PunchTown Apocalypse Long Sleeve Rashguard
1 review
  • Anti-bacterial stretch body
  • Form-fitting panel construction
  • Silicon grip lined waist
  • Flat-lock stitched seams
  • Compression fit
  • Gas infused sublimations

We love coming across fight gear that is as stylish as it is durable. The PunchTown rashguards use a comfortable and anti-bacterial stretch fabric with an excellent panel design. The panels provide a perfect fit for our needs, since a regular rashguard doesn't always do the trick when you're looking to wrestle and grapple. To ensure these panels stay together and don't irritate your skin, PunchTown has flat-lock stitching on each seam.

Like all PunchTown gear, the graphics are important. You'll be hard pressed to find rashguards or shorts with sublimated graphics as finely detailed as this. A gas infusing process helps them get incredibly sharp details in each and every graphic or logo.

On top of all that, they've added a silicon gripping along the interior of the waist hem. This lining gently hugs the body so that your rashguard won't twist around or ride up your torso as your sparring gets more intense.

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Good rashguard...for short people

Most rashies that I come across have a long athletic cut to the waist. Too bad PunchTown didn't think of that before they designed this rashguard. And its too bad too, because the stitching looks great, the thickness is perfect, not too thick or thin, and the design is top notch. But I'm 6'4", 218 lbs, and after the first night of rolling with this, the bottom of the rashguard pops up to my ribs...and thanks to the silicon gripping on the waist hem, after it pops up above your waist, it stays there...really annoying when you're grappling and rolling around. Bottom line: if you're average height or above, go for a longer waisted RG like fuji, tatami, manto, or the other well known and great brands.   
by: Matthew   
11/8/2013 7:08:35 PM
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