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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band69.0
Band Length59.0
Stretch ratio1.2
Bust perimeter87.0
Cup width13.5
Cup depth22.5
Depth ratio1.7
Wire length24.0
Cup height19.0
Cup separation3.0
Gore height14.5
Wing height10.0
Strap width2.3
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Stats for reference: FOT, centre full, close & low set, soft tissue, short & narrow roots, and projected.

Classic grey marl colour, made from grey and white strands spun together to give a soft 'washed' grey effect. Goes well with grey leggings for a matching gym set (though I personally prefer to wear a top too), but can easily be paired with other colours for more personality. A timeless piece that goes well with pretty much everything!

I tried my first panache sports bra last year at the start of my ABTF journey and loved the support (& confidence) it gave me to exercise. I used to stuff myself into too small shock absorbers (compressed me to the point of looking flat chested while spilling out of the edges) and other standard S/M/L sized pullover bras (no bounce control coupled with either band too loose or not enough chest coverage). These had worked fine for my <1 hr gym workouts (though I literally had to throw the bra off as soon as I was done), then COVID-19 hit and gyms closed. I tried running outdoors with (too small) shock absorbers but they restricted my breathing, and the pullover bras simply didn't offer enough support. Discovering Panache sports bras honestly revolutionised my exercise routine; instead of compressing (essentially felt like strapping) my breasts to my chest, they are encapsulated in proper fitting cups and can handle high intensity activity with no bounce at all! I'm never going back.

I've had panache sports bras in 30FF, 30F & 28G over the past year and feel pretty confident that 28FF is the best fit for my current measurements. I worked it out mainly by the process of elimination:
- 30FF, after several months of running I realised that even in racerback-style my chest was wobbling in the cups when exercising
- 30F, cups were supportive but over time I had to wear this on the tightest hook
- 28G, band was perfectly snug on the loosest hook but I had to wear the cups with the straps adjusted to its shortest length to feel well supported
- 28FF, band is perfectly snug and I have enough strap length to adjust as desired during my monthly size fluctuations. I feel so supported that I don't even have to use the racerback style for high intensity activity" alt=":)" />

Grey Marl colorway

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