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The women's Janji Runterra tank top is an unfussy, everyday active performance top with enhanced thermal regulation and odor control, thanks to embedded volcanic particles within the fabric.

  • Features

    • Made from long-staple, U.S.-grown Supima® cotton for superior softness, strength and durability
    • Blended with 37.5® tech polyester, which uses the natural benefits of microscopic volcanic ash to enhance thermal, vapor and odor regulation for comfort during activity
    • Easy to wear, casual cut with a low-profile, self-fabric collar and arm binding
    • Shoulder seams are rolled back off the top of the shoulders for ergonomic comfort
    • An elastic locker loop is integrated into the back neck tape for easy hanging
    • Shrinkage is natural—this top is made from 70% natural fibers and is not preshrunk, so some shrinkage may occur
    • OEKO-TEX® certified fabric
    • Majority of fabric is made from renewable materials
    • Janji donates 2% of proceeds to nonprofit organizations working on viable clean-water projects around the world
    • Each season, Janji chooses a new country to feature, collaborating with local artists on original prints and graphics, and donating to a clean-water nonprofit in that country

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Running

    Fabric

    70% cotton/30% polyester

    Moisture Wicking

    Yes

    Quick Drying

    Yes

    Sleeve Length

    Sleeveless

    Gender

    Women's

  • Size Chart

    XS S M L XL
    Chest 30-35 34-37 36-40 38-42 41-45
    Waist 23-26 25-28 28-30 30-33 33-35
    Inseam 24 24 24 24 24

    Sizing Notes

    Measurements are stated in inches unless otherwise indicated.

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