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I previously reviewed the 30GG - the 30GG was my first go at this sports bra - so please refer to that review.

I thought that the Inspire had promise so I exchanged my 30GG for a 30G. I was persuaded to order a cup size up initially because everyone says how Bravissimo bras are small in the cup, 30G is actually my regular, go to size in most brands and ranges.

The 30G is a much better fit for me. It's ever so slightly big in the cup towards my underarms - but I get that alot - and I find that I can only just tighten the straps tight enough. I think I probably ought to try a 28 band to bring the underwires away from my back but this band is firm enough on the loosest hook that I don't know if I would comfortably breathe in a 28.

Most importantly the 30G underwires don't dig painfully down into my rib cage. Thank god.

I'm keeping this one. I think it would actually make a pretty awesome everyday bra for women who like to wear a sports bra because their job is active. However it is quite pointy.

I still think the underwires could use some more padding on the inside. And I wish I could tighten the straps.

But I'm keeping it for hiking. It is supportive enough for running and high impact aerobics but I just don't find it as comfortable as my non-underwired Shock Absorber D+ Max Sports bra. Will try modifying it to pad out the underwires from the inside.

This bra is not owned any more

Updated on Jun 07, 2012 Flag this

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