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Free Country Women's Mesh Rash Guard Shirt

Hi Neighbors!

We were recently allowed to review the Free Country Women's Mesh Rash Guard Shirt.  It comes in a really pretty black with raspberry trim.  Nice looking!  Now, you may know Free Country mainly for their winter clothing, but they also carry a summer line, that is how we were given the opportunity to try out the Mesh Rash Guard Shirt.


The Mesh Rash Guard Shirt is a perfect cover-up for a day in the sun!  Long sleeved, yet quite comfortable and light-weight.  Since most of the females in my family burn easily if exposed to the sun too long we try to find ways to be comfortable, yet covered.  This shirt should be hand-washed in cold water and then line dried.  Do not iron.

A short history of Free Country:

Since 1990, Free Country has manufactured casual outerwear and active wear inspired by a modern, active lifestyle and has emerged as a power in the apparel industry with a look and spirit that stands on its own. We take a different approach to outerwear by creating compelling designs through a fusion of active performance and fashion. The driving force behind Free Country’s success began with its founder, Ira Schwartz, who found inspiration in his own active lifestyle of outdoor sports and especially skiing.
 From the beginning, Ira had a vision “to market and merchandise a lifestyle which reflects the philosophy of doing one’s own thing – creating authentic outerwear with a not-too-serious attitude, that people will have fun wearing.” The result was a collection of men’s outerwear and activewear constructed from active, high performance fabrics with rugged charm, smart styling and classic authenticity. Ira’s innate ability to seek out trends and develop fabrics with special breakthrough characteristics put Free Country on the map in the retail world.
 When Ira’s wife, Jody, joined the company in 1994, the inspiration for a ladies collection became clear. The strong consumer reaction proved that our niche in developing high quality, high performance fabrics was just as relevant for the lifestyle needs of today’s modern active women.

I do believe the sizing runs a little small as this did not fit the daughter I chose it for and we had to let her younger sister wear it.  So do take that into consideration when purchasing.



I am sure my daughter will be wearing this quite a bit this summer as it is so comfortable.  We really haven't had a need yet for sun protection, I am just hoping for spring to arrive!


Oh!  Presently they are offering free shipping on all orders over $40.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken directly from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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