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I got this bra pre-loved but in excellent shape, and I am happy with it.. I really needed another sports bra. The one I have is grey with black trim. It has underwires and padding - encapsulation style. Normally I wear 30FF, but this one actually fits quite well except for the too-wide wires. I wonder if the 32G is US sizing, which I think would be the equivalent for a 32F or 30FF UK. The only thing I found while moving around in it was that the straps came up a smidge high under my arms, but not enough to irritate my skin while working out. The straps can be adjusted, and I was on the tighter setting, so maybe lowering this would help. The wires are too wide for me at 6.1", as I normally need 5.1-5.4", but it didn't seem to affect things much. I worked out with this bra, but I'd still prefer my shock absorber compression bra for jumping around. This bra will be better for 'gentler' exercises.
Updated on Dec 17, 2016 Flag this
This was the first sports bra that I found in my size that kept me from bouncing all over the place. I really love the overall comfort of the bra, but the straps are too long so I had to cut off the extra as I only use the first few loops. Tried tucking the extra under the strap but it wouldn't stay. Wearing as a racer-back is difficult as you have to set the straps first then put over your head and removing after a workout is a workout in itself, but I guess it's what you get used to when needing more structured support for the ta-ta's. I have this in multiple colors so that I can rotate my bras and give them time to dry out.
Updated on Mar 22, 2018 Flag this
I don't have much experience with Natori, but based on this bra and a few others, they definitely run large in the cup. The sizing is US, so this should equate to a 32F in UK sizing. I typically wear a 30F in freya and a 65FF in Ewa. This bra was way too big on me, so keep that in mind with my review. I also reviewed a 32DDD (still too big).
This bra is an awesome shade of purple, and I'm really sad it didn't fit. The cups were far too large, and while the band *fit*, it would probably stretch out very quickly. This ... is an encapsulation style bra. The straps are nice and thick, and you can cross them in the back. They are a little unique (its not your usual doubled over strap slider thing, but the same hook you would see on the end of a multiway bra, with multiple discrete loops for it to hook on). It took some getting used to - if you have to hook the straps all the way up, you have a long tail of strap that just kind of hangs out back there. However, this could be because the bra was way too big for me, so I needed the tightest straps possible to assess fit. I really like how they cross however - the j-hook on the Panache sports bra seems way too close to my neck for comfort, while these straps put the cross square in the middle of my shoulder blades.
I strongly recommend sizing down in this bra (remember, I'm a 30F/FF and the 32DDD was still too big for me). The bra also seemed very tall at the sides (and rubbed in my armpits), but if you have enough boob to fill it out, that may not actually be an issue - it just was for me because it was too too big. .
Updated on Jun 10, 2016 Flag this
Really good support, but haven't tried running in it. Lots of fabric; might be hot in the summer. Boobs look great under a tee: no uniboob. Feels tight at first but stretches after the first wear.
Updated on Jan 25, 2015 Flag this
This bra fit snugly around the band but doesn't fit at all in the gore. The gore sits on top of my boobs, which are pushed together underneath. The straps are very comfortable and I feel like I have good support despite the lack of gore fit. Nonetheless, I am going to return it and look for a better fit -- probably starting with a step up in cup-size.
Updated on Aug 08, 2013 Flag this
Pros: provides wonderfully sturdy support and controls your breasts during active wear; ultra cute for a sports bra; option of racerback or straightback straps (bc the straps are on adjustable invisible hooks).
Cons: cuts into your shoulders when in straight back strap set up; fine when racerback.
Updated on Jul 29, 2013 Flag this
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