BUILDING KUIU

Introducing KUIU’s New Tiburon Short!

Today we launched our new Tiburon Short to the KUIU product line. The Tiburon Short is an extremely versatile lightweight short that’s great for warm weather hunts in low brush or open terrain, during training hikes, around camp, and also a great short for everyday use.  These shorts are made with Toray® Dot Air® fabric and treated with Kudos DWR® that allows the same tremendous amount of breathability and durability as the Tiburon Pant. The Tiburon Short is an extremely comfortable short that, at a mere 7.5 oz., is a great addition to your pack this season.

Pricing: $89.99
Colors: Phantom, Major Brown, Vias, and Verde
Sizes: 32, 34, 36, 38 & 40

9 comments to Introducing KUIU’s New Tiburon Short!

  • Shelvin Murphy

    Wish these came out 2 weeks ago. Leaving for a hunt and could use these in the hot AZ bow season. I will still get some though.

  • Mike C

    They look great, how long is the inseam? It looks to be about 12″

  • Thomas W

    Same question as Mike C, what is the inseam length?

  • Jim

    What are the washing instructions for these shorts?

    • Jason Hairston

      The washing instructions for the Tiburon Shorts are a cool/warm water wash with like colors and tumble dry (low heat). Don’t use fabric softeners, bleach, and don’t iron or get the Tiburon Shorts dry-cleaned.

  • Robert

    I think these will be great. I would love to see them in the light tan that is the background of vias. Would also love to see attack pants in more solid colors like the light tan and black. Then I would never have to wear anything else and my whole wardrobe could be Kuiu comfortable.

  • Rene

    Would like to see tiburon pants that would unzip into shorts like these someday.

  • Laird

    Always thought the Tiburon material would make an excellent boonie hat. Much cooler for those early September hunts that tend to be hot during the day. I believe the material would breath much better than the present line of boonie hats. Thanks for the consideration.

    Best regards,
    Laird

Leave a Reply

 

 

 

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>