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Le nostre tute da surf sono progettate per le donne appassionate di sport acquatici. Windsurfer, kitesurfer, surfisti, abbiamo qualcosa di molto speciale per tutti voi.
Quando l'oceano chiama non c'è niente di meglio che coprire la tua pelle sensibile e femminile con lycra aderente, che ti protegge dall'UPV e allo stesso tempo ti dà comfort, quando giochi sulle onde, guidi senza spalline o freestyle
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Nevrboard’s collection of surf suits elegantly accentuate your curves, sexiness and beauty.Our clothes are precisely crafted and made from the highest quality materials. They are unique and elegantly cut to accentuate your beauty. Feel sexy with slimming-fitting design around your waist and the sophisticatedly designed zip area that emphasizes your bust.
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TOP 5 reasons to choose a Lycra (rashguard)
The perfect outfit for swimming, surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, SUP, wakeboarding.
A Lycra rashguard is an indispensable personal item of your water sport equipment and should not be missing. It protects you when it fits perfectly to your body. Indeed it is the most popular outfit used by surfers around the world during summer seasons and in warm countries like Egypt, Greece, Brazil. Lycra material is perfect in protecting your skin against UV radiation, skin abrasions and preventing hyperthermia (heat exhaustion). Monokinis made from Lycra are often confused with neoprene suits. Neoprene has a completely different function. More on this topic here
Consider the following points before choosing your perfect Lycra rushguard:
TOP Reason #1. UV protection - UPF 50+ filter
The most important function of Lycra is protection against UV radiation. Due to its material structure with very tightly woven polyester threads Lycra creates a UV protective shield (UPF 50+ filter). During all sport activities on the water we are particularly exposed to direct sunlight as the rays reflecting from the water surface. Therefore, a UPF 50 + filter are a must and should be the basic criterion for choosing Lycra. Here I recommend long sleeves rashguards. Additionally, people with a very delicate complexion should swim in Lycra leggings to protect themselves. If you are looking for a suitable women's or children's outfit for water, please visit my online shop. We provide surfwear, which combine style, functionality and comfort. Check it out :)
TOP Reason #2. Quality always matters
Lycra material should contain not only polyester but also elastane. Outfit used while swimming is usually designed to ride close to the skin, and elastane enables these types of clothes to be tight-fitting without causing discomfort. So just remember: The higher the percentage of elastane, the more pleasant the clothing feels on your body and gives the best ease. On average, high-quality Lycra consists of 18-22% elastane. So make sure you choose a premium one. From my own experience, I can tell you a secret :): The more elastane your Lycra contains, the smaller the absorption of salt particles will be in the clothing (salt particles can significantly irritate the skin while moving in waters). More to this check TOP Reason #3
TOP Reason #3. Processing of the fabric
A little bit of background knowledge about the proper fabric and its careful processing can help to assess the functionality of your Lycra swimwear. Let´s go quickly into details:
The trimming lines ensure that your Lycra sticks more firmly to your body and does not shift with every movement or new trick you do on the water. Nobody wants the bikini bottom stucked in the butt after a cool trick ????. Simply explained: Trimming lines are a kind of additional rubber, like an excellent finish, to keep your clothes stay in place (like the areas around arm joints, neck and butt)
A zipper placed on the front side allows a quick and easy dressing. As my experience shows, a long front zip up to the naval helps all women of every chest size to slide in without difficulty. Check it out
Elastic threads are difficult to check beforehand. Unfortunately you only will find out about good processing of the seams during wearing. Cheap threads break easy and cause fraying of the seams compared to elastic ones. Elastic threads are extremely flexible. Therefore, as a manufacturer myself I highly recommend to always check a careful processing of the seams with the seller before buying. I would be happy to advise you more on this topic. Contact me email@example.com
TOP. Reason #4. Style and colour.
Style matters. So does the colour, especially for us ladies. As a designer, I think that the personal clothing style defines us and our sense of aesthetics in a special way. As an instructor, I recommend colourful, bright eye-catching surfsuits. They make us stand out on the beach and also visible at the moment of danger. Surfsuits, despite various preferences, should fit on your body like a second skin giving you the best comfort....so nothing stands in your way during your trick performance on the water :)
TOP Reason # 5. Invest well. Live globally and support locally
In terms of the price/performance ratio pay attention to where you spend your money. Handmade quality products have its price. Always check the country of origin. Poland is at the forefront of producing the best quality materials. By spending money in my store www.nevrboard.com, you support a business based on passion for water sports and loving care for women´s comfort and their satisfaction. All these women draw their energy from active leisure – like me ????
I hope these TOP 5 reasons above will help you to understand the importance of a Lycra/ rashguard and, above all, to choose the right one for you.
See you on the water. Aloha.
Ania - VDWS instructor; kitesurfing & windsurfing & catamaran.
Wetsuit vs lycra rashguard - what is the difference?
The right outfit will let you completely enjoy swimming, surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, SUP, wakeboarding. Among the functional outfits for water activities, there are two choices of material: Lycra rashguard or neoprene.
The main purpose of a lycra surfsuit is protection against UV radiation and abrasions. The neoprene wetsuits main function is warmth, more specifically thermal, insulation. Knowing the difference between a lycra rashguard and neoprene material can help you to make the right choice regarding your personal requirements on the water.
So, how do you now see the difference of the two materials?
The lycra is a thin material and consists of 70-80% polyester and 20% elastane (a high quality lycra has elastane coefficient between 18-26%). Tightly woven polyester threads protect our skin against sun rays. Lycra fabric is extraordinary breathable, dries fast and easy washable. Elasticity or stretch is the key feature of lycra material, which provides a “second-skin” feeling and a highly flexibility in movements on the water.
Compare to lycra the Neoprene material can have various thicknesses: 1-2 mm falls into the thin category, above 4 mm into thick. A good quality Neoprene wetsuit is very elastic and long-lasting. The thicker the material the more it prevents the loss of body heat. Keeping you warm on the water while moving can also increase sweating.
Which material gives you more comfort? How to make a decision?
It all depends on your personal preference and of course the climate you are heading to. Considering the temperature you’re going to need a neoprene wetsuit in cold waters for instance. In tropical environments you rather choose something lightweight, like a rashguard made of lycra. Also important to think about the characteristics of the water areas you want to go to: Are you facing obstacles like sharp corals or dangerous marine life? Then you might want to cover your entire arms with a long-sleeve lycra, even in warm waters. Finally, how much sun exposure do you expect and want for yourself?
All the above mentioned questions will help you determine what surfsuit you need. If you are currently looking for an elegant and comfortable women's or children's lycra, please visit my store.
See You on a water. Aloha.
Ania - VDWS instructor; kitesurfing & windsurfing & catamaran.