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This reminds me of the run first base tank except that the material is different. Seems to have a similar cut.
Refresh Tank looks very similar to First Base Tank
Good point. I was thinking it looks familiar.
the first base tank is one of my favorites I prefer it to the CRB. Is it luon light like the first base?If this one is similar and comes in great colors I will be sure to grab a few.M
hate the hemline!!!!!!! super curved baseball hems unflatering on all but one body shape: the perfect hourglass all other shapes look fug in this hemline!!!!!! not my opinion: FACT!!!!
Am i the only one who likes slightly looser-fitting tanks when it's in the 90s? i wore a CRB for my run this morning (heat index was 88) and couldn't stand having the fabric against my back. I don't like the super flowy ones, but would prefer ones that don't hug the body so much.
@ anon 9:31 am - you are not alone in that. However, I have a couple of CRBs made of different material - circle mesh and the Mod Waves version that has a light luon front and a mesh back that are ok for hotter weather since the mesh is so breezy. I typically do not wear CRBs for running in hotter weather since I find them too warm. One tank you might want to try, if you haven't already, is the Runner Up or, if you buy older lulu from the boards and eBay, the Energy SL tank. Silverescent tanks are a nice bet and I always like the Swiftly tanks even though they do ride up. My favorites are probably the ones made with mesh - like Mod Waves CRB and the Right Round tank, which is a cycling tank but it has a light luxtreme front and mesh back.
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@Anon 9:31- I'm right there with you. I actually really like Athleta's Chi tanks because they are body skimming through the chest and then they are a little looser around the midsection and hip. The extra room in the hip area keeps the top from riding up while I run, and it also gives a little air flow. I can't run in CRB or Swiftlies...they're up around my belly button after 3 strides. I do run in the 105 tank, but in hot weather the silver fabric style gets soggy and droops a LOT. When it gets super sweaty, the neckline ends up below my sports bra (literally!), and I sized down. So....yeah. I don't run in LLL tops very often, come to think of it. I have a couple of Under Armor tanks and some Splits 59 singlets I that are my go-tos. I don't like extra seams that can rub- just basic and super light fabric is all I want. So- You're not alone. I wish that LLL would make a circle mesh tank using the Athleta Chi tank pattern. That would be heaven.
@anon 9:31, I can't run or work out in CRBs either, too hot. If you want to stick with lulu, the Rest Less tank is a possible option - built-in bra, loose/flowy on bottom, but with a drawstring so that you can adjust the bottom. I mainly run in the 105 singlet in summer. Unlike @anon 4:19, I don't find that it sags a lot (I actually kind of wish it would sag a little more!), but I did size down. I like the Athleta Chi tanks as well.
I can't run in the CRB either whether it's hot or cold. The 105f singlet works ok, but my go to is a top that came out a couple seasons ago that had mesh on the back is made with the silverscent material. I wish I could remember it's name.M
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