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    Default Good Rash Guards for Cheap?

    Anyone know where to get some decent rash guards for cheap? I've been using the Walmart imitation Under Armour for about a year now but I'd like to have some better ones. I just can't justify paying $30-50 for one rash guard.

    Any suggestions/recommendations are appreciated.



    Note: I realize this isn't exactly a pressing need for a thread to be created, but I figured the Grappling forum could stand to have some life injected into it, however mundane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noob
    Anyone know where to get some decent rash guards for cheap? I've been using the Walmart imitation Under Armour for about a year now but I'd like to have some better ones. I just can't justify paying $30-50 for one rash guard.

    Any suggestions/recommendations are appreciated.



    Note: I realize this isn't exactly a pressing need for a thread to be created, but I figured the Grappling forum could stand to have some life injected into it, however mundane.
    I would go with O'neil...if you don't like it I will tell Jack next time I'm surifing on the East side...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palma Wrestler
    I would go with O'neil...if you don't like it I will tell Jack next time I'm surifing on the East side...
    Tell Jack his selection is deeply lacking.


    I know it's surfing apparel, but I just don't think I could get away with wearing a turtle-neck rash guard. Too metrosexual for me. Next thing I know I'd be carrying a man bag instead of a gym bag.

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    I have an Ouano long sleeve rash guard. It's ok, I wouldnt buy it again. The material and seams are fine, but the chest logo started falling off after a week. Also, it's not a turtle neck, but it still rides up a bit in the front. Not a huge deal, just bugs me a bit.

    I have a cheap Wal Mart rash guard and I wear it more often. And you can't beat the price. I buy most of my stuff from Combat Sports International. MMA Warehouse, and Fightrack.com. Check them out for sales periodically.

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    Fuck I just get Lost Rashguards at Marshals $10 so who cares if they get fucked up. Its always the same shit anyway you just pay for some name slapped on it. Hell when I go to Hawaii I Load up on them at the swap meets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubermensch
    Fuck I just get Lost Rashguards at Marshals $10 so who cares if they get fucked up. Its always the same shit anyway you just pay for some name slapped on it. Hell when I go to Hawaii I Load up on them at the swap meets.
    That's what I've been doing. I was hoping there was something a little better quality that wasn't too expensive, but I've yet to find it.


    Oh well. Wal-Mart it is.

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    I don't know what rash guards cost in the US. But For €40 (~$50) you get a Keiko rash guard in Europe. So why not order one from an online store? You will know it's good atleast. Then there are some cheaper brands around aswell. But I wouldn't really care if it was $10 more expensive or not, you would atleast know it's good.

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    $40 bucks is a decent price for a rash guard. You dont want to get cheap ones cause they rip apart.

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    I have 2 Logo Athletic rashguards, one short sleeve and one long sleeve. I've used them for at least 4 months, and the logo on the front is worn, but fuck it, they were like 9 dollars a piece. The material is still in great shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by methodjg
    $40 bucks is a decent price for a rash guard. You dont want to get cheap ones cause they rip apart.
    mine last for at lest 6 moths to a year or more... I only buy surfer one so I don't have that problem. Cloth chaffing now that is a different story!!!

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