O’Neill Skins Rash Guard

Women’s Blue Short Sleeve Crew Surf Shirt

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Posted: Apr 29 | 1 Comment | Buyer Ratings: 0.0/10 |

O'Neill Skins Crew Rash ShirtO'Neill has been a leading name in surf wear for decades, but you don't need to be a serious wax head to appreciate this Skins Rash Guard. This surf shirt offers some extra sun protection whether you're catching waves, or simply enjoying playing amongst them.

This rash guard isn't particularly fashion forward, but there's a certain charm to its pale blue color. White panels down the sides are quite slimming, while the complementary white logo is a pretty way to boast the brand's heritage.

But rash guards are always more about functionality than fashion. This one is made from a blend of nylon and spandex, which is flexible enough to allow easy movement through the water and quick to dry once you're out. It's also got a UV protection factor of 50+, although you'll need to remember the sunscreen for your bare arms. The connector loop, which helps you attach the shirt to your board shorts, is another convenient touch.

At $34.95 this is quite an affordable rash shirt, particularly since many customers report using theirs for years. It's available in a fun range of feminine colors including blue, purple, and black. Which one will you choose?

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