Women's Regular AquaTerra Long Sleeve Rash Guard
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Maximum coverage, plus blocks harmful UV rays.
- All-way stretch fabric moves with you
- Fabric provides UPF 50 sun protection
- Tops and bottoms let you to mix styles and sizes to get your perfect fit
Whether you’re running through the waves or running after your kids, our long-sleeve rash guard provides the most coverage. The all-way stretch fabric follows your every move and retains its shape. 82% nylon/18% spandex. Hand wash. Imported.
Women's AquaTerra Long Sleeve Rash Guard
It only disappoints in comparison to the Swim shirt
This fabric was not as soft and the fabric feels bulkier. I swim laps and wish it had a thumb hole so the sleeves did not gap and feel like they were slowing me down. I also found the neck bothersome to me.
I do live in San Diego and need the coverage- but I prefer the lighter swim shirt offered and reviewed.
May 28, 2013
This is the second rash guard that I bought. I originally bought a small, but found that it was too big and "floated" up in the water. I have not been in the water with the x-small, but it fits more snugly and I expect it to stay put better. That aside, I LOVE the rash guards. I am quite fair and hate having to apply so much sunscreen. This top really extends the time that I can spend in the sun and water without a re-application. I also like the added modesty. I have a larger bust. The rash guard allows me to be active without worrying about how much breast I'm exposing. All-in-all, this is a godsend for an active, sun-sensitive swimmer.
May 12, 2013
Material does not perform well
I really did not like the material and the fit of this top and here is why. I bought this in white, which I do not see here anymore maybe because some customers have had the same issue I did (?). I bought a couple of these tops in white to wear during a trip to Australia. After wearing it just once while playing with my daughter in the water, I noticed the material got yellowish and some sand seemed to have gotten stuck within the fabric. Please note I never rolled in the sand. We were just catching some waves. I tried washing the sand and stains off to no avail (the same happened with my daughter's same kind of top). Once I returned home, I washed it in the gentle cycle with cold water and delicate soap, but it still looks dirty. In addition, after wearing this an afternoon at the beach, I did get sunburned on the shoulders and back. Australia does not have an ozone layer, so it might have worked well elsewhere. The picture here shows the top is loose on the model and the fit is indeed like this. But what I didn't realize is that this kind of top need be more form fitting as if it were a bathing suit because it causes a lot of drag in the water and it floats as you go. Once out of the water, this will stick to your body in an awkward way and it doesn't look nice.
April 15, 2013