Mesh lined cargo pockets with embroidered eyelets for drainage. Right side drop in knife pocket
Mesh lined front and back pockets
Designed for water or land, the Men's Amphi Shorts are stylishly designed with the angler in mind. Lightweight, abrasion-resistant material stretches for easy movement as you maneuver through dense timber or vegetation, or stretch to net a fish. Mesh-lined front and back pockets are equipped with embroidered eyelets for easy drainage. A smaller pocket at the right side safely stows a pocket knife for cutting line. Their UPF-50 rating protects from dangerous UV rays so you can stay out longer.
Product Weight:0lbs 8.3 oz (235.5 g)
Main Fabric:94% Nylon 6% Elastane Double Weave 3.8 oz/yd² with PFC-free DWR finish
Rated 5 out of
Need the old amphiI just attempted buy an old amphi off of posh mark, $25.00 dollars, to damaged to sell
I have two pair that I bought at Eastern Mountain sports in Virginia for use in my job. $55.00 dollars in 1993
I have worn them all over the world and still have two pair left, pleats, buckles on the bottom of each leg, one cargo pocket on the left leg and one pocket on the right butt.
I have paid my seamstress to fix tears, rips and using similar cloth to keep these ones going.
I bought a pair in Seattle and was told these were the replacement.
No belts, tight as hades, no liner for 70.00 dollars. I have to Goodwill
I think you had a hit with these shorts.
Date published: 2020-07-31
Rated 1 out of
Bring back the original designI've been buying Exofficio shorts for 15 years. I owned 8 pairs of the Amphi shorts with the full mesh liner and 8 inch leg. This was the PERFECT short design. Most comfortable short I've ever owned, great functionality, my iphone fit perfect in the cargo pocket with my wallet securely zipped into the hip pocket. Material dried in minutes. The elastic at the waist and built in belt kept the short securely in place. I would buy two of every color if you bring back this product!!
The new Amphi are not as generously cut in the legs, material does not dry as fast, the long leg length gets in the way if your walking any distance. Can't recommend the new Amphi shorts.
Date published: 2020-04-16
Rated 1 out of
New design, poor designI’ve wore my classic older style Amphi shorts for over 15 years. It was a timeless trouble free design-a short like no other. Alas, sigh, they are replaced by an inferior version. Perhaps in an effort to purchase the Ex Officio underwear, but a subpar version IMHO. Much like the new and improved Coke, a business decision flop. When veteran users of a product complain for the older version a company should listen. I scour the internet in search of those now vintage Amphi Shorts. Those shorts have served me well. This current iteration leaves a lot to be desired and a shame. The company is losing money due to a poor design.
Date published: 2021-06-05
Rated 3 out of
Needs FULL MESH LINER20 years ago I bought similar shorts from ExOfficio that had a FULL MESH LINER as well as a nylon belt. I had a brown and blue pair. They were THE MOST COMFORTABLE AS WELL AS PRACTICAL SHORTS I'VE EVER WORN. They were perfect. There was no need to wear any type of underpants. They were like a fully functional pair of swimming trunks but sturdier and with very useful pockets. If they got wet, they dried quickly. I live in hot and humid Florida so those shorts were perfect-- nice and cool and very functional. I wore them out. If you bring back the full mesh liner I will buy at least 2 pair of every color. I mean what good is a pair of shorts that are designed to get wet but if you're wearing cotton underpants or similar then what's the point? PLEASE BRING BACK THE FULL MESH LINER!!!! Thanks!
Date published: 2019-09-04
Rated 1 out of
What happened to Amphi shorts?I've been wearing various versions Amphi quick dry shorts for quite a long time (probably owned about 10 pairs over the years) and I've seen many changes (liners come and go, some nice colors come and go) but this generation doesn't even remind me of the original ones I've worn and loved. Where is the belt? Where are the leg adjustments? Do these even have mesh pockets? The thing I've always loved is the versatility; you can wear them in the water (I've water skied in mine for years) and then go into a restaurant and they feel right at home. Without the adjustments, they lose a lot of the utility though. First the colors went bland and only offered brown's and beige (I love my old medium blue ones and I've had many pairs of various shades of green), then they were hard to find in smaller slim sizes (or so it seemed), now this. I ended up buying several used pairs on ebay but I'm hoping ExOfficio brings back the originals. They were very well made, unique, and I loved them. I assume these are well made but they certainly aren't unique anymore.
Date published: 2019-08-18
Rated 1 out of
ORIGINAL AMPHI SHORT MESHLINERPlease, please bring back your glorious AMPHI SHORT with MESH LINER! No other company’s shorts even come close to the Original Amphi’s excellence. I would happily order and pay in advance for several pairs of the Original AMPHI Shorts when you bring back the original.
Thank You, Bob
Date published: 2020-07-12
Rated 4 out of
Where are my Amphi shorts?PLEASE bring back the old designAmphi shorts. I have owned them for years. I bought many over years and I love them. can they be special ordered. Gotta find some old stock! Need new ones! Bring them back!
Date published: 2019-09-12
Rated 1 out of
Change isn’t always goodStill haven’t brought back the old design? You remember...the ones with the belt? No? Ok, I’ll check back in a few months. Hopefully someone at the Exofficio marketing office is actually informed of these reviews. The consensus seems to be that the new design is terrible, and we all want the previous versions available to purchase. Why not offer both styles and see which sells out more quickly? You can call it active marketing research. The previous designs were great. I currently own several pair of the differing styles (all with a stitched in belt) and would gladly purchase more if they were available. My only option now is getting lucky enough to find a decent pair on Ebay. Please consider re-introducing the previous designs to your consumer base. The outcome might surprise you.