“Experienced as HELL” Womens Racerback Tank in Cobalt Blue (Copy)

$20.00

  • Womens Racerback Tank
  • Resilient tri-blend fabric keeps its shape and holds a nice drape
  • Awesome blue color helps you feel and look cool during strenuous workouts
  • Also comes in Pink and Purple
  • Check out the Experienced as Hell Mens tanks and T-shirts
  • Original trademark slogan
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Womens racerback tank original:  We are experienced as Hell.   Resilient fabric holds up under the stress of repeated workouts and washes, yet remains soft against the skin. The quick-drying tri-blend fabric will keep you look strong and experienced.  Perfect as a Crossfit womens tank, Kettlebell womens tank . . . Hell, its perfect for all strong and aspiring strong women.  Originally designed for masters Crossfit athletes this tank top has proven to be highly popular with anyone who has been around the block at least once.

Our “Experienced as Hell” womens racerback tank is also available in Pink and Purple.

Check out our other colors and designs.  We also have “Experienced as HELL” tanks and shirts for men on the men’s page. The mens Experienced as Hell tanks are made of 100% cotton.  The mens Experienced as Hell shirts are made from the same quick-dry tri-blend fabric as the Experienced as Hell Women’s Tanks.

 

Note:  While we enjoy Crossfit, among other activities, this is not an official Reebok CrossFit womens shirt.  If you are looking for an official Reebok CrossFit womens shirt you can check their website.  Our designs are cooler though and have more class.

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1 review for “Experienced as HELL” Womens Racerback Tank in Cobalt Blue (Copy)

  1. Rated 2 out of 5

    Vygotsky is flipping like a 10 meter diver right along with his acquaintance Dewey. It is remarkable that only those who know virtually nothing about how children learn – isn’t that the point? – determine how to test for what they call &#6&81;success.2#8217; Warning, cheeky moment: The only comparable is the flip I did when Diane R. rejected the dark side.

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