Fierce Edge Magazine
Rash guards are worn as a second skin to protect the body from irritation and from the environment. Constructed from technical fabrics, the rash guard wicks away sweat from the skin. As the fabric draws sweat in, it’s lightweight fibres increase the surface area encouraging more sweat to evaporate.
Thanks to how Good Friday, Easter Monday and the May Bank Holiday fall in 2017, you'll only need to book nine annual leave days off to get 18 days off - how's that for efficiency?! (Not so great for employers) will only need nine days annual leave to get 18 days off.
The rashguard is worn as a baselayer under other garments and as a stand alone item. It's a piece of performance clothing and for people just starting an activity or hobby it can be confusing knowing what to look for.
Here's Fierce Edge's guide to choosing and wearing a rashguard.