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[Amazon.ca] Men's Short Sleeve UPF 50+ Baselayer Skins Compression Rash Guard

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Sr. Member
Mar 6, 2006
670 posts

[Amazon.ca] Men's Short Sleeve UPF 50+ Baselayer Skins Compression Rash Guard

These look like nice sun protection SS shirts with a variety of colors.
It's a lightning deal which will end around 1 am EDT on Saturday.
The price is very good comparing to similar products.
There are no reviews yet, but if you follow the brand (LAFROI) they sell quite a few similar shirts/pants and some are very well reviewed.
Many reviews suggest very snag fit which is typical for such a product, so you are advised to check the size guide and maybe to order a few different sizes as they guarantee FREE returns.
There is a $2 coupon (can be applied once only).
There are 13 colors available and the discount varies.
The cheapest combination color/size comes down to $9 after the coupon.

Don't forget ebates for the extra 5% off.
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Deal Addict
Jul 7, 2016
2423 posts
those are a really good price but until they come up with some better design I m out.
Sr. Member
Oct 22, 2005
641 posts
in for one...like the armour pattern...the rest of them were so ...in design lol imho
Deal Addict
Jul 7, 2016
2423 posts
well I think its a rashguard is mostly considered a 【Material】Main: 80% Nylon, 20% Spandex; Print Area: 80% Polyester, 20% Spandex
I beleive it just because it dries quicker wearing something vs not wearing something will cover you from most of the sun uv anyway.
Deal Addict
Feb 26, 2005
4276 posts
The language screams translation and the company lafroi does not appear on any google searches. Price is good but don’t expect it to last a long time.

I am fairly certain any cloths is sun proof that covers the body and every rash guard I own does not dry quicker then skin. I own at least 12 differ guards and use them all the time at gym.
The difference between wanting and needing is how you justify it.
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Sep 25, 2005
8386 posts
North York
Be aware that there are many restrictions on the handling of UV clothing:
  • Do not wash/rinse in hot/warm water;
  • Machine wash only in gentle cycle;
  • Use the mildest detergent;
  • Do not tumble dry or iron, do not hang them in direct sunlight either.
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May 27, 2007
3345 posts
Picked up the cheapest one yesterday thx
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