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Girlfriend Collective
Bike Unitard - Women's

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$54.57 - $77.95
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Why We Like the Bike Unitard

Simple style and easy comfort combine in the Bike Unitard from Girlfriend Collective. Crafted from a stretchy recycled fabric, this one-piece offers a soft yet sturdy compressive fit and a built-in bra to provide the support we want throughout the day.


  • Easygoing bike-style unitard made for comfort and support
  • Stretchy blend made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Compressive fabric provides a form-fitting design
  • Deep scoop back and built-in bra provide support in action
  • Item #GFC000E
Responsible Collection
79% recycled plastic bottles (RPET), 21% spandex

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

June 1, 2023

Cute and comfortable

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
5' 7"

I've been looking for a bodysuit to wear hiking and I think I've struck gold. It offers slight compression, but it's not cutting off blood flow anywhere. I took a gamble by getting an xl because my waist is 39" and my hips are 45" and no larger sizes were available. I typically wear size 16/18 in jeans and dresses. I like the low scoop back and the built in bra. If you have a large chest, the straps might make your shoulders ache after a while because there isnt a typical bra band to distribute the weight in the back. It's not supportive enough to run in for my dd chest, but for fast hiking or other sports it'll do the trick. It leaves nothing to the imagination, so keep a flannel or a jacket with you if you're more of a modest dresser. My only gripe so far is that I wish it was offered on backcountry in lighter colors and more sizes.

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Lauren S