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  1. #21

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    Overstock occasionaly has underamour too. Got 3 of the greywear shirts for 30$.

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    Locu5,

    That looks sweet...damn. Might be worth looking at.
    Regards,
    CrimsonTiger

    "Na'h, they should go to old school rules.
    One guy gets sword and sheild, the other gets a net and a trident.
    Lions eat christians between rounds." - Strong Machine

  3. #23

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    Rash Guard

    I've seen a tight fitting rash guard made by Howard Combat Kimonos...Any comments?????

  4. #24

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    get an underarmor long sleeve rash guard for 30 bucks. high quality.

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    OK, I lied. You all need to get Under Armour's Heatgear Boxerbriefs. Holy hell these rock. The boys love them. Got the shortsleeve heargear shirt too, which is comfy and all, but the boxerbriefs pwn. If I could afford to redo all of my underwear as these, I would.
    Locu5
    combat sports hobbyist

  6. #26

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    I have a connection for custom rashguards, if you want printed with your logo. not screenprinted so the logos last a lot longer than the brands your use to. contact me with an email address and I'll forward it to my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sicragz
    I have a connection for custom rashguards, if you want printed with your logo. not screenprinted so the logos last a lot longer than the brands your use to. contact me with an email address and I'll forward it to my friend.
    PM Phrost, he may be interested.
    Locu5
    combat sports hobbyist

  8. #28

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    Quote Originally Posted by En
    Wall-mart.

    Short sleeve rashguards for $7, long sleeve for $11.

    I have an underarmor and a wall-mart rash guard. The underarmor feels slightly better, but not $30 more better.
    The logo on the short sleeve rubs off in a hurry. The extra $23 is for brand, just like jeans that have names costs more than regular pants.

    But I'm just a bitter, poor student that can't afford a fancy UA logo.

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    I have a few sprawl rashguards, and they rule. I like the longsleeve a little more because

    1) its much tougher for someone to control your tricep and

    2) holds heat a little more, so less injuries and helps for cutting weight.

    I used to always compete in the short sleeve for grappling, but I have been liking the long sleeve a little more.

    Overall, they stretch really far. I have had matches where I was grappling with someone much larger, and have been falling to the ground and been snatched by it, and it didnt tear, just a LITTLE stretch near the neck. The things REALLY hold up.

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    I cast my vote for Underarmor. I haven't tried any others, but they seem pretty invincible. I also hate feeling like my armpits are sweat soaked, and with Underarmor I don't feel any moisture at all even after an hour of grappling.

    I got my short sleeved at Sports Authority for $25 or so.

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