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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band77.5
Band Length64.5
Stretch ratio1.2
Bust perimeter94.0
Cup width13.5
Cup depth21.0
Depth ratio1.6
Wire length22.0
Cup height0.0
Cup separation2.4
Gore height13.0
Wing height8.4
Strap width2.6
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Edit: Crap! After raving about this bra, I noticed that wearing it has loosened some of the eyes. I'm not sure whether mine is defective or if this is a design flaw. Has this happened to anyone else? I'm going to stitch the eyes back into place so I can continue my efforts to wear this bra forever.

Oh sweet Panache Sport - how long I've dreamed of you! Previously I owned only two sports bras which is far too few based on my lifestyle (yoga and a large dog means I use sports bras every day), and this bra is a most welcome third. In fact, I think every sports bra I buy from now on will be Panache Sport - at least, from the first impression. I haven't actually worn it out yet.

I really, really appreciate that this bra basically blocks my cleavage from the high cut. Other sports bras I own [32D - Under Armour » Women's Armour Bra D Cup (1233077) and 70E - Anita Active » Sports-bra (5527)] show 2-4 inches of breast, and I have no interest showing breasts to others in my yoga studio even though they always seem to be spilling.

The band and cups are snug without digging. The wires are very buried in soft fabric, to the point where it's hard to tell where they start and stop. The shape rocks too!

I'll report back after trying it during yoga, and after running in it with my dog. If it's awesome for both of these things, then I'm probably going to buy several more, and then just live in them. In fact, any time I'm asked by others for things I want based on calendar dates, the default answer will now be "Panache Sport, size 30E, preferably black".

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  • Yep, that has happened to me also. I started wearing the bra with an extender so there was not much damage.

  • Between the amount of space in a home with no yard and my disinterest in engaging in regular running, I'm glad I got a small dog. :P For exercise I actually have stuck with the same ballet barre stuff I was doing back when I took ballet classes and pilates (without the apparatus/machines some pilates involves...) and fast pace walking. My dog doesn't seem to mind the part she gets included in though. :) I am still trying to find a sports bra that I like and don't feel like I'm putting on a straight jacket.

  • Fairy79 - Thanks! I'm glad I'm not alone. It was really unexpected - I've worn and tried on and owned so many bras and this is a first.

    valentine556 - Hah! I actually had zero interest in running until I realised my dog is happiest when we're doing it together. I let her off the leash in empty fields and parks and she goes FAST. Her muscles ripple in the wind. Hope you succeed on your quest! I usually find the opposite - most sports bras I try are too loose. Which is why the loose eyes are so bewildering, because the Panache is a perfect comfortable snugness.

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    As you may have noticed from her picture that's currently my avatar, my dog isn't built for fast or extended running. But she does look hilariously adorable going down the stairs at her top speed, usually with her rawhide chew bone in her mouth (she's got a badonk-a-donk booty). I'm also unsure that if I let her off leash, she's stay out of trouble - if it was an empty field with high grass I'd be worried she'd have difficulty finding her way back to me from whatever point she'd quit trotting onwards at.

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