that fish you landed was...these shorts DO happen to have a pocket on their side that holds a can of whatever beverage makes you happy. It also makes a great place to stash your cell phone in between selfies.
Is that all these shorts have to offer? A beverage pocket? Hardly. In addition to the aforementioned pocket, you'll find two deep, expandable front pockets, a zipper-secured back pocket, a hidden security pocket and a stitched-in pencil pocket. Anything besides pockets? You bet. There are tunnel belt loops for extra durability, a back elastic waistband that moves with you and a convenient sunglasses loop for even more utility. All of this in rugged, 100% cotton Mariner Cloth™ that's been salt-washed for that already broken-in look and feel. 5" inseam. Imported.
- Rugged, 100% cotton Mariner Cloth™
- Salt-washed for broken-in comfort
- Beverage can/utility/cell phone pocket
- Hidden security pocket
- Deep expandable front pockets
- Zipper-secured back pocket
- Stitched-in pencil pocket
- Tunnel belt loops
- Comfort back-elastic
- Sunglasses loop
- 5" inseam
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