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    Default Rash shirt

    Sorry to start a thread! Need to ask a quick question and couldn't find an answer searching.

    I've been looking all over town but can't find a long sleeve rash shirt (for swimming) winters really hit and DS only has a short sleeve one. I don't have a lot of options for a long sleeve around here. Especially around here there is no one that sells any thy I've found! Not this time of year.

    I really don't want to pay a fortune for it either.
    Happy to buy online but don't want to pay a fortune.

    Thanks!

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    My nephew has one. I think it's from the Coles with clothing section (mix??)

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    Oh thanks! I will get my mum to look, she works at Coles!

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    I just bought a few new quicksilver ones for DS, I've always bought this brand and he grows out of them before I ever have to throw them out!
    https://www.quiksilver.com.au/boys-2...default=235097

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    Thanks Elijahs Mum, I was hoping not to spend too much but I can justify it if I get a lot of use out of it. DS is barely a size 2 so would get a fair bit of use (I'd probably use it when it warms up too)
    Now to convince DF that it's worth it lol

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    Cotton on kids has rashies.

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    I'll have a look online. We only have a little corner for cotton on kids in our local store and they have nothing.

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    Not sure if they have long sleeved ones but target clearance online still had some bathers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Thanks Elijahs Mum, I was hoping not to spend too much but I can justify it if I get a lot of use out of it. DS is barely a size 2 so would get a fair bit of use (I'd probably use it when it warms up too)
    Now to convince DF that it's worth it lol
    I get DS 2 sizes too big and just roll up the sleeves, I easily get 2 years out of them!

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