Sprawl MMA brings you a rash guard to go with those fight shorts. You'll need a rash guard for practice.
Though not normally worn in a match as an opponent can hold on to it, you'll want a rash guard during practice. It can keep you from lots of mat burn.
Guards first were used by surfers, to keep their chest from getting
rubbed raw by the board. Now it is standard fare in MMA.
A rash guard is better than a t-shirt, because it will not rip. They are not mandatory but recommended. There are short and long sleeved versions. The short keeps you cooler, while the long offers more protection.
SPRAWL Grappling Tops are built to withstand punishment. They can take a beating. They provide a dri-fit for sweat control.
Basically the shirt wicks sweat away.
The Grappling Tops are not as tight as other shirts. They fit like a t-shirt.
also offer a tighter fit and a great price. Bad Boy is a quality tough brand.
These Fight tops are built with heavy duty lycra for freedom and vented side panels.
To top off the MMA athletic gear, Sprawl has some things to sport their logo.
There is the black acrylic beanie with the embroidered SPRAWL Icon Logo and the Sprawl MMA hat.
Rounding out their line is t-shirts. They have a quality line of
t-shirts. These shirts are not for grappling, but for looking good and
flying the brand.
Both are great if you support the SPRAWL brand.
The SPRAWL Performance Tees are designed to keep you cool. It is a
dri-fit shirt with a little bit of stretch. You can wear the shirt for
grappling, sparring, under gis, running and all manner of cross
They will not hold up like a grappling shirt however. They
are also worn as a causal shirt as are many dri-fit shirts these days.