Inspired by the popular Apocalypse shorts, PunchTown brings us the new Apocalypse rashguard. The gas-infused graphics are incredibly detailed, with a busy back design and simpler, more subtle front design. Fully sublimated, as always.
Durable 90/10 polyester/spandex construction with anti-bacterial technology and a convenient silicon gripping along the waistband. Flatlock seams.
PunchTown's panel construction provides excellent range of motion at the shoulder and elbow. Their underarm panel "dips" into the sleeve panel, which allows you to bend your elbow with no resistance at all. Such freedom in a long sleeve rashguard (without compromising compression) is something that you might never even have noticed your other rashguards lack until you try this one on. Standard compression fit throughout the body but tighter along the forearms, given those muscles' greater need for compression/support in grappling. The sleeves are just a tad shorter than normal long sleeve rashies, so you won't get fingers (yours or your opponent's) caught in the sleeve cuffs while attacking guillotines, rear nakeds, or while hand fighting.
Picking up my second one - construction and fit are outstanding. Noticed one loose stitch after using this 5-6 times per week (mostly gi) for about 2 years - no complaints about that kind of durability.
5'11", about 210-220, the Large fits very well - good compression fit, standard length in torso, and no pinching/bunching in armpits. If you have a long torso, either tuck into compression shorts or try a larger size.
One thing I love about this rashie is the slightly shorter sleeves - it's hard to explain, but once you feel it, you'll know how good it is!
@Scott how does the silicon gripping along the waistband hold up after prolonged use? Any peeling or ripping?
how do i go about ordering more than 1 item on the same order?
I'm 5'10 usually 190-195 but put on a few lbs now 210 what size should u get
5'11" here, between 210 and 220 - the Large fits perfectly. Length in torso is standard and doesn't ride up if tucked into spats or compression shorts.
Consider ordering a size up these run short. I'm 6'0" and 185lbs and Large was too short, it kept riding up showing my midriff
I hear that - I'm a bit shorter but also a bit more stout and don't have this rashguard ride up.
A bit of a beer gut and tucking the rashguard into my compression shorts (either under gi pants or board shorts) keeps everything in place.