Rated 3.2 out of 5Â by 25
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Monasax Way too small!
I usually wear 36DDD, but it was so small I had to send it back for a 38DDD. Luckily, I lost a little weight. Having noted the foregoing, it is supportive and pretty.
May 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Chris100 Wow, it really works
I'm a 38 DD. I've been doubling up on compression sports bras or years and have the racerback tan to prove it. I was looking for new sports bras and googled somthing like best compression bras for large sizes. This site came up along with a lot of others whose bras looked, well, intimidating, hot and very restrictive. So I took a chance and ordered this bra, expecting to have to layer.
It works! The fit is snug, like my compression bras. But the clasp makes it easy to put on, instead of the contortions I go through w/ my over the head bras. The double layers of the single bra hold me in tight, even tighter than my two bra method. And the straps are set close enough in that there is no way they will slip, but now I can work on filling in that pale T spot in the middle of my back. I just wish they came in solid white and beige, too. I often wear my sports bras (as opposed to my poking underwire ones) under my casual clothes and the bold trim on the white bra will show through my lighter tshirts.
June 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by AllMyLife Great fit
40DDD gives full coverage and lifts weight up off the rib cage with extreme comfort. I have not yet worn to jog so can't comment on stability support.
July 21, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Helpmefindsupport I wanted to be thrilled!
I was excited for this bra! I often wear two sports bras and this seemed like the solution. However, it is tiny, I spill out of the sides although the cup area is large for a D (too much material there, coupled with not enough on the sides and it creates a perky uni-boob effect.) And, it is almost impossible for one person to put on by themselves. I slipped it on and did some inside out and backwards trick, but it is much easier if you have someone there to clasp and tighten the straps since the straps need to be loose at first otherwise you cannot get it over your head. I wore it for a 5K and it was ok, but I have had better support. I will keep it since it is my only racerback, but If only they could make the side coverage better and adjust the way you put it on (not a pull over), I really think it could be a good bra since it does provide the cleavage coverage that many sports bras do not.
August 24, 2013