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i'm 5'9" 130ish and bought a small. Arc'teryx can be so hit or miss with sizing but this tank is a gem. The fabric is so comfortable. I'm grateful for a longer shirt inseam from them finally (though it's still tailored a *tiny* baggy through the waist--I don't understand the logic of this, but at least Arcteryx is generally getting better about this silly problem for performance/active wear--even shorter people need more inseam length than what's been provided from the arcteryx norm)
This is great. Smart & aesthetic design. I have a tall torso (i'm 5'9" and got a M) & it doesn't ride up badly. I'm pleased with the blue and will probably buy one in black because I use it enough and it's so hard to find good tanks (compression no less) that are long enough. This company really seems responsive to improving design each generation; they're pretty 'with it'
I am 5'9" and about 133lbs. Initially bought a Large. Returned for a Small and I'm very pleased now.
I also own the skins in a M (they're a little longer and more supportive in the ankle). Both the Skins and Garneau were worth the investment. Awesome for road trips too. If you love your friends and family, you'll spread the word. They're wonderful enough that I bought a pair for my favorite friend's bday :-) (Garneau over skins because they're a little smoother to layer under jeans and she works her ass off training show horses).
These pants are a lifestyle thing... I love them for the support while I exercise, and for improved recovery. They have decreased my knee issues.
I did my research and couldn't unwrap this fast enough when I got it. I put it on right away and i've been very happy with the value i'm getting out of it ever since.
Torso garment length wasn't a redic issue here like it often can be, hallelujah . I'm 5'9" and bought M blue. It stays in place, is snug enough and is comfortable, but i'll probably add a small to my closet in the future for even more compression with out feeling like sausage like or pinched in the pits.
The subtle/comfy back support was a really nice surprise. Nice design, nice materials; these people are doing their jobs and I appreciate it