Great bra; I've owned this in three different sizes. It runs small in the band, and the 32e didn't fit me when I was a 32e; it fit now that I'm a 30e. This bra has the best bounce control and a true racer back without all the hooks. There is a hook set in the bottom band, but thee is no middle set of hooks, and the straps adjust via strong Velcro. There is a slight padding in the cups, but no underwire. If you are a 28 underbust or bigger, and an E cup or smaller, I strongly recommend the Juno. It holds up to a run like none other. For reference, I've also had the Moving Comfort Fiona, Moving Comfort Rebound Racer, Shock Absorber 4490, the Natori Yogi in regular and racer, and the Anita sport bra.
Excellent bra, hands down. I don't wear it every time I work out because it can get a bit warm from the foam, but I actually get separation with this bra, and the adjustable straps and hook closure are fabulous. I really like this sport bra, but generally prefer the rebound racer, which doesn't have foam and feels simpler. It does a really good job of reducing bounce, and I can wear this bra running.
Works great as a sports bra! Fits a little tight. After about 8 months the hook wire pulled right out of the fabric, so I have to use an even tighter size.Also doesn't look that great under tanks, I only wear this under shirts.
I did a crazy alteration with this bra, 36C -> 28F. It works very well https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" /> The only downside is that the cup volume could be a little bigger. I should´ve got 36D. There is not clear quadboob, the top edge more like presses the chest down a little. There might be sideboob as well.
Other than that the bra is very good for a sports bra!! It is very supportive and I can easily use it for running. It is a little difficult to put it on and take it off but it is worth the effort.
Straps can be adjusted in a wide scale, they adjust in the front.