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Find your most comfortable fit in the O'Neill Women's Basic Skins Short Sleeve Crew Rashguard. This classic surf shirt is designed to keep you protected from harmful rays with unrestricted movement.
Finally found a rash guard for swimming laps
I am using this rash guard to swim laps for an hour during peak sun in Florida. I am 5"5 and 125 lbs medium build. I found the medium way too loose in the water and had to reorder a small. The small fits snugly but once in the water the fit is perfect. I recommend this product for swimming. It is not ungainly for lap swimming.
Fit: Feels true to size
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This has potential but not "true to size". I'm 5"2, 100 pds, size 0, and could not breathe in XS. I tried it on my 11 year old. It was so tight she wouldn't even finish putting it on. I think in the right size it would be adorable, but hard to even figure what the right size is to be snug without suffocating
Fit: Feels too small
Good quality and will wear it as both a sun guard in the summer and as a rash guard under my water jacket in the winter.
Size does matter
I am a petite person that needs to lose a few pounds. So, I bought the large. Well, it wasn't what I thought it would be. The material is good, but the sizing is wrong.
Just what I needed
I purchased this to take on a cruise. I was going to be snorkeling and scuba diving. It worked great.
I bought this rash guard recently to prevent burns when snorkeling. It is comfortable and looks nice with a bikini bottom. Based on other peoples reviews I went with a medium (I'm 5"9" and 125 lbs) even though I would have usually gotten a small and it fits perfectly. It's tight enough not to drag in the water but not so tight it's uncomfortable.
This top fits tightly but gives great definition. Have to get used to the tighter feeling. Bikini top fits well underneath without bulk. Bought the aqua which was a lighter color in reality then the photo showed.
Very good product
I have a 36 bust and bought a medium. It fits perfectly. I bought it to wear over my bathing suit to keep me a bit warmer when I am teaching swimming or swimming on a very cold day. Of course, it creates a bit of drag but it stays put and does the job. After a lap I don't even realize I have it on.
My smaller child could not wear it-not close to true to size
Beautiful color (but more of an orchid color - it is a stretch to call it pink) and cute style, but very, very off in size. Even according to the O'Neill size chart! My daughter is normally a medium, but needed a large according to the size chart. We ordered that one. When it arrived, the color was off as the sizing. My younger daughter who wears small, because she is so petite, looked horrible in it. It was tight on her! A rash guard needs to be snug, but not suffocating. The only reason that I am giving it 2 stars is because of the quality of the material and how cute it was.
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Jack O'Neill began surfing in 1952, before functional surf apparel was invented. While working for the Army Air Corps, O'Neill discovered neoprene foam in a DC-3 airplane. He then combined the neoprene carpeting with duct tape to create the first neoprene wetsuit.
Demand for O'Neill's neoprene wetsuits grew rapidly and he began a business selling the O'Neill wetsuits out of his garage. By 1980, he was a leader in the beach apparel industry with a thriving business. Since then, O'Neill™ has become a widely recognized and respected brand in the surf industry, continually creating new and innovative products. In addition to O'Neill wetsuits, they carry O'Neill boardshorts, O'Neill dresses, O'Neill hats, O'Neill rash guards, O'Neill swimsuits, O'Neill water shoes, O'Neill sandals, O'Neill life jackets and O'Neill t-shirts.
In addition to his business success, O'Neill also created a non-profit foundation for kids. O'Neill developed the O'Neill Sea Odyssey Program: a free, educational cruise that introduces kids to the microbiology of the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary, beginning at Jack O'Neill's doorstep.