Product Review: Gawakoto x David Mack “Kabuki” Women’s Rashguard

Product Review: Gawakoto x David Mack “Kabuki” Women’s Rashguard: Short Sleeve Rash Guard For BJJ By Shiho Fujii (Editor)

The most common question I get asked when it comes to rash guards are, “What kind of rash guard do you wear?”

There is no right or wrong answer here. Just like there is no one size fits all solution for any sport. That being said, I will try my best to give you some insight into what type of rash guard you should buy based on your personal preferences. If you have any questions about the product itself, please feel free to ask me in the comments section!

Rash Guards For Men And Women

If you’re looking for something with a little extra style and flair, then a rash guard made specifically for men might be just what you need. These rash guards tend to be a bit more colorful than those worn by ladies, but they still offer protection from the sun and other elements. They are great for both training and competition.

When it comes to rash guards for women, there really isn’t anything out there that compares to the quality of products available for men. You’ll see many brands touting their rash guards as being designed specifically for women, but that simply isn’t true at all. Rather than fashion being the primary concern, these rash guards are created with function in mind. As such, many of them have a more snug fit and tend to come down only to mid-abdomen rather than all the way to the hips.

If you’re looking to buy a rash guard but don’t want to spend a lot of money, then I definitely suggest going with one of these options.

Rash Guards For KidsIf you have children that are training then you need to make sure they’re protected no matter what age they are. Kids rash guards are specially designed with smaller bodies in mind and are made from softer, more comfortable materials so that they can train longer without getting overheated. It’s never too early to get your kids into jiu-jitsu, which is why these rash guards come in sizes designed for infants all the way up to Children’s XL.

These rash guards are also perfect for adults who have extra sensitive skin. If you don’t know what size you need, then the best thing to do is go off of your weight. If you weigh 135 lbs., then I would suggest a youth small.

If you have any questions about these or any other products available on this website, please feel free to ask me in the comments section!