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Pursue your running ideal in the profound comfort of the ASICS TI Singlet. Created with superior lightweight breathable material and a fit to match your tenacity, this singlet will let you run as you were born to.


  • Orange (27)
  • White (01)


  • Ultra lightweight, breathable, hexagon mesh material with rapid moisture-wicking properties 
  • Welded seam construction for next to skin comfort and to prevent chafing
  • ASICS stripe graphic adds an element of speed
  • Reflective details for increased visibility


  • Main Body (100% Polyester), a highly breathable and lightweight mesh fabric with inherent stretch and moisture-wicking properties to aid in temperature control and dryness as you run

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Compression
  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick

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Customer Reviews

Comments: Extremely light material. It does not wick moisture away very well. Material sticks to you. Though was not an encumbrance. Do not wash this in a washer and place in a dryer! With all running apparel, if you want it to last, Hand wash it and hang dry. Definitely would purchase again and DO recommend it.
From: Eric, Walnut, CA, USA. December 25th 2014

Comments: Running in the non-winter months in Houston, I have learned to appreciate a good singlet. This singlet is good, but not any better than one that is half the price. It does not wick moisture better than cheaper versions. I don't have problems with chaffing, so I cannot attest for the benefits of the welded seams versus sewn ones. Also, don't make the mistake I did and forget not to put it in the dryer. The welded seams came apart. I got about 6 wears out of this. (only $10 per use!)
From: Vence, Houston, TX, USA. October 14th 2014