DD is the largest cup this comes in so I sized up to a 38 band; it’s too loose and the cups are too small (?) - not sure. The lining material wrinkles but the outer layer smushed my softish boobs against my chest and gave massive uniboob.
The straps are the best thing. They have a Velcro-like lining that sticks to itself and they are threaded through a hole in front so easy to adjust to almost any length. Since I didn’t keep the bra I don’t know if they hold during a workout or if the hook and loop stuff wears out over time.
It’s ok if you like compression type sports bras. I don’t like to have my breasts touching in a sports bra so encapsulation types will suit me better.
I don't think it makes sense to measure/set fit for this bra the way one typically might, due to it being a compression sports bra, but here's the lowdown:
QUALITY: I have two of these bras, and have had them for over two years now. I use them mostly for high-impact sports stuff - trail running, lifting, etc - but before I found a way to affordably get real bras in my size, or even had an inkling what my size was, I used these as my everyday bras. Even with daily wear for like a year, they haven't failed, and I still wear them on the first hook. ...The elastic is still snug and the fabric is still compressing, although the tendency toward monoboob has increased over the years. One small gripe: on the website you'll see it claimed that these have "moulded cups" which is not true - there's a nice inner lining with space for each boob, but they aren't moulded by any definition. COMFORT/FIT: Minimizing, compressing, suprisingly comfortable, utterly locked n loaded. Technically, Moving Comfort offers between 30 and 40 in band sizes but only A-E in cups, but as a 30F, the 30DD works fine for me (and I like a very firm band). So people with 28 bands and cup sizes up to a G who aren't into the Freya/Panache wired sports bras might give this one a spin. APPEARANCE: At a time when my boobs were a big source of stress - I didn't know how to find bras to fit them, I didn't know what size I was, I thought I was some kind of strange monster for not fitting into the foam-laden 32Ds VS folks insisted were my size - these bras allowed me to just put my tits on lockdown and pretend like it wasn't a problem, and for that, I thank them. Aside from the tendency toward monoboob these can give after a while, they're super compressive and let you feel hella athletically shaped when you're doing your deadlifts or cruisin' through your local running trail. IDEAL USES: high impact sporting, or low-impact sporting if you like a lot of support - I've done tons of bouncy stuff in these, from running to trampoline jumping to rock-hopping, and experienced virtually no boob-jarring KEY AESTHETICS: Womens' Rugby Chic, Dirty Hiker Kid, That Mom Who Is Perpetually Ready For Yoga Read more 288 more words
I am possibly a bit too squished in this bra but my tissue is extremely soft and I like it to be fully contained in a sports bra. So this fits the bill for me! I have loved the Fiona bra for years in many different sizes. It is incredibly comfortable. And the highly adjustable straps make it perfect.
I have had several of these bras in various sizes in the past few years. My size has changed so it is nice to have a new one in the proper size. I always wear a smaller cup size in sports bras because my tissue is SO soft. In my everyday bras, I wear 34G or 34GG. For a sports bra, I do not allow myself as much space because it really feels better (supportive) to have my tissue compressed.
This bra is a bigger in the band and cups than the Moving Comfort Rebound Racer (350037) in the same size, therefore I will have to return it which is disappointing. The celery color is is fun bright yellow/green and the fabric is soft. I love that the back has three hooks and opens all the way, which makes it easier to put on/take off than sports bras that only partially open. There is no foam in the cups and the bra minimizes nicely.
This bra runs about two band sizes too small, and I measure 32FF but this bra is the right cup volume. 32FF is a sister size of 36E so I guess it runs large in the cup as well. Pretty weird fit. Very comfortable. It's almost as if they're trying to compensate for incorrect fitting practices. Great bra, just hard to fit, ESPECIALLY getting it online. I will be wearing this all the time. I love it. I got it in a give away on here, and it's my first bra sized sports bra.
My ribs measure 26.5 and my current favorite bra is a Freya half-cup in 28E. This sportsbra is a 30D but the band runs extra-small. At first it was uncomfortably tight but after a long hot summer of wear, the elastic has relaxed to the point that I'll happily wear this instead of a shirt. It does give uniboob, but the awesome adjustable straps mean there's no cleavage unless I want there to be, unlike all my other sportsbras. I should also say the back fastens like a normal bra. No racer back pullover, no weird fastenings I'd have to dislocate my shoulders to get into. That makes it super-A++++ in my book.
This bra is an older Fiona that's been languishing in my closet for years. The band has always been much too big on me, the cup area still seems firm. This bra is not underwired, and does give uniboob.
This bra is great for high-impact sports! The only thing to be aware of is that the band does run extremely small. This is good news for 26/28 band ladies because this style starts in a 30. For me, the 30 is still plenty snug on the loosest attachment (I measure 28 underbust) The cups, however, run true to size, so I would order a band size up and a cup size down (to compensate). Also, if you don't like the look of a sports bra that compresses you flat, then this probably isn't for you either. The straps are fully adjustable, but not long enough to criss-cross.