Rated 4 out of 5Â by 128
Rated 2 out of 5Â by coach38DD digs into my shoulders as the day goes on!
I am a 38DD-40DD and a PE teacher, so pretty active. The cup design is good for separation and the materials are nice. However, as the day goes on, the straps that criss-cross over my neck just DIG IN ... really uncomfortable!
December 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by swampsister My favorite go to bra - have 5 now
This bra is so darn comfortable it is worth the struggle to get into it. That is my only complaint - the snaps in the back can be a challenge at first, but after a few times it gets easy and thank goodness for that because this bra is so comfortable for daily wear that I use it for daily hiking excursions when you may end up in the same bra for days. So comfortable I can sleep in it.
That being said, for a DD there is really not enough support for high impact activities, I would not jog or do aerobics in this - too much bounce, but for everything else my go to bra. Just hope they don't quit making this style.
For me it is true to size. The straps fit in a little closer to your neck than a conventional bra, so is not great for all styles of shirt if that is an issue for you.
February 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by running Excellent support!
This product is a challenge to get in and out of, but I love it!!
I am not smashed together and I still have excellent support. I am limited in my flexibility to hook bras behind my back once they are on. So, I just slip the item all the way over me and hook it. Then I am able to slip my arms in and bring it up.
As far as getting it off, I am able to unhook it with one hand.
It is worth the extra effort! I love this support so much more than any other athletic support bra I have used!!!!!!!!
March 1, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5Â by RN2BE Who Came Up With That Back???
The racerback with hook closure back seems to be a new trend in sports bras. It seems to be a trend developed by men. This bra was ridiculously difficult to get on. Like one reviewer said, it's a workout in and of itself. But while it's on, it's super supportive (beware the nips though, no padding whatsoever). I wore it for running. I felt it fit true to size, and even minimized (which I think is a bonus). Getting this thing off is even harder then getting it on. I found that flipping the cups inside out and up before doing the bra removal dance (required) minimized being choked by the underwire catching at your throat. There has GOT to be a better design for this bra. Heck, if they put a zipper down the front of this bra instead of the joke of a back they have on it, I'd buy 10 of them.
March 15, 2013