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2XU Active Tri Singlet Tank Top - Built-In Shelf Bra (For Women)

Closeouts. Designed for long days of running in the sun, 2XU's Active Tri singlet tank top delivers maximum breathability and moisture control with its SBR MESH fabric.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Reviewer in Pgh from PA on Thursday, February 19, 2015
    Well made but Australian sizing appears to be at least a full size smaller than typical US sizing.
    Order at least a size up!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by suzanna from Colorado on Monday, September 8, 2014
    I had previously purchased this exact same tri top in a size medium/black and it is great, so I decided to get another in white for hotter days. Basically the same size and I could barely get it on, it was so tight. The white fabric was so thin it was almost see through. I love the one I purchased earlier but I had to send this one back.
  • Reviewed by Micah from New Mexico on Sunday, January 19, 2014
    There are several things about this top that just does not work. I bought this last tri season with the intention to use it during my next race. The shirt rides up really bad when running, and is not flexible at all. Under the arms, the stitching is very abrasive and rubs. I do not recommend this top.
  • Reviewed by Erin from New Orleans on Thursday, March 21, 2013
    I originally got this top for a competition but on a side note the UX2 Active Shorts didn't match, most likely due to the SPF 50 in the shorts. I'm so glad I returned it! If the colors had matched, I probably would have kept it. The arm holes were abrasive under my arms and back but I felt that it would get better once it had been broken in. I felt that because it was so form fitting, the abrasiveness was inevitable. I was wrong! I switched out to the UX2 Compression line and the top is so much better! So comfortable and yet taught against my skin. Yes the Compression line is more expensive but it'll be worth the cost especially since the Active line would probably have caused rug burn during my race.
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