Submission Fight Co – Hemp Sensation Rash Guard
As an update to this article, it has been tested and found that Submission Fight Co products have ZERO percentage of hemp in them at all. ZERO. This test was published on 4/3/2014.
BJJ Rash Guards are meant to protect your skin from any type of bacteria, fungus or molds such as ringworm and staff. Fortunately, our bjj rash guards do just that and more! Submission rash guards have a unique anti-bacterial and odor resistant technology that wicks away any form of moisture that builds up during your bjj training sessions. As a bonus our Jiu Jitsu rash guards are also SPF 50+ proof, so your skin will be protected wearing any Submission rash guard, even in the outdoors.
You can purchase the Hemp Sensation Rash Guard here…
- – 80% Hemp / 20% Lycra
- – White With Green Contrast Stitching
- – Sublimated Printing. Designs will never crack, peel or fade away.
- – Anti-Bacterial, Moisture Wicking & Odor Resistant Technology
- – Extra Long to Prevent Ride Up
- – SPF 50+ For Protection in Outdoor Use
- – Long Sleeve
- – Natural / Eco-Friendly
On the bottom hem there is a thicker material that supposed to make the rash guard not ride up while rolling. It’s almost like a little gripper.
I am actually having this problem with a lot of products coming out of Pakistan. Mr. Shakib has assured me though that anyone with this type of problem will get a brand new rash guard.
He even offered me a brand new one but I declined and was happy with what I have.
How does it Fit?
The fit for me is looser in the chest and body but tighter in the arms. I’m used to wearing a looser rash guard with more room all around but this one is a fit I could get used to.
It rolls good although the sleeves ride up a little bit during hard sparring. The rash guard itself doesn’t ride up though and stays down for the most part due to the extra material in the bottom seam.
It’s not thick but it’s not thin either and it breathes fairly well. I don’t get overly hot but I do cool down quickly in between rounds which is good.
Most rash guards leave you slimey afterwards after taking it off but since this one is so breathable it doesn’t leave you as nasty at the end of training.
The Hemp Sensation has a price tag of $59.95 and is among the norm for most long sleeve rash guards coming out. I don’t agree with the high price tag of all BJJ related items, including rash guards, but this is the same quality as most brands out right now.
Unless there is a drastic change I don’t see the price dropping anytime soon on products for our sport.
Would I recommend this rash guard? In all honesty yes. My experience has been good with the product and I would recommend the rash guard Submission Fight Co. has put out. I don’t agree with the price as stated before, but it’s on par with every other rash guard out in terms of quality and price point.
If you’re looking for a new rash guard and you like the design of the Submission Fight Co Hemp Sensation Rash Guard then you won’t be disappointed in it’s quality when you purchase it.