Parks Project Mt. Rainier Mod Racerback Tank Top - Women's

PNW life.

Whether you're skipping stones on the Puget Sound with an iced coffee in hand or frolicking through alpine wildflower fields at the base of Tahoma itself, the Parks Project Women's Mt. Rainier Mod Racerback Tank Top consolidates all of the sunny goodness of summers in the Pacific Northwest into an easy-going shirt. Made from a fresh cotton blend with a lived-in feel, this tank drapes against your body for a slimming look and features low-cut armholes to show off your favorite bandeau or strappy bra. Best of all, the Parks Project Mt. Rainier collection benefits urban youth and wilderness education through service learning and stewardship.

  • A casual tank that captures the PNW summer sunshine
  • Made from a soft, comfy cotton blend with a lived-in feel
  • Form-fitting cut drapes against your body for a slim look
  • Low-cut armholes show off strappy bras and summer bandeaus
  • Benefits youth education in urban areas through service learning
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Love Reppin' the PNW

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Small

I love repping where i'm from, so I was super stoked for this casual tank! However, the color is totally off on site. It is definitely not a neon yellow and more so a gold/mustard color, which is fine - it just wasn't what I was expecting. As far as the fit goes, I'd say it's true to size-ish or runs slightly small. I do love the material as it is super comfortable and soft.

Not as pictured at all

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Large

The photos make this look like a heather gray tank with a bright yellow logo, but what I got was a white tank with a mustard brown logo. It is not very attractive, in my opinion. I am normally an M or L in tops, depending on the fit. I went with the L here because I wanted it to be a little loose (I absolutely hate working up a sweat in tight clothes!) Unfortunately the L was super tight and I looked like a little sausage in them. To add insult to injury, the fabric was thin enough to be see-through. I was so excited for all these designs and bought a bunch of their tanks, but all were too small. I might try the XL in some other ones, but definitely not in this design.