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Down ‘N Dirty: Tasc’s Street to Studio Tank

Let’s start this review off on a super honest note: I don’t do yoga. Let me rephrase that, I don’t do yoga well. But that hasn’t stopped me from purchasing yoga wear. It’s so comfortable, and it makes me feel like I’m part of something when I walk along the streets of my hometown of Boulder, Colo. Tight-fitting yoga pants, we all have them; but tight-fitting yoga tops aren’t really my style. I’ll take a comfortable flowy top over a form-fitting tank any day—which is why I was pretty stoked to discover Tasc’s Street to Studio Tank. It’s a two-piece design that features a body-hugging tank with a loose-fitting tank overlay. It’s the best of both worlds, and an ideal shirt for sweating it out in yoga class where loose fitting clothing isn’t exactly ideal for the world of Downward Dog. Like most of Tasc’s apparel, the tank is made from a  moisture-wicking blend of bamboo, lycra and cotton, and is incredibly soft and comfortable, but still tough enough to combat odor.

MSRP: $68 |

Pros: This tank top is a great activewear option for women of all different shapes and body types. It hugs the body, which is necessary for some activities, but still maintains a loose and comfortable shape. This shirt also doubles as a great casual and comfortable shirt to wear, even when you’re not on the trails or in the yoga studio.

Cons: I’m not a tall person, and even though  I love that the length of this tank hangs on the longer side, it’s a little too long for my frame. I could turn it into a mini dress, but instead, I’ll just keep wearing it on the treadmill and on the trails, or out among my people on the streets of Boulder.

Where We Took It: The gym and the trails.

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