Dakine Guys' Neo-Insulator S/S Rashguard
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SKU: 8575-621
Product Code: 17640

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  • Keep your cool while riding the cold waters of your favorite beach with the Neo-Insulator rashguard.  The dual colored guard has smooth lines and added practicality with the center back bottom hem zipper closure to ease entry and exit.

    • 1.5mm Neoprene
    • 8ox Lycra
    • Seamless underarms
    Dakine logo on chest
    • SPF 50+
    • Short sleeve
    • Imported

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  • 4.5 star rating (7 Reviews)

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  • 1/18/2013 Excellent product

    rating star By Ken K.

    I got this specifically to provide a little extra warmth for snorkeling and it was perfect. Excellent fit, no bulk, no chafing, no noticeable unwanted buoyancy. Just that little extra warmth.

    Ken K.
    Salt Lake City, UT

    Fit: Feels true to size

  • 10/18/2012 Dakine Guys' Neo -Insulater S/S Rashguard

    rating star By D. MIchaels

    a quality product, well made. Good fit, would recommend to anyone.

    D. MIchaels
    New Braunfels TX

    Fit: Feels true to size

  • 6/21/2012 Size XL actual measurements

    rating star By David H.

    I previously reviewed the size Large.  I just got a replacement size XL, and it fits much better.  Here are the actual measurements of the XL (lying flat, not stretched):  chest 42", waist 35".  Because I had to go up a size, it's a little longer than I'd like it to be.  I don't have a non-neoprene Dakine rash guard to compare it to, so I don't know if the tight sizing is unique to just the neo-insulator or Dakine's sizing is simply wack.  I do notice the neoprene panels (the black parts) aren't as stretchy as the lycra (gray) parts, so maybe that's the issue with the size chart being a size too small?  At any rate, my advice is go up a size from what their chart says - and even then, expect a wetsuit-like snug (but not uncomfortable) fit.  I'm happy with the quality, so if Dakine would just properly label the sizes (and maybe shorten the length), I'd give it 5 stars.

    David H.
    Phoenix, AZ

    Fit: Feels too small

  • 6/12/2012 doesn't match Dakine size chart

    rating star By Dave H.

    Nicely made hybrid between a rash guard and a neoprene jacket.  Would have given it 5 stars but Dakine's size chart said I needed a "Large" (I'm a 42" chest, 35" waist, 40" hip). However, It was too tight across my chest and I could barley zip up the back.  The actual measurements of the size "Large" shirt are 38" chest, 32" waist, 34" hip.  Granted, it's supposed to be a snug fit, but it shouldn't be so uncomfortably tight.  Sent it back and am waiting for an XL; I'll post the actual measurements of that when I get it.

    Dave H.

    Fit: Feels too small

  • 8/12/2011 volk416

    rating star By volk416

    ordered it in my size but fits really snug.
    Insulating panel holds the extra flesh in so even though snug,
    you look good.

    Toronto, ON

    Fit: Feels too small

  • 8/12/2011 volk416

    rating star By volk416

    A little extra warmth when lake swimming

    Toronto, ON

    Fit: Feels too small

  • 6/26/2011 Good Product - could be more durable

    rating star By Tom S.

    Good fitting, non-restricting allowing full movement.  However after about 30 uses x 1000 yard swim, lost elasticity and stretched out of shape.  I like the product, good price, and this is the second one I've purchased.  Would just like to get more uses out of it.

    Tom S.
    Apex, NC

    Fit: Feels true to size

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