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Best Swim Shirts

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Whether training for a professional sporting event or simply going out for a swim, you must consider the right clothes for the activity. A swim shirt is an excellent option for a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, kayaking, surfing and more. Take a look at some of these excellent options.

The simple style with raglan seams and exposed stitching makes this ideal for a minimalist look. Its flattering construction offers a comfortable fit and is much looser than a rash guard. In addition, the soft and stretchy material provides a snug fit for hours of comfortable wear.

The lightweight polyester material has durable flatlock stitching that is soft and breathable. It wicks away sweat and water quickly and safeguards the skin against rashes and abrasions. Select from a wide collection of 29 styles of solid colors or patterned prints. Note that available sizes and colors may vary.

Sporting a comfortable crew neck with raglan style long sleeves, this shirt is available in five sizes and 18 solid colors. The soft fabric blend works to reduce skin irritation, and offers a four-way stretch, preventing the tee from warping out of shape. Its moisture-wicking and fast-drying action help to keep you dry and cool throughout the day.

The relaxed design and soft fabric make for a comfortable fit without impeding any movement. The piling-resistant material means hours of use with minimal wear and tear. Its crew neck and long sleeves provide ample coverage from the sun and wind.

The long, loose sleeves and round neck cover the skin sufficiently, protecting you from chilly wind or scorching heat. The UPF 50 protection reduces damage caused by the sun’s rays. The flatlock seams and tagless collar create a smooth feel and work to reduce chafing.


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Dorian Smith-Garcia

Dorian Smith-Garcia is a diverse writer across beauty, fashion, travel, parenting, consumer goods, and tech. She has written for Inverse, Healthline Parenthood, The Confused Millennial, XONecole, Glowsly, and The Drive along with a variety of other publications. She is a bridal and beauty expert/influencer and the creative director behind The Anti Bridezilla. When Dorian’s not writing she’s collecting stamps in her passport, learning new languages, or spending time with her husband and daughter.