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    There's a scuba store a long way north of my house. I'll be checking out the logo-less rashguards and perhaps the Sprawl shorts, but I just realized that my loose-fitting dri-fit shirts already do a pretty decent job; it's the skin-tight ones I want to replace. Don't know if I'll bother with Sprawl shirts.

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    I think I'm going to pick up a Gameness rashguard or two since my school has a deal with them or something. Does anyone have opinions on this brand?

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    What's the differene between a specific jiu jitsu rash guard and a body boarding one? I've got a cool one from quick silver. It's sturdy, smooth and, well, guards against rashes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supercrap
    What's the differene between a specific jiu jitsu rash guard and a body boarding one? I've got a cool one from quick silver. It's sturdy, smooth and, well, guards against rashes.
    is there a difference? yes, and no.

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    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.

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    Athletic Works...yeah.

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    UFC.tv has rashguard shirts on sale for $9.95 until Feb22.
    http://store.ufc.tv/

    Don't know about the quality though. I ordered one a few days ago. I'm still waiting for it.

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    thanks for the heads up on the UFC store, got that and a t-shirt on the way now =)

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    I just got a couple of the walmart cheapies. I'll try them out this week and report back.

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    I still recommend the Wikmax body suit:


    It is cut a bit big, so plan accordingly.
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