Average Customer Review: based on 2 reviews.Rating: ScubaPro Rash Guard
Going on a cruise around Feb 25, to Jamaica,Grand Cayman, and Cozumel. Looking to do some diving. Was wondering if this rash guard would be a good investment, or do I need something more substantial. Thank you.
Hello Michael, if you are looking for a rash gurad to give you sun protection then yes this would work great for you. If you are looking to add warmth under a wet suit or as a stand alone item then you would want to go with something thicker then an 6oz. shirt. Take a look at the Hyperflex by Henderson 13 Oz Polyolefin 50/50 Long Sleeve Rash Guard web link: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-285/010369/Hyperflex-by-Henderson-13-Oz-Polyolefin-50-50-Long-Sleeve-Rash-Guard.html.
You say these rash guards are unisex and we should refer to the size chart. However, the size chart is only for men. How do we determine the size for women? Thanks, Michael
Hello Michael, we are going to have that correct so it will list the Uni-Sex sizing. For now if you look at the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-60/210987/ScubaPro-Women%C2%B4s-Fleece-Long-Sleeve-Rash-Guard.html and look at this size chart it will tell you what size you will be in. If you want the shirt to fit loose order the size you fall into. If you want this to fit snug then order one size down from the chart.
63.20 - ScubaPro Loose Fit Long Sleeve Rash Guard
Loose fitting, short or long sleeve rash guard for wearing under a suit, on its own or also as a comfortable solution to keeping dry on the boat.
Made of water repellant & quick drying fabric.
SPF factor of 50.
ScubaPro Rash Guards Uses
A long-sleeved rash guard is the perfect apparel for cool weather surfing, operating as an efficient thermal layer between skin and surf. Not only that, but many of them are UV rated at up to 50 SPF, insuring you'll be able to stay out longer without the dread of a painful sunburn hanging over your head.
The thin and comfortable odor-resistant material also doubles as protection against minor abrasions from sand, swift-moving water, or any light debris you may encounter in the ocean.