The Grab and Pull Ranked rashguards deliver quality and comfort in a simple and clean design. No flashy artwork, just a solid rank color and high-quality sublimation branding, all compliant with IBJJF guidelines. The fabric body is made from a stretchy lycra that is both flexible and durable. Grab and Pull's compression fit provides warmth and and support to your muscles, utilizing a snug form-fitting design without restricting your mobility. The comfortable panel cut is securely held together with flawless flatlock stitching.
Some specs boasted by the Grab & Pull that set it apart from the rest include an elasticated band across the bottom, which has a slight gripping material sewn into it. The result is a fit that is stable and secure, no twisting or shifting and no sliding up while you roll. The interior neck has a soft taping so the seams are not noticeable against your skin, and the typical interior label has been removed so that won't bother your skin either.
Size Chart:S: < 155 lbsM: 155 - 180 lbsL: 180 - 210 lbsXL: 210 - 235 lbs2XL: 230 - 255 lbs
if i did not have an entire drawer full of rash guards these would be added...
5'9 and 160lbs. should i stick with the small?
small will be a good option for you
Hi, are these US sizing? I usually wear L in Europe sizes but US size sometimes M. I'm 6'1 tall for 185lbs. I'd rather have tight than roomy.
It is more towards the european sizes. I would say large for you.
Thanks for the advice. But isn't it that everybody in the comment seem to be taking 1 size smaller than their regular size? Even you suggested "theD" to take S when his weight corresponds to M in the size chart?
Im 6 ft, 175 lbs, will a MED be too small?
Medium will get you a nice compression fit. Large will fit but won't be skin tight since these are on the roomy side.
I'm 6'2 195 pounds. The size chart says large, but my only other rashguard (Tatami Zen Gorilla) is a XL and fits nicely. Trying to figure out if I go with a large or XL.
Large is a better choice. I also wear an XL in *most* rashguards, such as 93 Brand, Inverted Gear, Manto, etc. however these rashies are on the roomy side so I was more comfortable in a Large, even a Medium (I'm a little lighter than you).
@ 195 lbs, go for the Large, definitely.
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Is the purple rashguard pink?
It's on the lighter side of purple, but I wouldn't call it pink :) the lighting of the shot and sheen of the fabric make it look even lighter in the pics.