Rated 4 out of 5Â by 128
Rated 5 out of 5Â by stilldancing Keeps on supporting!
I am a 36DD and I have worn this bra for over a year and a half. It provides great shape and continues to support even near the end of a workout. I did have to figure out how to adjust the straps to get it to support an entire 90 min ballet class. The straps have to be a little tight at the beginning, but do loosen slightly as it wicks away the sweat. The three bras that I have are over a year old and the plastic pieces are fine. In fact all three bras are still in great shape and are worn and washed weekly (sometimes twice a week); however, I have never put the bras in the dryer or used fabric softener on them. I just bought 4 more so that I don't have to wash all the time. No bra will remove all of the gravitational pull that happens with a jumping motion; however, these are the best sports bras I have ever worn.
May 17, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Indigo4552 How frustrating!!
I do yoga regularly and I'm decently flexible, but I still couldn't hook this bra. Honestly, I was happy to find a racer back with underwires. I just don't know how people who find this product a success latch the bra. I even tried latching it first the pulling it over my head. That ended badly. I hate to admit defeat but back it goes.
May 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BustyBee sports bra meets street bra
I consider myself a fairly active 36D. I have not found another bra that holds me as well as this one, and gives a nice shape too. I love that it is offered in specific sizes. My one complaint - the mesh material at the top of the cup stretches out pretty quickly - which gives an upper bulge to the breast and you can no longer wear the bra even though functionally, it still supports the breast. I would love to see Champion offer this bra with a seamless cup to avoid this problem.
June 2, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5Â by DoeDoe hard to get on
I personally don't like having to pull the bra over my head then having to hook it. One-or-the-other way to fasten (pull-over OR hook) is how I prefer it. I think this will be annoying having to pull it over my head, hooking it, then spinning it around to put it on. All this manipulation will will wear out the bra faster.
June 7, 2012