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Introducing Badass + Healthy Tank Tops

We know what every woman wants—great-looking athleisure!

Add to your growing repertoire of workout or lounge gear with our just-released fabulous Badass + Healthy tank tops in two different styles: racerback and muscle … since we know you’re probably partial to one or the other like all of our gal pals! Our sporty Badass + Healthy tank tops work for you workout fiends, for the mom who runs her workplace and her household, for the traveler who craves comfort and more.

Both of our new tanks are made from a breathable fabric that works for any season, whether you wear them alone when it’s hot outside this summer or layer them up when the going gets cold.

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Two Sexy Styles to Choose From

Badass + Healthy WHITE MUSCLE TANK  

The white muscle tank is cool, luxuriously soft and roomy. Throw it on over a sports bra or a flirty bralette—make it your own, girl! You can hop from your spin class to your weekly trip to Whole Foods, and look fab doing it.

 Badass + Healthy BLACK RACERBACK TANK

Black Badass + Healthy Tank

Our black racerback tank shows off those shoulders and skims the body nicely so it doesn’t ride up when you’re upside down in your downward dogs. With a versatile style like this, you can wear the top for everything from your hot yoga class to a date with your couch and Netflix movie.

Be proud of your Badass + Healthy self! Shop our new Badass + Healthy tank tops here!

Now, Wear It Your Way and Take a Selfie!

Post a pic of yourself wearing your B+H tank on Instagram and tag us @badasshealthy, and don't forget to use hashtags #badassandhealthy and #mybadasstank. Happy wearing!

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