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  1. ryang Banned Banned

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    can anybody recomend a cool and different looking rashguard?
     
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    anything manto or hayabusa
     
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    The tuxedo rashguard? Vale Tudo one from chokesports?

    The Manto team ones are so cool - the Alliance and new BTT ones are my favourite, but itd be lame to wear one without training at one of their camps (Thank shit I do or I would be forced to move interstate solely for no-gi fashion...)
     
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    The hayabusa black rashguard with some sort of white patterning down the back and sleeve is pretty cool.
     
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    Our PTSi rash guards. I would link but not allowed :)
     
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    Manto! One of the best brands you can get and they look bad ass!
     
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    I'm still waiting for a Superman rashguard.
     
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    The rupture PTSI rashguard is pretty god damn amazing, comfortable fit, great look, probably the best 2 rashguards I own.

    Troia makes/made a quality rashguard but the material is heavier, good for winter work. the Rupture rashguards feel like you're wearing nothing at all haha.
     
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    I am rocking my alliance rashie all the way

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  13. Agreed. I learned so much. I also own two of the Under Armour rashguards he is referring too as being cool (different colors from the one in the video, just the same model).
     
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    although i am not training in Alliance
    but wow, i must admit it is a cool rashguard
     
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    I have the Hayabusa rashguards, they are nice and have a flattering fit. They make you look more jacked than you are! haha. I like the look of the Jaco rg too. I am thinking of getting one, but I have too many rgs.
     
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    I like the True fight gear rashguards.
     
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    That last Police one would actually be wearable because it's a base layer. Shit, I wish these were just normal rashguards.
     
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    Yeah, zippers make it an absolute no go.

    I've often looked for, and never been able to find, a Superman rashguard. Well, I found one sized for small children, but that doesn't really cut it for a 200+lbs guy :)
     
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