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Hasn't set fit

I tried a crap ton of sports bras recently, and this one and the Fit Fully Yours (FFY) were the two winners, each with redeeming features.

Like the majority (read: all but the FFY) sports bras I tried that day, I had to size up to a 32 or 34 band. This one was 32DD but in retrospect, I probably should have tried the 32E, as I had a little more side boob visible in this one than I did with the FFY.

The straps, as is, were fine and fit better than the FFY, but the J hook was fixed and not as comfortable, as it felt like it was pressing on my shoulder blades. I'd be curious to see if it was better in the cup size up.

I do not own this, however I wanted a record of the and review for later purposes, and to support the site.

I think that I might prefer to get one used, if at all, because of the not 100% fit.

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Updated on May 02, 2018 Flag this

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    I have Panache sport in 32DD, 30E, 30F and fake one in 32E. I must say the 30F is best one, it’s snug but not too tight. The 32DD and 30E are definitely too small but I don’t feel any discomfort when using them . I just get little quadboibs over the cups. Definitely is the best bra for exercising, my boobs are painful if I use tops like Nike, Adidas or poorly reducing bouncing. These panache are amazing .

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    I love Panache sport bras even though they don’t make my size. I still use them, that’s how well they work! 😀

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    explain Sovavosi ! i was just double-checking - i can still fit a 32JJ in some panache, but i'm huge. I just bought another decent exposures bra, first bra I've had in ages (I do have bra-shirts, one of which i'm wearing now, which I use for low impact workouts/yoga) and honestly, i dont do high energy stuff, so its enough, but i did wonder if there is anything i can fit in to

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    Well they don’t make my band or cup size so I’m wearing a 32HH. The cups are too tall but the bottom and wires are just fine. I have it hooked on the tightest hook, and the bra still manages to keep my boobs separated and it wicks sweat really well. It doesn’t seem to shimmy up my back that much despite it being 2 band sizes too big. I just use a rowing machine and some weight lifting. I don’t know how well it’d work for high impact because of the band being too big.

    How is Decent Exposures for yoga? I was thinking about trying it.

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    Closest I see on amazon would be a 34J, which is close. hmm.

    I love Decent Exposure, I wore them for years, but I wear them smaller than recommended, so they act like a compression bra. I like the lined lycra. I have a long-sleeved velour bra shirt I bought for doing yoga in the winter, and its a tad small (but i think it managed to stretch some?) and I like it. I do yoga at home tho!

    Weird, I never entered the larger one. I think the one I wear now is a 30 G and its pink. this one is older; 30F - Decent Exposures » Cami-bra Scoop Back (410) . the bra I ordered was a racer-back lined lycra in 31 I, i think

  • I like Panache for medium and low impact, as the sizing isn’t quite right for me (currently sort of 32HH). For higher impact I’d probably squeeze myself into an Enell and cross my fingers. Actually had found a soft cup sports bra with separation that worked surprisingly well and looked like a real bra, but am sized out now (Glamorise). The J hook on Panache has never worked for me, as it makes me feel like my own boobs are suffocating me. I think it would work for smaller cup sizes though (and more slanted shoulders?).

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