What You'll Get
The sailboat was born when a stiff gust billowed through a sailor's unusually baggy skin and sent him skipping like a stone across the Adriatic Sea. Cross the waves in safer, more fashionable threads with today's Groupon: for $20, you get a UPF-40 performance sailing shirt from SailFast (a $45 value). This Groupon is only valid online and doesn't include shipping.
Inspired by the foamy spray and majestic infinity of the ocean, SailFast's casual, "coastal lifestyle" products are designed for the sea, of the sea, and by the sea. Both the men's and women's long-sleeve performance sailing shirts pack in the features (UPF 40 protection, quick-drying HydraTech wicking fabric) and slip on the comfort. Nab the blue/yellow or white/blue grinder style or pick the slightly more ornate reef design in red/blue and red/white.
Sailing isn't a prerequisite to enjoying a SailFast performance shirt—any water sport, from jet skiing to fishing to scuba diving, can benefit from a shirt that swiftly moves moisture from your skin, keeping you high and dry no matter how much surf you eat. As a feel-good perk, SailFast donates 10% of its profits to organizations supporting the fight against leukemia, lymphoma, and other blood cancers.
This Groupon is not valid toward the Leukemia Cup shirts currently on the SailFast site, as they are reserved for the event itself.
- This soft and comfortable fabric naturally wicks moisture away from the body and is antibacterial, meaning it’ll keep you cooler, drier and odor-free while you’re enjoying the waves. – kristin, Windsurfing
- Whether it's beach, board or boat, our customers share a common bond — the experience of having fun on the water. – SailKarma
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 16, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Online only. Shipping not included. Valid for performance shirts only. Not valid for Leukemia Cup shirt. May redeem starting 6/17. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.