Love this bra, wear it almost every day! Despite being a sports bra, it looks normal under clothes that don't have a low or wide neckline. It doesn't give the dreaded uniboob, either! It gives way more support if you use the optional cup inserts and criss-cross the straps, but getting the bra on with the straps crossed is really difficult; I usually will put the bra on with the straps unhooked and have my boyfriend hook in the straps. I wouldn't run in the bra without the cup inserts and crossing the straps, but for everyday I can wear the straps normally and/or skip the cup inserts. ...
Occasionally the straps come undone, but only when putting the bra on (a hassle but no biggie) or if I scratch my shoulders and accidentally bump it.
It's a great bra to take traveling, I took it on a four-month bicycle tour where we did lots of camping. It dries fast and never smelled bad, easily doubled as a swimsuit top, and looked cute peeking out of athletic/bicycling tops. It's great in hot weather despite the coverage because the material wicks sweat effectively. You can get sweaty between your boobs though.
The only real downside I really found to this top, which you are unlikely to have to deal with, is that if it was really hot and buggy outside (as in, many flying insects), and I was riding my bicycle, I ended up with bugs in my cleavage. It was like there was a wind tunnel sucking small black bugs into my bra. It was both irritating and slightly funny, and again, not going to happen to you unless you're cycling on a hot buggy day.
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