The surprise of the day was how much I liked the Right Round tank. It's all mesh in the back and at the top of the chest - so it'll be awesome for spin class (I want to try it running, too). I really liked the longer curved hem in the front and back - I thought it's a flattering look, especially from behind. I also like that you can wear your own bra underneath and this is a tank bustier women should definitely check out. I ended up getting the Alberta Lake green and black version, mostly because this is the new color and I don't care for the others as much. I happened to be wearing a Ta Ta Tamer with crossed straps when I tried it on and you can see a little of the straps through the window in the back. I have a couple of other bras I'd like to try this with to see which one works best. I have made a date with myself to debut this tank at spin class on Friday. If you spin, you definitely want to check this tank out. I thought this tank ran TTS and I would say the model in the photo is what a TTS fit looks like.
Push UR Limits tank. The straps are more comfortable the the Push, though. The tank is comfortable but I am not a fan of the high neck on me. I like that lululemon has made the body of the tank on the loose side. I think that was/is one of the main complaints with the Push and previous luxtreme tanks - the tight tummy portions of those tanks ruled out people who didn't want to have the thin, shiny luxtreme highlight every ripple and bump in their midsections. I thought the Heathered Silver Slate added some visual slimming with the black side panels. This tank runs TTS and looks nice on bustier women, as you can see in the Creamsicle photo. It has an adjustable bra inside.
the video of the spin ambassador. (That video really sold the tank to me. I loved seeing it in action.) I ordered this one in two sizes in the Black Swan just to ensure I'd get the one that worked best for me. My store only had this in black but was expecting the Creamsicle and Heathered Silver Slate so I am glad I ordered the Black Swan. I have to say I loved this tank on - loved! The neckline is super flattering and the back is very open and kind of sexy, with the curve at the bottom of the opening. The wide straps also have elastic inside for extra support. The bra is not adjustable. If you are busty you will show some cleavage in this tank. I cannot wait until mine comes in the mail. I took my regular size in this tank. When I sized down the bra was more compressive but then I had armpit fat issues. The midsection is nice and loose and even a bit flappy on the woman in the video. The support is moderate and I'll definitely try this on the spin bike to see how it works for me. However, this is also a great tank for me for my low impact weights workouts. If you are looking for a flattering all around workout tank, definitely check this one out.
|Interior of the crotch area|
|Compared to the Run: Take Flight Bike Short (on the bottom)|
|Gripper "art" on the back half on the leg opening|
All in all, I have to say lululemon did a great job overall with the spin line. I haven't been this excited about new tanks in a long, long time. If you are a spinner you should definitely check out the new stuff.