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Wempy Dyocta Koto

Climate Change Global Warming Stripes - Sustainably Made Men's Shorts

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Professor Ed Hawkins from the United Kingdom designed this series of vertical coloured bars. Each line represents the average global temperature in a year, with blue-coloured lines indicating colder temperatures and red indicating warmer. The climate crisis is catastrophic with major wildfires, floods, intense droughts, water scarcity, rising sea levels, melting polar ice, catastrophic storms, cold snaps and declining biodiversity.

Sports outfits can be a lot of hassle, but with these long shorts there's no need for that. Just throw on a pair and go running, swimming, weight-lifting, or participate in any other activity that pops in your mind. These shorts won't let you down!

• 91% recycled polyester, 9% spandex (fabric composition may vary by 3%)
• Fabric weight: 5.13 oz. /yd. ² (174 g/m²)
• Four-way stretch moisture-wicking microfiber fabric
• Breathable and fast-drying material
• UPF50+ protection
• 6.5″ (16.5 cm) inseam
• Elastic waistband with a flat white drawstring
• Mesh side pockets
• No inner lining

Size guide

  WAIST (cm) HIPS (cm)
XS 76 94
S 80 98
M 84 102
L 92 110
XL 100 118
2XL 108 126
3XL 116 134