This is probably the fourth or fifth one I've owned, if that tells you anything about my feelings regarding this style. It's an overall great sports bra and I've used it for hiking, biking, dancing, yoga, the gym. I've never had a complaint about what I could or could not do. And the variety of color definitely makes it feel ... less like a boring sports bra. Getting this in Tie Dye Pink really made my day.
This is the first in a 34H after much research to decide my new size. I think the fit of this bra is perfect and I really couldn't ask for it to fit any better. The gore has never laid flat in any model I've owned. I don't know if it's because of my breast tissue/placement (my breasts are not close set, the tissue is soft and maleable) but it doesn't bother me nor does it feel any less secure since the material of the cups and the bra as a whole come up high.
The straps are comfortable where they sit and I love how they are thick and padded. There's no cutting into my shoulders. Wearing it in the racerback style does bring the straps a little too harsh into my underarms, but with some adjustment it isn't the worst. Turning it to racerback assists in keeping my breasts as stationary as we can ever expect them to be at this size.
The band feels fairly true to size. Normally, I will wear a 32 in regular bras for the support I need, but because I've noticed that Panache Sport runs a little tight and has overall more structural integrity, the 34 is the better option and I know that the 32 would have been uncomfortably tight for a few weeks until it stretched out a little more.
If you've never had this bra before, the best way to decide your size is to either try them on, or look at the measurements. I wear a 32KK in Ewa Michalak, yet comfortably fit in this 34H. I compared the measurements of my best fitting bra with a few different sizes of this model to decide which was the closest and had the best chance of fitting. And I did not regret a thing.
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