I wear rash guards more than I even wear shoes. Most of mine have been freebies from various events that I have participated in. I am in the water about 300 days per year (seriously). That being said, 5 months might as well be a lifetime.
Sal in Cape Verde is probably a kiteboarders’s dream spot: golden sandy beaches, blue skies, warm crystal clear water, 20 knot trade winds all day every day, and the local break Ponta Preta, training ground to the likes of world champions Mitu Monteiro and Airton Cozzolino. Since my love for the ocean has never stopped growing, I can now Windsurf, Kiteboard, Surf, Body board, Scuba Dive, Paddleboard, Free dive, water ski and wakeboard, and enjoy them all loads, even though sometimes I spend more time in the water than I do on the actual board!
This is a late thank you note to everyone who has made our start in the big Surf World a huge success.
In this article you will learn about what a rash guard is and why it is important to know about all of the Rash Guards styles and uses.