Introducing the Bing-Birdwell Surf Trunk

January 22, 2015

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Bing is happy to announce the arrival of the Bing Surf Trunk made by the original Birdwell Britches company out of Santa Ana, California. Birdwell surf trunks have been hand made in California since 1961; established just after Bing Surfboards in 1959. It made sense that Bing’s first board short would be the classic Birdwell surf trunk with the original Bing Logo patch sewn onto the left thigh. These Navy trunks are clean, simple and perfect for surfing and still made by hand in the same California location. We only made 50 of these so get one while we still have them.
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