Like rash guards and swim shirts, you could wear a sports bikini top under a sun shirt. However, since these are not swimwear, you could also wear a sports bra, normal bra or no bra – depending on how you intend to spend your day!
Do you wear something under rash guard?
Rashguards For the Girls:
Everyone’s preference will differ slightly, however, most of us gals prefer to wear a bathing-suit top under a rashguard! Whether you opt for a short-sleeve rashguard or a long-sleeve rashguard, they do grant coverage, though they can be quite thin and quite sheer, especially when wet.
What is the purpose of wearing a rash guard?
Rash guards are a type of athletic shirt. They are made to protect your skin against rashes and harmful UV Rays from sunlight. To make them lightweight and perfect for surfing, rash guards are made with spandex and nylon or polyester.
What can I wear instead of a rash guard?
Most rash guard shirts are made out of a nylon/spandex blend so they are both strong and stretchable. If you want to go for a substitute, then go for a stretchable close weave polyester shirt.
Should rash guards be tight?
Fit: Rash guards are supposed to fit tight to the body to keep chafing or uncomfortable rubbing at a minimum. However, some styles are made to fit a little looser to be more forgiving to the body-image conscious. … Sleeve Length: Rash guards are available in tanks, short sleeves and long sleeves.
What is the difference between a rash guard and a wetsuit?
A wetsuit is what surfers wear in the freezing ocean water to stay warm. … Rash Guards are NOT wetsuits! They are not designed to keep you warm. They are designed to prevent rashes from surfing.
How do you size a rash guard?
What size rash guard should I get? To choose a rash guard size, you should first measure your chest. Then compare that measurement to the size chart that’s shown on the product page and order based on your chest measurement. Depending on fit and comfort preference, you can go up or down a size!
Can you stretch a rash guard?
POLYESTER rashguard – will not stretch as much as nylon/spandex | Sizing is accurate (“SKINS” are meant to fit SKIN TIGHT)