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Billabong Island Escape Women's Beach Shorts

Billabong Island Escape Women's Beach Shorts, color: Bikini Red | Fiji Blue | Indigo | Multi | Off Black, category/department: women-beachshorts

Billabong Island Escape Women's Beach Shorts

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Product Description


Straight lines are boring. When you can, always reach for ruffles.

A light heart and a mermaid mentality is what makes Billabong's Sacred Sunz collection a summer stunner. Each piece captures the season's sunniest moments with beach-faded shades and a go-lucky attitude.

Product Details

  • Rayon pull-on shorts
  • Fabric: 100% Rayon
  • Inseam: 2, ½ inches
  • Rise: 11, ¼ inches
  • High waist
  • Ruffle detail at side opening
  • Imported
  • Machine wash

Product Specs

  • Brand: Billabong
  • Gender: For women
  • Material: Rayon
  • Product No.: 8454
  • Sku No.:
  • Model/Style No.: J202BISL - BIK/FJB/IND/MUL/OFB - S/M/L
  • Season Collection: 2015 Summer
  • Date Added : May 2016

About Billabong


Billabong was founded on Australia's Gold Coast in 1973 by surfer and surfboard shaper Gordon Merchant and his then partner, Rena. Those early days were rather inauspicious, with the pair designing boardshorts at home, cutting them out on the kitchen table and then carting the finished product around to the local surf shop to sell.

The business found immediate traction, with surfers drawn to the superior functionality of the Billabong boardshorts. They were also far more durable courtesy of the unique triple-stitching technique developed by Gordon.

The next step for the fledgling brand was to introduce the better local surfers to Billabong and incorporate them in the marketing of the brand. Company-sponsored contests and special events would later follow.

By the 1980s, Billabong had firmly established its place in Australian surf culture and was ready for international expansion.

Today, Billabong is a global brand with a portfolio that includes Von Zipper, Element, Honolua Surf Company, Kustom, Palmers Surf, Xcel, Tigerlily and Sector 9.

The name "billabong" is derived from the Wiradjuri word "bilabaŋ" that refers to a "creek that runs only during the rainy season".