O’Neill UV Sun Protection Women’s Basic Skins Long-Sleeve Rashguard Top

    Feature

    • Crew-neck rashguard top featuring long sleeves and screenprint logo on chest
    • UPF 50+

    Product Description

    U.V. and Rash Protection Shirt

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    O'Neill Basic Skins are simple, durable base layer shirts designed to protect you from the elements in and out of the water. A sleek fit and clean graphics highlight the top, which is made of five-ounce polyester and four-way stretch spandex. Flatloc stitching is comfortable and durable, and Basic Skins both rash protection and 50+ UV protection.

    Warranty
    O'Neill wetsuits include a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

    About O'Neill
    Back in1952, Jack O'Neill opened the first Surf Shop in a garage. He shaped balsa surfboards and sold accessories like paraffin wax and vests he started gluing together from neoprene. When the vests started selling, Jack decided to go into the wetsuit business, and the Surf Shop became a local gathering place. Soon surfers were riding more waves, and riding them better, in large measure because they could enjoy longer sessions in cold water in their new neoprene suits.

    Surfers' territories expanded -- Northern California became a year-round surf zone, and people were surfing New Hampshire and Rhode Island in January. Explorations and transplants to surf culture opened up Oregon, Washington, and Canada. O'Neill eventually relocated to a large manufacturing facility, and his surf shop has morphed into an international company, leading the world's wetsuit market and innovating beach lifestyle sportswear in the US, Japan, and Europe.

    Product Detail

    • Product Dimensions: 0.58 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 0.58 pounds
    • ASIN: B004I44L5O
    • Item model number: 3549
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