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Bras » Freya Active » Soft Cup Sports Bra (4001) » 30E 30:6

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Fits ribcage68.6
B. perimeter21.8
Stretched Band73.0
Band Length64.3
Bust perimeter87.6
Cup width17.8
Cup depth21.0
Cup height16.5
Cup separation2.2
Gore height14.1
Wing height10.2
Strap width3.3

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  1. 1

    Didn't fit

    Cons: Silliest looking shape ever, when viewed from the side. Can we say pointy? I feel like a 1950s barbie doll.

    Pros: This fit really well when I first got it and was still a 30 band. The band was tight enough to wear on the loosest hook. I got a ton of support from it and definitely felt comfortable no matter what exercise I was doing.

    Even as a 28FF/G, I'm still wearing this bra to exercise in. It's a little quadbooby sometimes, but usually fine.

    Updated on Jan 03, 2014 Flag this

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  2. 0

    Used to fit

    ~ With a cup size that fits, this is so comfortable for pms-swollen breasts.
    ~ Vintage bullet bra shape does well under sweaters and button down shirts.
    ~ Excellent support. Yes, it looks totally silly as a sports bra, but your breasts *don't bounce*.

    ~ The straps do NOT shorten enough. You can see in the angle shot that there's space against my sternum, even though the straps are adjusted as short as they go. The center gore does lie flat when I pinch the straps 2 inches shorter, which means it will be fine once I alter them.
    ~ The gore comes up very high on my chest.
    ~ The cup and band sizing are weird. My ribs are 26.5-27" and I'm generally wearing 28E bras right now...except for this one.

    my shape: very short, short torso, proportionately short breasts, disproportionately broad shoulders, wide roots, FOB, inner fullness, projected.

    nude colorway

    Updated on Mar 11, 2017 Flag this

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