Saturday, January 2, 2010

All Out Tank, Hot Class Tank, & New Pics of No Limit Tank

All Out Tank?
The Portland FB page has some photos up of new tanks. There wasn't any identification on this tank but there is speculation this is the All Out Tank. It looks interesting but a bit fussy in the cup area for my tastes. I'm thinking I'm not going to fit this one right - the cups look on the small side but I'll give it a try. It also looks like there is some sort of adjustable strap under the boobs. Why you would need that is beyond me. I like the thin racer back and the mesh panel in back. I'll have to try this on and report back.

There are some great photos of the No Limits Tank I bought back in early September. I just love wearing this tank when it's hot out.  I wore it to spin class this summer and felt so free.  It shows a little skin at the sides but I'm able to cover most of it upwith the strap of my heart rate monitor. I love that this tank is so different looking - very fashion forward yet you can sweat in it. I was hoping it would come out in different color combinations but it's the same as was released in September.

No Limit Tank Product Features:
- Push yourself to the limit in circuit class without breaking a sweat!
- 2 in 1 Tank - Luon bra that offers low/moderate support, loose circle mesh outer layer offers coverage and max airflow
- Wide waistband for comfort and fit
- Chafe resistant, flat-seamed
- $58 (when I bought it in September)

The last new tank is the Hot Class Tank. The top part looks very similar to the Bulerias tank but the bottom looks a bit flow-ier. I wonder if the material is that new luon sheer jersey the Sheer Delight Tunic is made of. One of the issues with the Bulerias is some people (those of us not built like twigs) found the bottom portion poofed out and made them look fat in the middle. My problem with the Bulerias was the top was cut too shallow for large breasted women.

Hot Class Tank

Bulerias in real life - too short in the boobs and poofs out over the belly 
Hmmm, I'm looking forward to trying these on. I'm hoping to visit my stores tomorrow or early next week.

PS - Here is another photo of the Cocoon Wrap in real life. She is a 4/6 and the Wrap is a 2. The jacket looks fine from the back view. However, this woman has a very nice shape under the wrap but this jacket makes her look huge through the shoulders and chest. The cut accentuates all the wrong things.