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TYR Competitor Tri Tank Top - Women's

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$17.95 $59.99

Item #TYR003U

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Tech Specs

Material:
80% nylon, 20% spandex
Fit:
regular
Zip:
yes, 10in
UPF Rating:
50+
Pockets:
1 back
Recommended Use:
triathlon

Queue up the Victory Music.

Race organizers don't call triathlons a competition for no particular reason at all, but it would be most beneficial if you weren't exactly racing to the finish line for the sake of tri-attire removal. However, ready yourself, because there's a new sheriff in town and it's the TYR's Competitor Tank Top.

Now, the Competitor Tri Tank Top is designed to dominate all three disciplines, and proper performance fabric makes this endeavor absolutely possible. In turn, this lightweight, breathable, and stretch fabric molds to the contours of your body, minimizing drag during the swim and promoting unencumbered mobility as you run. Not only that, but it's also quick drying so you won't remain soggy during the bike leg.

Additionally, the Competitor is equipped with a UPF rating of 50+, which means that it will help to keep your core shielded from the sun's rays. Once dry, the tank top wicks moisture away from your skin to keep you comfortable and chafe-free. Meanwhile, the bra insert is constructed from lightweight and breathable mesh, though it's most suitable for most women up to a B cup. If you'd prefer additional support, the tank may be worn over the Competitor Support Bra.

  • A tank that puts speed at the forefront of your race
  • Performance fabric is fast-drying and manages moisture
  • UPF 50+ rating offers protection from sun's rays
  • Bra insert offers subtle support
  • Back pocket accommodates necessities

Good support

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

This top has the best support I’ve experienced in a tri top. The zipper provides nice venting. The bra is built in but is much better than the built in shelf bras. I swam and ran 3 in it- I think with longer distances I will need some body glide around the arm holes as there is a weird seam in the piping. Would definitely recommend sizing up. I’m a 38B and generally wear a 12, sometimes a 10, and the XL fits well. It also has some good length so will provide decent coverage for my back on the bike.

Good support

TYR

Women's Triathlon Apparel
 XSSMLXL
Chest 30 - 31.5in
(76.2 - 80cm)
32 - 33.5in
(81.3 - 85.1cm)
34 - 35.5in
(86.4 - 90.2cm)
36 - 37.5in
(91.4 - 95.2cm)
38 - 39.5in
(96.5 - 100.3cm)
Waist 24 - 25in
(61 - 63.5cm)
25.5 - 27in
(64.8 - 68.6cm)
27.5 - 29in
(69.8 - 73.7cm)
29.5 - 31in
(74.9 - 78.7cm)
31.5 - 32.5in
(80 - 82.5cm)
Hip 33 - 34.5in
(83.8 - 87.6cm)
35 - 36.5in
(88.9 - 92.7cm)
37 - 38.5in
(94 - 97.8cm)
39 - 40.5in
(99.1 - 102.9cm)
41 - 42in
(104.1 - 106.7cm)
Torso 57 - 58.5in
(144.8 - 148.6cm)
59 - 60in
(149.9 - 152.4cm)
60.5 - 61.5in
(153.7 - 156.2cm)
62 - 63in
(157.5 - 160cm)
63.5 - 64.5in
(161.3 - 163.8cm)
NOTE: To cater to different needs and budgets, TYR engineers two triathlon lines. Competitor garments offer a compressive fit, while carbon garments offer a super compressive fit for a second-skin feel. You should select your same, standard size for both carbon and competitor garments but expect slightly different fits.
How to Measure:
For best results take measurements over your underwear, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Waist:
Bend to the side and measure around the place where your waist bends, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hip:
Stand with feet together and measure around the fullest part of the hip.
Torso:
With someone's help, run a tape measure full circle from your shoulder at the neck, over the fullest part of your chest, down through the center of your crotch and back up to the starting point.