Built specifically to eliminate the chill associated with wet rash guards and loose fit water tees, our Hydrophobic Collection with NanoSphere is both unique and exclusive to Bluesmiths.
Right now, we are launching a new Women’s shirt. It’s called The Lane. The Lane not only breathes incredibly well, but it also stays drier for longer, meaning increased comfort and performance for you both on and off the water.
How is this all possible? It is the result of a partnership between Bluesmiths, the legendary Swiss fabric technologists at Schoeller of Switzerland, our high tech mill and our factory partners in Canada. The key ingredient is NanoSphere, a high tech fabric technology that repels water whilst retaining fabric breathability.
So are these shirts just for ocean sports. Absolutely not. They work great for any sports but excel when exposed to the elements: Stand-up paddling (SUP), Sailing, Windsurfing, Kite-surfing, Fishing, Cycling, Hiking, Fitness & almost anything outdoors.
So thanks to The Lane, not only will you have good sun protection wet and dry (UPF 40), you will also perform better.
Ladies, it might just prove to be the most versatile garment in your wardrobe.
210 paddlers. One 13 year old hydro foiler.
Watch the Bluesmiths Paddle Imua 2017 Film to see how it all unfolded!
Condition: Measure ones body without the weight or bulk of clothes that may affect dimensions.
Height Target: Physical height.
Weight Target: Physical weight.
Chest Target (Men): Chest dimension at widest point, measured over peak of pectoral and lat muscles.
Chest Target (Women): Chest dimension at widest point, on Women usually measured at peak of bust.
Waist Target: Actual true waist dimension (the narrowest part of the torso, above the high hip bone, above where one normally
wears the waist of one's pants).
Full Hip Target: At the widest point of the low hips, at the fullest point of the seat or buttocks.
Inseam Target: With the pant snugged firmly into the crotch, from the center seam of the crotch, measure down along the leg,
past the ankle bone, to the floor, standing with feet at shoulder width.