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FirstSpear Friday Focus – Short Sleeve Rash Guards

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FirstSpear’s all new Rash Guard is now in-stock and shipping in a short sleeve variation. Built with a poly / spandex knit specifcally designed to reduce abrasion on the skin while submerged in seawater or other wet or dry environments. Designed for a compression fit that will dry fast and keep you comfortable with smooth flat seams throughout. 100% made in the USA.

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Available in sizes Small – 2X in Ranger Green and Charcoal.

www.first-spear.com/technical-apparel/rash-guard-7189

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6 Responses to “FirstSpear Friday Focus – Short Sleeve Rash Guards”

  1. DAN III says:

    They have their logo splashed across the entire chest like a billboard ! Then, they expect you to pay to advertise for them at $54.00 a whack. Thanks, but no thanks.

    • Steak TarTar says:

      They have a right to brand their own products. Its a subdued logo that will be covered by armor anyways (on the users the product was intended for). And $54 for a 100% USA made rash guard is more than fair considering similar rash guards are foreign made and not much cheaper.

    • PNWTO says:

      Yeah, what kind of company even thinks it sane to brand their gear? /s

      Seriously, this is pretty low-vis and a good price for what it is and where it is made.

      • contractor says:

        Their branding is and always will be really obnoxious to me. It’s plastered all over their products in well….obnoxious ways.

        Let the product, design and craftsmanship speak for itself.

  2. Lasse says:

    If they didn’t make PCs with that god awful spacer-mesh then you wouldn’t need a rash guard…

    Anyway, I’m more curious about the technique of the print than the size, because if it isn’t a discharge dye (and it’s not), then that’s a bad decision IMO.

  3. Patrick Trudeau says:

    I’m guessing that a poly/spandex fabric won’t be no melt/no drip?