Really cool rashguard

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  1. steelcitysaint

    steelcitysaint Banned Banned

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    I was looking for a rashguard and was very particular about what I wanted; one of the top brands, a clean design that wan't too busy, but that still looked good. And after searching the internet for a couple weeks I finally found one with everything I was looking for in this really nice short-sleeve Koral rashguard from jiujitsuprogear.com. I ending up originally buying the black one, and liked it so much I ordered another one, the red and black one. I'll try to post the link so you can see it, but I haven't had much luck with these links before so bare with me.

    jiujitsuprogear.com
     
  2. Dawgie

    Dawgie Banned Banned

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    under armour :)
     
  3. CoutureFan16

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    Damn right, rock the under armour, its really good stuff. I recommend the turf gear. Anything else is too thick.
     
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    = teh ghey

    Underarmour sucks, i remember using them for football and on turf they would rip easily, and when rolling they get fucked up quickly even when i handwashed them. plus if you train in a place that ends up being hot as fuck, you sweat twice as much and does anything but cool you off.

    Nike > Underarmour
     
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  6. CoutureFan16

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    I dont think I will ever wear a loose fight rashguard shirt like sprawl makes. I wear under armour to have something on, but not to be in the way. I hate rolling with anything loose, even a t-shirt. I wear a shirt during class but when I roll I always ditch the shirt and just roll in the under armour.
     
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    Madmick Cerebrage Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Then you could order it a size too small.
     
  8. Dawgie

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    under armour owns u fucking haters
     
  9. Odium

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    I used to use a regular rashguard, but now I have a Puma t-shirt that breathes, and I just bought a S instead of L, and the preoblem with a t-shirt being to loose was no more!
     
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    What the hell do you roll on? sand paper? I had my UA heat gear and turf gear for about 2 years now the UA symbol is starting to fade out and peel but the material is still intact. And I roll mostly no-gi.
     
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    Yo don't spend your money on unecessary crap. UA is good enough for me and its cheap. I even rolled on the beach a couple of times with them on......granted that was a little rough...but UA didn't rip or get destroyed. My shins just got scraped.....but my SPRAWLs kept my ass okay.
     
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    I used them 2 years ago when they became really popular. Maybe they improved but when i was playing football almost everybody had this huge tear in it after 3 weeks. And rolling they are hot as hell. And they weren't cheap at all at the time i got them which is why i despise their crappyness. To each his own though, I just think they are teh suck, and if i were to buy a rashguard, it would either be nike or actually gear made for rolling, not shit used for turf and outdoor sports such as football.
     

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