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Non Wired Sports Bra (7341)

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  1. 11
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    34FF

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    Breast shape/characteristics: Mostly even fullness, wide set, wide rib cage, average projection, wide rooted, higher on chest. Broad shouldered and 6'0".

    I noticed there isn't much information on here about the differences between the underwired and nonwired Panache Sport. I've owned both, and so far I highly prefer the nonwired. Here's why:

    The cups are made of slightly stiff foam that better molds to the shape of my breasts and does not dig into my rib cage. The wires in the regular Sport, while supportive, gave me red marks after only an hour. While this may be a tight band issue for the original Sport, the band of the ... nonwired is actually tighter, yet leaves me mark-free.

    The cup shape of the nonwired is better-fitting. The cups have more projection and are not as open at the top. There is more depth at the bottom of the cup, making it more compatible for my slight bottom fullness. The top of the cup is higher on the chest and reduces depth gradually for a more tailored fit. Another aspect of the high rise is the higher side wing coverage, which helps contain more migrated tissue and bring it to the forefront. The regular Sport is too low cut for tall, even breasts and contributes to orange-in-glass effect, as well as not being quite as good at keeping side boob in and forward. I'm wide-rooted, so side wing support is critical for good fit.

    The higher cut of the nonwired also contributes to its superior bounce-control. While the original Sport no doubt is true to its word about eliminating most bounce, I feel like the nonwired is close at eliminating 100% of bounce. In the nonwired, my breasts are totally immobilized. Even doing jump rope, I don't feel them move at ALL. I've just gotten it so I haven't tested it with many forms of movement, but it seems to be able to reduce more bounce than the underwired. However, I do understand that it is possible the foam may lose shape over time, which I will be looking out for. So far I believe the band is firm enough that that problem won't actually become a problem more quickly than any typical underwired bra.

    May or may not be relevant, but I figured I'd add it in: the nonwired is currently cheaper than the wired and you can currently find it on Amazon for under $50, $20 cheaper than the regular underwired.

    I think Panache really did right with this bra. It supports just as well, even better than the underwired without the irritating wires. The shape is so much more compatible for even and full in bottom fullness. In the regular, I'd have to size down to make the bottom of the cup fit my shape better, while adding on the issues of smash and quadboob for my top. This is probably the best part about the nonwired: it's actually true to cupsize. If you're a 34FF, you're probably a 34FF in the nonwired Sport, regardless of FOB/FOT.

    I'm strongly considering buying another one. It's so comfortable, supportive, and better fitting. I recommend anyone who was not impressed with the underwired Sport or who wants something like the underwired with better support, to try the nonwired version.

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    • 1

      very helpful review, i'm excited to get mine!

    • 1

      Wow, this was a super convincing bra.

      I own and have mostly enjoyed the regular Panache Sport underwired bra, but in 30GG it's just a little bit too tight. Unfortunately since you are apparently the only person on this site or Amazon to order one (seriously, it has 3 reviews there, compared to more than 1000 for the underwired version), I had to guess at my size, but I feel like the 30GG is a little big in the cup and small in the band, so hopefully 32GG will be perfect.

      Plus, free and hassle-free returns. (I love Amazon, but usually despair about getting bras from there because my size is NEVER one of the ones on sale. Not so this time, mwahaha.)

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      melifish Thank you, glad I could help.

      @rainbrasspetals The bands for sports bras tend to run on the tight side, so you probably made the right call. I'm usually a 32G but have to size up a band for a couple brands, Panache included.

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      Thanks for this review! I was only able to find the wired one locally and they didn't have my exact size in the store. In the 30 band (which is right for me), I wasn't thrilled with how much I could feel the underwires. I finally gave in and ordered one from Amazon but I did size down in the cup, which now I realize might have been the wrong thing to do. Then again, I have very soft boobs, so maybe not? Anyway, I had a hard time finding any good reviews and I'm much shorter than you are, but I hope I'll find the same 100% bounce reduction in the non-wired. I want to use it for jogging, but all the sites label it as a low-impact bra, so your input is useful.

    • This is exactly the comparison I most wanted to read. I have the wired Panache Sport Bra and the wired Panache Sport Top. I've been admiring the purple non-wired bra. I hope you update later with a detailed comparison once you've had a chance to put the non-wired one through its paces.

