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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band0.0
Band Length69.2
Stretch ratio0.0
Bust perimeter102.9
Cup width14.0
Cup depth24.1
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length26.7
Cup height20.3
Cup separation2.4
Gore height15.2
Wing height10.2
Strap width3.5
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This is my second bra in this style, my first was a 32FF - Panache Sport » Sports Bra (5021) in the latte color. The larger cup fits better in some ways, but I am dropping a little more weight, and suspect/hope that the smaller size will last longer and "contain" me a little more. If the cups were a little shorter or cut a little less full in the top, the 32FF would probably feel more secure when I run. I think I currently get a bit less bounce in the 32F, even though it has a slightly lower neckline, exposing more breast tissue.

The band is quite firm, I did not size up from my usual size, but if you are between band sizes you might prefer to take the larger. After 2 years of frequent wear, my previous bra can still be comfortably worn on the first hook and be supportive for everyday activity, though I would want a tighter hook for actual workouts. Based on that, I would not advise anyone to take an uncomfortably tight band - it may well take YEARS for it to stretch.

The cups are padded enough and the seams are flat enough that this can be worn as a t-shirt bra, though the beautiful lunar print would likely show through all but the darkest of shirts. The padded wires are absurdly comfortable, enough so that even though the gore is too wide and high for my close set breasts, I still find this bra comfortable. The gore definitely does not tack except at the base, and that may be more of a soft tack influenced by the tight band. The larger size also did not seem to tack, though it is hard to really tell in both bras due to the construction. The fabric comes up significantly higher than the wires, so it is difficult to determine tack visually.

I get an amazing shape for a sports bra. I always work out in a shirt, but with or without one, my breasts look awesome. Lifted and separated, good apex projection. Not enough immediate depth. I suspect I am getting a bit of a push up effect from the bra being a little small, but I do not look smashed or like I am spilling out anywhere.

Caveats: I am full on bottom, somewhat soft-tissued, projected, slightly pendulous, close-set, inner fullness, need a lot of immediate projection. I have narrower roots. I am long-waisted and tall for a woman (5'8"). I have a smaller frame, am a bit deflated on top and have some looser skin. It is not super obvious, but likely affects fit slightly.

Lunar print colorway

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  • Is this the underwire version? I'm always looking for good sports bras and ypure shape sounds similar to mine

  • Yes, it is.

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Fit information

On Dec 2019

Little too small, but feel a bit more "contained" than in a 32FF

Center gore placement:
Doesn't lie flat against sternum
Cups separation:
Too separate for my boobs

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