Macpac Winger Shorts - Men's
NZ$89.99 NZ$49.99 NZ$45.00
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Why we made this
To repeat wise words: 'if you want solid, hardwearing performance for climbing or walking, try a pair of Wingers' — a heritage short redesigned.
Old favourites from the 90’s, the Macpac Wingers are back — redesigned this season and featuring fresh colours and patterns. Originally designed as a classic hiking short, these Wingers are versatile adventure companions — ideal for water-based activities, casual wear and summer travel. Made from fast drying, moisture wicking nylon taslan fabric with a soft ‘peach’ finish, they’ve got a couple of self draining pockets (perfect for jumping in the river for a swim) plus a small zipped pocket built into the seam for your key and an internal drawstring for a personalised fit. The internal taffeta hems also help to prevent the shorts riding up on your legs. Made with a regular fit.
Fast drying nylon taslan fabric with soft 'peached' feel
Self draining hand pockets
In-seam small zip pocket
Taffeta hem to prevent ride-up
Macpac heritage logo
Inner Fabric 100% Nylon Taffeta (hem facing) Inner Fabric Weight (g/m2) 60 Main Fabric 100% Nylon Taslon (with peach face) Main Fabric Weight (g/m2) 113 Secondary Fabric 100% Polyester (pocket mesh) Secondary Fabric Weight (g/m2) 65
4.2 / 5.0
March 9, 2020
Wingers - proper hiking shorts
Wingers fit well and are functional. They're about the only shorts on the market with a short enough leg length for me. They don't require a belt, which is great when you're carrying a large backpack. They are no frills light spartan shorts - just what I want. Had my first pair in the mid 90s and was pleased to see them on the market this summer; I hope Macpac keeps producing them year after year.
March 4, 2020
Great shorts, nice to have a shorter length, makes for very comfortable wearing.
December 14, 2019
Just okay not patch on other surf brands
December 2, 2019