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Break Point Rash Guard Review

break point rash guard review

I’ve never liked short sleeve rash guards. I always preferred long sleeve versions because I felt that it gave me better control. Eventually I started to notice that certain training partners were getting really good at wrist control and I had a really hard time breaking it because of the sleeves (and because I may, or may not, suck at grip fighting). So I started wearing t-shirts instead. Until I tried the Break Point short sleeve rash guard.

Break Point Rash Guard Review

I find myself opting for my Break point rash guard not only because it has short sleeves, but because it doesn’t move in training, looks fantastic, and has held up incredibly during training. Break point makes rash guards in almost every color, but mine is in black (why would you want any other color?).

Check out the Break Point Elite Shortsleeve Rash Guard at Amazon

The Look

break point rashguard

This Break Point rashguard looks amazing. The sublimation is some of the best that I have ever seen. The depth of colors makes it look sharp, almost like armor.

break point rashguard shoulder

The logos of Break Point give it just enough bling to keep me happy (and you know I love bling!) Both sleeves have the logo on them and Break point is proudly displayed across the chest.

In addition, Break Point also has their name on the collar. I think that is probably my favorite feature of the gi. Who sublimates the collar? Break Point does.

break point rashguard collar

The Feel

I go from being svelte and awesome to a fat sack of crap throughout the year and the Break Point rashguard felt great no matter what shape I was in. I wore it as often as I could for nogi, and almost always under my gi.

break point rashguard hip logo

 I think that when you train, a nice rashguard under the gi helps you stay classy (San Diego) on the mats. This rashguard felt perfect under my gi. Any scratchy seam taping or whatnot ceased to bother me and my sweat wasn’t going everywhere (which it does when you’re over 6 feet and 200lbs.)

stay classy

I feel like my Break Point rashguard is going to last quite a long time, so overall a great purchase. With the quality of the gi and the sublimation process being so high, I look forward to Break Point doing more with the graphics on their rashguards.

View available Break Point BJJ gis at Amazon

break point rashguard chest

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6 comments
Dean says May 9, 2012

So, I talked to you about rashguards but one thing I got to know is, how well does it cope with losing/gaining weight ?

I’m currently on a diet trying to get into the healthy BMI range and obviously I dont want to spend much money on a rashguard that wont fit me for long.

So…how “adjustable” are they?

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    Brendan says May 9, 2012

    not very, but they do stretch out a lot. depends on how much weight you’re losing. i always wear a large whether I am 220 or 190. But my size doesn’t change a lot in that range, just my body fat percentage. How much weight are you trying to lose Dean?

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      Dean says May 9, 2012

      Let me say it in lbs so it sounds even more insane, roughly 66 lbs.

      I have done it before,but fuck its not an easy journey.

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        Brendan says May 9, 2012

        not at all man. that will definitely require a size down. but you won’t lose it fast. grab a rashguard now for you, and then a new one when you lose the weight

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Hanes says May 9, 2012

The look, the feel, of cotton…the fabric of our lives.

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