About Kokatat Innercore Rash Guard - Long Sleeve, UPF 30+ (For Women)
Closeouts. Specially engineered for wear under your kayaking splash top or PFD, the Kokatat Innercore rash guard has built-in four-way stretch with flatlock seams to prevent chafing as well as built-in UPF 30+ sun protection.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by joanjett from Florida on Monday, February 17, 2014Shame on me. I read the reviews like I typically do and for whatever reason I did not heed what was written. The reviews are correct. In my case the arm length was 3 inches short. By the way I am 5' 8". I am rating this shirt only on the basis that the arm length is unacceptable and I will be returning it.
Reviewed by Camper/Flyfisher from Duluth on Monday, January 27, 2014I ordered a medium (5'10" and I weigh 140 lbs) it fits well except the sleeves are 2 inches too short. I may just cut and re-hem the sleeves to make it short sleeved. Good quality fabric. Fits the torso and arm circumference well. A bit shorter than I prefer at the waist.
Reviewed by Neenglo from NE Ohio on Monday, December 30, 2013I ordered my usual size and the torso fit a little snug but the arms were not as tight as others so I liked that? I got the rust colored one . it was a great deal too!
Reviewed by Spychic from alexandria on Friday, December 13, 2013well made, pretty true to size top of medium weight to protect from cold water under my we suit bibs in winter or as a sun/water layer in fall/spring/summer paddle boarding and kayaking. if you're between med.-lge, i'd size up as the sleeves are a tad short, but it is intended to be a trim fit, and it is. can't speak to performance, yet.
Reviewed by Crazyhousewife from California on Monday, September 2, 2013Needed a rashguard for swimming in the ocean to keep the sun off. It did not fit right. Sleeves too short top too narrow. Rest too wide. So I send it back
Question & Answer
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“Is this rashguard one of those super tight fits? I have arthritis and have trouble putting on and off the ones that fit really snug.”
Depending on the size you get all rashguards are tight. If you order up significantly it would be looser but the arms would still be tight.