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And It Gets Even Better.
Whether you're running, cycling, hiking, climbing, or rocking it at the gym, you like to explore your limits, which means you need support you can trust. Good thing you have the Brooks Women's Juno Sports Bra. Brooks updated this best seller with a new, perforated uni-cup design to provide increased breathability and support whether you're matching your friend stride for stride or seeing how many squat jumps you can do in a minute. Front-adjustable straps make it easy to get a custom fit when you're on the move, while ventilation in key sweat areas helps keep you cool from too-warm weight rooms to afternoon hikes. An updated racerback design makes it easier to get the bra on and off, even when your skin is sticky after a hard workout.
- An updated take on Brooks' best-selling sports bra
- Performance fabric wicks sweat and dries quickly
- Perforated unicup design offers support, shape, and breathability
- Increased ventilation in key sweat zones for comfort
- Adjustable bra straps offer a personalized fit
- Updated back design for easier on-and-off
- Adjustable, padded keyhole back closure ensures support
- Item #BRJ002L
- Q & A
Bummed with the Changes
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: 34D
The original, Moving Comfort, Juno Bra was my favorite sports bra in the history of the land. It would not be an exaggeration to say that it changed how I felt about running and being active and empowered me to crush runs with my boobs safely and comfortably supported.
I'd gone through four Juno bras and was time for a replacement. Enter this latest iteration of the Juno Bra, which is now produced by Brooks. I ordered my usual size (both for regular bras, as well as each other Juno: 34D).
The first thing I noticed was that it was easier to put on than my old one (to lift over my head). Okay...this is good, I thought. But, once on, the cups fit far looser than the older version in the same size. Further, the shoulder straps are now thinner (good) but shorter (fine), which left me feeling discombobulated, trying to adjust the straps.
I did like the new narrowness of the chest band in feel, but I worry that it wouldn't hold up for the same support as the width of the older version.
Overall, I'll be exchanging this for a different size, and will have to try out a few to see which fits best. I'll report back once I find out!