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Women's Running Tank Top Recommendations

Hi, I am looking for a tank top I can wear while I run that is high-impact and very supportive. I bought a one-off about a year and a half ago by the brand of Onzie. It has a built-in bra, is a cropped tank, and the material is moisture-wicking. I cannot seem to find a replica, and would love to hear about similar recommendations. I am pretty busty, so looking for something that is high-impact is high on my list of needs! I would say I'm a small. 

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Hey @ilexaxel 

Finding a balance between high-impact and built in can be a bit of a challenge, most of what you find with built in is going to be low-impact.

It's been a couple of years since my last half marathon, but I also am a big fan of the high-impact sports bra. Since support is so crucial to running comfort, I have found works best for me is to find a bra that suits my needs and then layer with an unlined running tank.

Here are a couple of bras that I've had a lot of success with;

Hope that helps! Happy Running!

Katie K.

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Thank you so much for your help! I have ordered the Brooks Rebound 🙂

@ilexaxel similar to @REI-KatieK's feedback, I've never had luck with just a tank top by itself - I've always needed a high-impact sports bra first, sometimes coupled with a supportive tank. I'll be following this thread, to see if you get some suggestions I could consider as well!

In terms of my sports bra, I've had good luck with the Brooks Juno bra. 

At REI, we believe time outside is fundamental to a life well lived.

Hi Jen,

Thank you for your help! My best friend's mom speaks very highly of the Brooks Juno. Unfortunately, REI does not have my size in this style, so I ordered the Brooks Rebound as an alternative. Thank you again!