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EVOTHERM FL THERMAL SHORT SLEEVE RASHVEST
A superb UV shield giving you UPV 50+ sun protection. 8oz Evotherm fabric with flatlock durable seam construction provides maximum protection against wetsuit rubs and rashes as well as the suns rays. Thumb loops to keep in place when worn under a wetsuit.
- FLATLOCK: seam construction
- 8oz Evotherm fabric
- UV shield: UPF 50+ sun protection
Neoprene is lapped together and then stitched, this creates a flat, flexible and comfortable seam. Flatlock stitching can be identified by a band of interlocked thread on both sides of the wetsuit, sometimes utilising a coloured thread for visual effect.
UPF protection refers to any type of apparel which protects against damaging UVA & UVB rays. UPF 50+ is the maximum protection offered from any sun protection apparel, blocking 97.5% of the suns UV rays. Everyday clothing offers very little sun protection. For example, a typical summer t-shirt offers only 7-15%protection and even less when wet, against the harmful rays. For Exposed areas of the body, not covered by the garment you should apply SPF cream which is suitable for your skin type.
|34” - 36”
|36” - 38”
|38” - 40”
|40” - 42”
|42” - 44”
Evotherm is an 8oz Evostretch, Four way stretch, Thermal fabric. it contains a fine brushed wicking inner surface, that is comfortable and warm against the skin.
Evotherm is a Lightweight, hollow fibre, stretch fabric, which works with your body, whilst providing optimum warmth through insulation.
Your rashguard has been made from carefully selected materials to give the best combination of durability and performance. With the correct care you will gain the maximum life from your rashguard. Always rinse your rashguard after use in clean water using a mild detergent if necessary. Please don’t use any solvents or other chemicals to remove stains or marks from your rashguard as this can cause damage. Protect your rashguard from sharp or abrasive objects. Ensure the suit is the correct size and do not pull the ends of sleeves or legs to remove.
Wetsuit neoprene is lapped together and then stitched, this creates a flat, flexible and comfortable seam. Flatlock stitching can be identified by a band of interlocked thread on both sides of the wetsuit, sometimes utilising a coloured thread for visual effect.