- Delivery & Returns
A Rashguard- also known as rash vest or rashie- is a type of water wear- an athletic shirt made of Spandex and Lycra nylon. The name Rashguard reflects the fact that the shirt protects the wearer against rashes caused by abrasion.
These shirts can be worn by themselves- or under a wetsuit. The use of Lycra and Spandex create a garment that is lightweight- quick drying- flexible- durable- naturally antibacterial and water wicking.
Other important components of a rash guard include flatlock stitching- and a ten panel construction. Ten panel construction versus the conventional 4 panel tee shirt construction enables the user increased mobility wet or dry.
Rashguards also offer protection from the sun (measured by its Ultraviolet Protection Factor)- the Waterproof Rashguard offer a 50% UV protection factor.
- Long Sleeve.
- +50 UV Block.
- Spandex Lycra.
- Bonded High Quality Nylon thread.
|UK SIZE (APPROX)||CHEST|
We offer free tracked UK standard delivery on orders over £50.
Standard UK delivery is £3.50 for orders under £50 and sent using Royal Mail First Class delivery. You will receive your order 2 - 3 days from the date of dispatch. Order by 2pm on a working weekday, and we will aim to dispatch the same day.
Next Working Day for the UK is £6.99.
International shipping rates depend on items, shipment weight and destination. Shipping costs are calculated at checkout.
If you change your mind, it doesn’t fit, or you become inflicted with buyer’s regret - that's OK!
Mike's Dive Store offer an extended returns policy of 30 days - so you can be rest assured if the suit, piece of diving equipment or gift doesn't suit then just send it back, and we will either exchange it or offer a full refund less any postage costs. Too easy!
Please note that there are some special order items on our website that will be subject to a 20% re-stocking fee, but we will let you know about these items before we special order them so that you are aware of this. If this is the case we can always help with correct sizing so that we minimise the risk of return.