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36F here. This is a solid sports bra at a great price. There's a little room to spare in the cup, but this doesn't cause significant bounce. I use this bra running and it's great. I've only had it for a month, so I can't speak to its long term durability, but I've taken it on ~10 runs so far and seen no significant change in the bra. My only complaint is that the bra goes so high up the chest that few of my running shirts have a neckline high enough to cover it. Very minor wardrobe woe that will inevitably lead to me buying a few new shirts.
I usually wears 38DD, or 40D, since the did not have those sizes i ordered mine in 36F. It fits but i just wished it will hug me tighter. I am on a weight loss journey and fear that it will be too lose once I lose the weight around my chest. Pros: They are very comfortable and breathable. The twins don't bounce much but there is still some movement up there. I wore them to my spinning class and we do push ups on the bike, and this bra kept the ladies in place and out of the way. I had them during my socca class as well and was very comfortable jumping. Cons: Give me the conic bonnet look that people used to wear in the 60's or 70's
I’m sure it’s a great bra, but the band was super small on me so I returned it. I’m normally a 36 DD. So I ordered the 36DD and there was a good 5-inch gap where it wouldn’t even reach to close. I’d say order a little bit larger. I wound up getting another bra from the same company with the band size larger and it fit great.
This bra is exactly as it was described. Great for medium impact activities. I am I currently breastfeeding and trying to loose the baby weight. I am a 36F. This bra won't really provide enough support for high impact activities but it great for the slow jogging and Pilates I am doing. The band doesn't stretch so if you are used to buying a bra with a stretchy band (like I was), you probably need to size up in the band size. The cup size was dead on for me though. It has great coverage but not much padding I will have to wear nursing pads with it anyways though.
I will be honest, at first I thought I had bought one too small because it was a bit tough trying to get on. However, after I figured out the best method of getting it on, I was really impressed how well it controlled bounce for someone large chested. I have tried a couple expensive work out bras and I honestly like this one the best
I do feel like you can't wear it under thin fabric, the lines on the cups are pretty noticeable. Normally, I don't care but being in a small town I see my students and its awkward when they want to visit.
This fits great and keeps bouncing under control. The only thing i just don't like is the strange modesty panel. It's not necessary. It's uncomfortable and looks strange under my tanks. Yes, I have boobs. Yes, I have clevage. If i want to hide it (which I don't) I'll wear a t-shirt with a higher neckline, my bra doesn't need to hide it. It's a thick mesh and doesn't breathe very well.
A good sports bra is tough to find in my size. Stores just don't carry it. Most of the bras look awful, or are so complicated to get into that why bother? This looks pretty good, fits well, supports correctly. I liked it enough that I bought a second.
This did NOT suit my need for a lower-cost, high-impact sports bra but it's comfortable enough to wear when I'm not working out. As shown in the photo, it's very high cut, so it's definitely best worn under a full-coverage tee shirt. If you're looking for something to seriously hold the girls in place, you're going to have to spend a bit more money than this.