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They oughta hand out prizes for this.
- Evaporator treatment enhances the wicking power of the lightweight, stretchy fabric
- Unique padded, adjustable straps convert to cross-back
- Internal shape pockets accommodates soft cup or prosthetic
- Rib-knit band under cups offers support
- Seamless construction means no more chafing
- A portion of benefits from the sale of this bra support the Breast Cancer Fund
- Sizes: S (32C/D-34C); M (34 C/D-36C); L (36C/D-38C); XL (38C/D-40C)
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The fabric is not very breathable but I like the racer back option. The bra comes in some pretty cool colors as well and offers pretty decent support for D & DD cups.
Very nice and comfortable
This bra has a very stretchy, smooth, super comfortable fabric that I loved. It has fairly distinct cups that avoid the complete uniboob look, but still provide some shaping and decent support.
I'm a 32C or a 30D. Size small worked for me, but I had to shorten the straps to their shortest length and it worked best on the tightest hook setting. Even then, it actually gapped very slightly in my underarms. On the bright side, it wasn't constricting under my arms! When I first put it on, I was disappointed to find it rather wrinkled and baggy in the cups, but once I shortened the strap that issue went away. Anyway, once I got the fit adjusted right, I found it to be quite comfortable, gave me a good shape, and definitely solid support for medium impact activity. I felt like I could even run in it in a pinch, though I do prefer a bit more support for running.
The straps are definitely much thicker than in the picture. It has a pretty thick gel-filled section on top of your shoulders, which did create a subtle bump under clothing. Very comfy but maybe overkill? The back straps are probably an inch thick and the adjusty hooky bits are metal. It converts to an X-back (with some effort; it wasn't easy to get the hooks out of the loop). The X-back configuration can provide even more support and lifting/shaping. Unfortunately, I had to let the straps out so much that the big lump where the strap passes through that metal adjusty thingy was right under the corner of my shoulder blade, which ended up being pretty uncomfortable. The straps felt extremely secure even when not on the X-back configuration, though, so you wouldn't need the X back unless you couldn't get the straps short enough otherwise.
It's fairly high-necked, more so I think than you might expect from the picture. Looks weird under a scoop neck.
Overall, I really like the feeling of this bra: really non-constricting, light, comfortable support that didn't make me feel crushed or squished. I'm not thrilled about some bulky parts of the straps but other than that I love it.