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Water resistant t-shirt?

I tend to board without a jacket a lot especially here on the westcoast where it is typically mild during the days. The bottom of my shirt usually gets wet/frozen or gets a nice build up of ice. Is there any t-shirt or long sleeve shirt that water resistant? I'm assuming water proof would be really shitty to wear against my skin.
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o_o........ you damn west coasters...

wear a softshell :P... or quit falling. double :P

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o_o........ you damn west coasters...

wear a softshell :P... or quit falling. double :P
I knew the quit falling response was coming. I'm not falling, not well that much. It's one in a while when something unexpected happens and I have to put a hand down. The shirt ends up catching spray. Softshells look lame.
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thin hoodie?
or a baselayer shirt
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Grab a shirt and wash and spray it in Nikwax?
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I have the Burton Tech Polo and Burton Tech long sleeve tee, they are both great for warmer days and I have not had any problems with them getting wet.

Burton Tech Polo | Burton Snowboards


Burton Tech Long Sleeve Tee | Burton Snowboards
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I have the Burton Tech Polo and Burton Tech long sleeve tee, they are both great for warmer days and I have not had any problems with them getting wet.

Burton Tech Polo | Burton Snowboards


Burton Tech Long Sleeve Tee | Burton Snowboards
Cool thanks for this. How does the long sleeve fit? Someone said a medium was huge in a review i read.
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quit falling and you wont have a problem
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Oh... I meant a soft shell hoody... like yeah they look like regular hoodies... hahaha

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volcom has a flannel looking shirt that looks like it would repel water pretty decently. I think its called the "western shirt"
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