CUPS RUN VERY LARGE - FITS 32F! Available at Dick's. This fits me in 32D; as you can see from my other reviews that I normally wear 30F/FF/32F. I also tried on the 32DD and the cups were definitely too big. The straps, despite being adjustable, are a bit too long. I may take it to a tailor and have them shortened. The straps have gel cushion in them. What? Yes. Amazing. As it is now, it is supportive enough for elliptical, stationary bike, hiking. If I go running (which is what I use it for most often), I wear a Lucy support tank over it. If I get the straps shortened, it should be fine solo for running. I bought it in a seafoam green color which is super cute.
This bra does the job. Like lots of sports bras, the band's quite tight for a 32; it actually stays put on my 28-inch back, yay! I expect to get several years out of it before it becomes unwearable. My older Maia bra has stretched to the point where it feels just like my normal 32-band bras (i.e. it rides up over the course of the day), but I'm still using it. My new Maia keeps everything perfectly in place. The cups fit me very snugly, just barely enclosing all my breast tissue. I feel slightly compressed but not restricted wearing it. And the high neckline means I don't have to worry about slipping out with vigorous movement.
The Moving Comfort Maia was my go-to sports bra before I discovered r/abrathatfits and realized I'm not a 34dd.
Despite not being anywhere close to the correct size, the dual layer construction makes the bra workable for me. Honestly, it mostly just squishes things down, but the inner cups help keep my boobs from hitting each other within the cup. It's underwire sits well below my boobs (because the cup isn't big enough), but it doesn't cause discomfort for me. It helps that the fabric is comfortable.
These bras have held up well over the years despite being too small for me.
This is an encapsulation style sports bra. The color is a very springy light mint shade with white trim The straps are fantastically plush and comfortable. The structure reminds me of the Natori Power Yogi sports bra, with a few stylistic changes (and no crossable straps). Unfortunately, the cups of this bra run excessively large.
I have short rooted, projected, center heavy, fob/even boobs. I typically wear a 30F in Freya, 65FF in Ewa, and a 32E in Cleo. This bra is too big in the cups. It fit - ish, there was some odd puckering at the top of the cup (probably due to my short roots). ...In this size, it didn't really reduce bouncing at all. I probably could have used it for yoga, but definitely not for running. In addition, the top of the bra came up ridiculously high on my chest. People with more FOT boobs may appreciate this.
I went back to the store and tried on a 32D, which was almost a perfect fit (band is still a little loose, but the cups were perfect). In the 32D (remember, I'm typically a 30F or so, so my sister size is a 32DDD/E, and this is 2 cup sizes down)), there was perfect encapsulation and no bounce.
If your boobs are anything like mine, I would recommend sizing down at least 1 if not 2 cup sizes in this bra. 2 cup sizes down was perfect for me.