Coral Rashguard Pink is protecting you from the sun with UPF 50+. Don’t be afraid to be your most active self in this smooth and versatile long-sleeve rashguard! It protects you from the sun, wind, and other elements while doing sports, and the slim fit, flat ergonomic seams, and the longer body gives extra comfort.
This swimshirt is made of 82% polyester and 18% spandex. It is a very soft four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains. The design is fitted for your body and is available in sizes up to 3XL.
Rashguards are perfect to wear when you are surfing or to protect your skin between the dives. Especially on a dive boat where the sun can be very intense. Wear it under your wetsuit to keep a little bit warmer and to make the donning and doffing easier. The sun, sand, wind, or other elements won’t be a problem when doing sports, thanks to this smooth and versatile long-sleeve rashguard. Its slim fit, flat ergonomic seams, and long body yields bold prints and protects from the sun and bruising.
82% polyester, 18% spandex
6.78 oz/yd² (230 g/m²) (weight may vary by 5%)
Very soft four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
Comfortable longer body and sleeves
Flatseam and coverstitch
Originally rashguards, or swim shirts, were designed for surfers, to stop them getting scraped and a “rash” on their chest from the grainy surf board—hence the name. But they’re for more than just surfers, in fact, they are becoming increasingly popular with anyone who enjoys the water.
For scuba divers – For warm weather diving it can add a layer of protection against coral and stings, plus against the rub of a BCD. For colder diving, the best rash guard for this can be worn underneath a wetsuit and makes it easier to slip on, while also providing an extra layer of warmth.
For surfers – SPF swim shirts can protect you from the sun, while still being stylish, comfortable, and easy to move in.
For kayaking or canoeing – A long sleeve rash guard shirt worn underneath a lifejacket will stop it rubbing against your skin without you getting cold, as you would wearing a normal t-shirt.
For swimmers and snorkelers – A rash guard swim shirt will give your body better sun protection as you float on the surface. This is especially needed as a lot of reefs are now protected and don’t allow sunscreen—even those deemed as “reef safe”.
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