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2016 Running Gear Guide: Women’s Tops

This season’s running tops serve up both smart, multipurpose utility and on-the-move comfort.

$55, Saucony.com

Soft as well-worn cotton but with the sweat-wicking powers of technical nylon, this long-sleeve shirt is the perfect go-between item for fickle spring days with a touch of winter crispness leftover in the air. Its lightweight looseness can also be thrown over a tank top, making it a versatile piece. Another perk: It has thumbholes!



$55, Newbalance.com

A part of New Balance’s Made for Movement (M4M) Collection, this short-sleeve’s seam-free design contours the 
body without restricting movement. The added NB Ice technology also helps keep you cool on hot runs and its super-soft material prevents the fabric from irritating or sticking to your skin.


$58, Lululemon.com

This formfitting T has been a Lululemon staple not only because of its incredible sweat-wicking quality, but also due to its patented Silverescent technology that prevents odor-causing bacteria to stick after multiple wears. Plus, tiny mesh vents that blend into the fabric down the back, under the armpits and along the neckline assist with quick drying and cooling.

$44, Oiselle.com

The high neckline paired with a boxy drape is a modern take on the typical tank that usually has a scooped neck and pinches in at the waist. Both fashionable and functional, this design relieves pressure off the thin straps, allowing the rest of the material to hang straight, loose and light for faster and more dynamic, streamlined movement.


$50, Thenorthface.com

Warmer weather calls for lightweight tanks with plenty of ventilation. The Initiative Tank not only feels weightless, but also has a mesh back panel with a unique keyhole opening for optimum cooling and just the right amount of coverage. Made of recycled polyester, it dries on the run—ideal for long-lasting wear post-workout.

$35, Caliastudio.com

Although this tank opts for a tighter, hug-the-body kind of fit, its side ruching adds a flattering feminine detail that functions as a stretching mechanism for lengthier coverage. The ruching helps keep the fabric from riding up without restricting body movement, and provides a nice slimming effect that doesn’t appear suffocating.

$32, Reebok.com

If you prefer a no-frills racerback tank top that can withstand a lot of movement and sweat, then the One Series Burnout Tank will do the job. The soft jersey fabric with a subtle and sheer camo burnout design is surprisingly durable and doesn’t stretch out after multiple wears. Tip: Because of the low scooped neckline, size up for more chest coverage.

$30, Underarmour.com

This tank has a full mesh back and side panels for ultimate breathability. And it’s made of technical polyester and rayon for added sweat-wicking protection. The material is so light it’s barely noticeable while on—plus the skinny racerback with a keyhole detail is perfect for showing off a strappy bra underneath.