Product Profile: SmashGal Black Tribal Skirt & Bright Rose Visor

by: Richard Pagliaro | November 19, 2012

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SmashGal Rose & Black Tribal Skirt with Built-in Shorts
MSRP: $39.00

SmashGal Bright Rose Visor
MSRP: $16.00


Facts: The tribal print skirt is comprised of 92 percent polyester and 8 percent spandex, and features a wider waistband set lower on the waist for a comfortable fit. Built-in black shorts are long enough to provide protection, but short enough that they won’t show. The skirt is available in seven sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 1X, and 2X. The matching visor comes with an adjustable velcro tab in back for a comfortable, secure fit. The SmashGal logo is embroidered on the front, with the brand name embroidered on the side.

SmashGal owner Kelly Parent is a recreational and league tennis player who launched the women’s apparel brand aiming to create affordable, fashionable, and distinctive designs. All SmashGal clothes are made in the U.S. SmashGal will pay shipping cost on product exchanges with a 30-day refund policy for new, unwashed, unworn apparel.

Impressions: Designed by women players for women players, SmashGal's skirts complement the body without constricting. The skirt is light, breathable, and machine washable. A wide range of sizes ensures a fit that will flatter all body types. The built-in black shorts stay in place whether you’re scrambling forward chasing down a drop shot or soaring above court for a smash. The skirt is ideal for recreational or college teams seeking a unique, unified look, and it can be matched with a variety of tops. The black lining inside the visor protects it from sweat stains and make-up marks.

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