RVCA VA Rashguard Overview

8.8 Total Score

$39.50

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  • Not Overly Snug
  • Allows for Comfortable Movement
  • Incredibly Durable
  • Longer than Most Brands
  • Great Color Selection
  • Machine Washable
  • Excellent Return/Exchange Policy
Price history for RVCA Men's VA Rash Guard, Black, Large
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  • $39.50 - October 29, 2017
  • $39.99 - October 12, 2017
  • $39.50 - October 3, 2017
  • $39.99 - September 16, 2017
  • $39.50 - September 14, 2017
Since: September 14, 2017
  • Highest Price: $39.99 - September 16, 2017
  • Lowest Price: $39.50 - September 14, 2017

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While rashguards are most definitely not a requirement for mixed martial arts practice, they can most certainly prove quite useful in terms of keeping you more comfortable. The vast majority of fighters tend to opt to wear a simple cotton t-shirt during training session. However, cotton t-shirts more often than not tend to soak up your sweat leaving you feeling sticky, wet and super uncomfortable. Which is precisely why more and more fighters are preferring to wear lightweight rashguards instead. And one of the best rashguards that is designed specifically for MMA fighters is the RVCA Men’s VA Rashguard.

8.8 Total Score
RVCA VA Rashguard

All in all, the RVCA VA Rashguards really are an awesome buy. Sure some pilling of the rashguard may occur along with peeling of the logos. But with that being said, you just need to take the care to wash the rashguard properly in order to ensure the the looks of it last a bit longer. But in terms of comfort and durability overall, this one really can’t be matched.

Score
8.8
PROS
  • Not Overly Snug
  • Allows for Comfortable Movement
  • Incredibly Durable
  • Longer than Most Brands
  • Great Color Selection
  • Machine Washable
  • Excellent Return/Exchange Policy
CONS
  • The VA and RVCA logos are not sublimated and May Start to Peel Over Time
  • Pilling May Occur After Washing
  • Some Have Noted the Sleeves are a Bit Long
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Amy is a published freelance writer and owner of One Karate Mom. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, keeping up with all things martial arts and healthy living related, training with her husband, and of course, taking her kid to karate practice.

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