The Women's Arc'Teryx Operative Tank stays snug against your body even in the most rigorous yoga positions.
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I am amazed that anyone likes this top. I don't like the cut, as it is way too wide for me but not long enough in the torso. The overall effect is quite strange. The only purpose I can image for the double layer of cloth is to help reduce the chances of "show-through" with a flimsier sports bra. If I got a size down it would still be too short, although it might look less goofy.
No idea how the 5'9" and 5'11" girls can wear the medium. I am only 5'8" and the large is not long enough for my torso! Maybe everyone else likes to have some exposed midriff? Got this based on all the positive reviews, but really am not happy and will be returning it.
One of her Favorites
Purchased for the Mrs. She loves it. Fits her very nicely. 5'6" 120ish, XS is a great fit for her. Very stlish and unique.
I'm 5'11"/135lbs and bought a medium and it fits well. I wish the bra area didn't have a second layer of fabric because when I go running on a warm day, it's a little warm around the chest region (sports bra and then two layers of fabric = boob sweat!). The cut is pretty fun and not like every other tank you see. For those of you with long torsos, I found the medium to be long enough for me, for what that's worth. This is one of my go-to running tanks on cloudy days...
Ember is the new pink
This shirt looks great on! The styling around the collar gives it a unique looks so I don't feel like I'm a cookie-cutter version of everyone else on the trail. I love the orange color. I only wish it came with a shelf bra instead of the double-layer construction.
I really like this top. You have to wear a sports bra with it but it is really comfy and cute. The extra fabric around the bust is nice because it provides a bit more coverage. The cut is really flattering. I got a M and it fits well on me, I'm 5'9" and 130lb.
5'1" and small chested, XS turned out to be a perfect fit. Great stretch factor in the material as it reforms back to it's contoured shape. As CaliAtHeart mentioned, I'm not too sure about the 2nd layer over the bust area. Overall, it hides bra straps and you can move around comfortably while going about ur routine business or casual sport (ie. golf, climbing, hiking).
I thought the shirt looked cute online, so I ordered it. But after trying it on, all I can say is I do not understand this shirt. It has a second layer over the bust area, but it's not a shelf bra, so what is its function? Also, size yourself according to the sizing chart -- I'm a medium in just about every shirt I own but a medium in this was too big....I'm 5'4" and 135 lbs.
I'm 5'5'' and about 128 lbs. I normally...
I'm 5'5'' and about 128 lbs. I normally would have ordered a small based on the measurements and what I wear, but many of you ladies seem much tinier than myself and ordered an XS. Would you advise I get a medium?
Hi. I own this tank in a size small. I am 5'7" and about 130 lbs with a small chest. The small is just a tad too small for me. Not unwearable, but I should have gone with a medium. It fits perfect in most aspects, but it is about an inch or two too short in length. So perhaps the small would be perfect for you since you're a bit shorter than me. If you're torso is on the longer side I'd go with the medium.
Sweet top - fitted, with a bit of stretch. I'm 5'5 and 103lbs and the XS was just right. Plus you can wear a bra underneath and not worry about your bra straps noodling around for everyone to see.
so cute ..function meets fashion
I love this top. Looks great on..where it for play or dress it up. I ordered xs..I'm 5'1" 107 lbs...perfect fit.
This top looks so cute and people ask me where I got it all the time! I am 5'1" and 115lbs and the XS fits me perfectly, although the S probably would have worked as well.
This shirt is so flattering - I just ordered another similar one by the same brand. Love it.
Great Multi-function Shirt
Comfortable, stretchy, full coverage down while letting your arms free to climb, I love this shirt! Great fabric, no rubbing, another great one by Arc'teryx! I've even worn these to work on casual days with jeans - from the office to the crag! ;o)