6 of the best men’s shorts for summer

Whether we’re going to be enjoying the summer sun from our own backyards or if we’re allowed back into the great outdoors, we’re going to need plenty of shorts in the wardrobe rotation to deal with the higher temperatures. The guys at Huckberry have an unparalleled of men’s shorts to choose from and regardless of your budget and style persuasion, they’ll have something that fits the bill.

Check out our pick of 6 of the best men’s shorts for summer from Huckberry below:

Flint & Tinder 365 Shorts – $58

Cut like a chino, stretches like a performance short, it’s hard not to be impressed with the comfort and fit of the 365 Shorts from Flint & Tinder ($58). The new 7” inseam sits perfectly above the knee and each pair is crafted from 2% spandex for stretch and 98% cotton for softness. They are carefully constructed from an 8 oz blended fabric, which makes them the ideal weight for year-round wear. Available in a number of different colourways, these shorts are garment-dyed for a soft, comfortable fit right out of the box. ($58)


Rhythm Linen Jam Shorts – $58

Comfort is key with these Rhythm Linen Jam Shorts ($58) which boast a lightweight construction for all-day comfort. The days are getting longer during the summer months and when you need a comfortable pair of shorts to get you from A to B, C, and D, turning to Rhythm’s Linen Jam shorts is the best decision you can make. They have soft, breathable linen blend is ideally suited for summer days and backyard BBQs and (hopefully) walks in the wild. They have dual slit side pockets for EDC such as phones, keys and wallets. ($58)


Myles Apparel Everyday Shorts – $58

Great for wilderness wanders or workouts, these Myles Apparel Everyday Shorts ($58) have a four-way stretch material plus side split and gusset construction which delivers the ultimate in range of motion. They have ben given a robust water repellent treatment which has a quick-drying performance that doesn’t get bogged down with sweat during those hikes and workout routines. These shorts have ballistic mesh pocketing and a custom interior drawstring so even though you can put them through the paces of a brutal workout, they’ll also look awesome during your downtime. ($58)


Proof Nomad Shorts – $64

These effortlessly cool Nomad Shorts from Proof ($64) are constructed from two-way stretch Japanese Toray twill that breathes easy on long trips and wilderness wanders. They have a water-resistant DWR coating added to the surface which repel liquids and remain breathable throughout the day. They boast dual rear welt pockets with black matte snap buttons and a covert zip pocket to keep your everyday carry safe and secure when you’re on the go. The matte black and black oxide hardware adds an understated, contemporary aesthetic that blends in seamlessly to the shorts. ($64)


Free Fly Hybrid Shorts – $65

Perfect fit and performance is your reward for getting your hands on these Free Fly Hybrid Shorts ($65) has a four-way stretch fabric that delivers when you need it to. These shorts have a next-to-skin bamboo comfort in the pockets and waistband and the materials used in their crafting are antibacterial and naturally odour resistant. They are incomparably soft and breathable which makes them the ideal choice for the warmer weather of the summer months. Once you throw these shorts on, you’ll see why they’re more of a lifestyle upgrade than just another pair of shorts. ($65)


Wellen Cruiser Shorts – $68

Adventure-ready in the extreme, these Wellen Cruiser Shorts ($68) have an excellent fit that are up for anything and built to move. Each pair is crafted from organic cotton, which versus conventional cotton uses less pesticide, less water, and releases less greenhouse gases so these are shorts which you can feel good about wearing. The stretch, stay-tight waistband with a built-in cinch belt and the organic cotton fabric is garment washed for a well-worn feel when you pull ‘em on, and the organic cotton is a fibre you can feel good about wearing. ($68)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.