This seems like a really good value for the money if you get can get the size right. I got this one on Amazon for $28 USD, less than half the price of a comparable Panache, Freya, or Wacoal sports bra.
The band seems pretty stretchy, I fastened it on the tightest hooks right out of the bag, so it would go back even if the cups fit. The cups are very large however. In my side view picture I'm pointing to where my nipples are in the cup, almost an inch below the apex. I measured the cup depth as 12.3" wire-to-wire and the ... height from the base of the underwire to the top seam is 8.5". Bratabase says the Panache non-wired sports bra in 36FF has similar measurements! This bra has US sizing and is available in up to a G cup which I'm guessing will fit like a UK G or GG. The gore is a little wide for me at 1.5" where the wires end. The gore is 4" tall from the base of the underwires to their ends.
This bra seems pretty nicely made for the price. The cups are lined with a perforated CoolMax fabric that is supposed to wick away moisture. The seams are covered and the underwires are well padded. It feels very soft and comfortable to wear. I can't answer for motion control of course but the shaping looks pretty good even if it's a bit pointy. There is a seam along the tops f the cups and there is fabric above that covers the chest so you don't have to worry about falling out if you're doing an inverted pose.
I doubt I'll try a different size as I'm close-set at the top and the wide gore is a deal breaker for me. It could work well for you though if you have average width between your breasts and wear up to a G/GG UK size in a 32-48 band. Order the band size you wear in an everyday bra - this is one sports bra you don't need to size up.
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