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Men's Running Tanks

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Made with breathable, sweat-wicking materials, our men’s running singlets and tank tops are a running essential whatever the weather. Keeping you dry, cool and comfortable so you can focus on the goal ahead, our running tank tops move with you for zero-distractions.

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    Men’s Running Tank Tops & Vests

    Our men’s running tank tops are a running essential; perfect for those summer runs or for layering during winter treks. They’re designed to keep you cool and comfortable so you can focus on crossing the finish line.

    What makes a running tank a running essential? They’re crafted with lightweight and sweat-wicking materials to combat heat and moisture, feature a slim fit design to move with you, seamless construction for zero distractions and added ventilation panels to keep you cool.

    Styling running tank tops

    Style running tank tops by pairing with running shorts and your fave running shoes. Layer with a technical pullover on cooler days.

    How should a running tank top fit?

    A running tank should fit closer to you than a regular top to maximise aerodynamics while running. Our slim fit designs allow for the perfect fit.

    Is it good to run in a tank top?

    If specifically designed for physical activity, such as running, a tank top is great to run in. They allow you to run freely and keep you at a comfortable temperature. Running tank tops are designed with features that help absorb moisture too. A regular tank top, however, might hold onto moisture too much.

    Running singlet vs running tanks

    A running singlet is an all-in-one piece of clothing, designed specifically for running. It covers the torso down to about mid-thigh length. They’re typically made from lycra. A running tank top, however, only covers your torso, so you need to wear bottoms. A running singlet is always tight-fitting, but a running tank can be both figure-hugging and looser.