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      littlechichend , do you have an update for us? I finally ordered the wireless Panache Sport Bra, but the Latte color I wanted was only available in 32FF. My wired Panache Sport Bra size is 30F. Your review said the wireless bra's band runs tight. From Bratabase measurements of 32F, it appears 32FF may work for me.

      I am interested to hear if you continued your wireless vs wired comparison while working out these past many months.

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      learningaboutbras I've been wanting to make an update for a while now, but life got crazy busy. I actually just got a wired one a couple days ago that should be shipping soon. I want to post a more informative/helpful update once I can upload more pictures. I can tell you that I'm starting to notice my nonwired is getting a little crinkled where the cup meets the band. It's unfortunately noticeable under clothes. However, tightening the straps and going tighter on the band seems to help.

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  2. 5
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    28F

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    For a couple of weeks now, I often don't feel so comfortable in my wired panache sports bras anymore, so I decided to give the unwired one a try and I LOVE it!! It's so comfortable and nicely tight! (I have to wear my wired ones on the tightest hook and they feel less tight than this one on the last hook!) I did wear it for lounging all day today https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_mrgreen.gif" alt=":D" />
    It gives less support than the wired ones, but it's enough for my recently started cheerleading. I don't think it will be enough for gymnastics and trampoline though ... href="https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" rel="nofollow">https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />
    So if you have problems with the immediate deepth of the wired one and are ok with a moderate amount of support, this is your bra!

    Edit: this is the first panache sports bra that I can wear without closing the hook in the back! This is pretty amazing for me, but if you are low set you might have problems with the strap length!

    Edit edit: wore it the second time for cheerleading today and can't wear it without hooking it up anymore :/ I guess it just stretched for a tiny bit and now it's too long https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" /> https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" />

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      I love the cosmic design. I wish they had a wider size range.

    • 2

      That is such a gorgeous sports bra!

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      I love the contrast! Gives a regular bra look but the support of a sports bra.....love the idea of it.

    • Hi can you tell me under the bra I have some issues is first time I try no wires is this the right fit ?

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  3. Success! I am shocked that the 30F in this bra actually fits me, but it does. After losing weight, I have been sizing down to 30FF or 28G from most of my 30G bras. However, this bra in 30FF was still too big (see 30FF - Panache Sport ยป Non Wired Sports Bra (7341) for a full review).

    In fact, the 30FF fit much like my 30G that I also have in this bra in an older colorway. So there is a chance that the floral/gray colorway runs a little big in the cup compared with the black/geo which, in my opinion, runs true to size. ... The standard advice with Panache's *wired* sports bra is to size down in the cup. Previously, I would not have suggested this for the non-wired. Now I would say do not rule this out if you are less full on top.

    When I took the bra out of the box, I was certain it would be too small. I was surprised by, visually, how scaled down the 30F is compared to the 30FF and 30G. The measurements reflect this, saving 1/4 inch on the cup height and gore height measurements. For someone petite, high-set and short-rooted, this 1/4" makes all the difference in the fit of the bra for me. I no longer have a gaping chest panel or bunching material. The straps are also comfortable tightened pretty much all the way. I would still like a tad more length, but it's sufficient, unlike the 30FF where the straps were a little loose.

    The band feels even better (more snug) than the 30FF. I am contained in the cups and the gore separates well. There is at least 1/2 inch reduction in cup width compared with the 30FF. The side/underarm area does not reach into my armpits and I am super excited about that. Once again, the Panache Non-Wired Sport in an accurate size for me has pretty much become my best fitting bra.

    Appearance: I am pleased with the colorway/pattern even though I realize now that the straps will probably be on show a lot and they are a little bit "loud". I would have preferred solid blue straps. The east/west pointiness is also reduced by being in a better size, but it's still there for me. I wish it were just a little more rounded. It's still a fantastic appearance under clothes for a sports bra.

    Quality: My only lingering issue with this bra is that the inside of the cups easily creases towards the bottom after wearing, even just for a minute or two. This is not a projection issue. As I have tried and worn this bra in a few sizes now, I think it is to do with the construction and how the foam cup is anchored to the wireless band.

    Final notes: this bra arrived with the center of one cup a tiny bit dented right at the middle. It wasn't packed harshly and I don't know if it will loosen with time, but it's not noticeable when wearing, anyway. The wrinkles/buckling on the seams that you can see in the photos only appear when the bra is not being worn.

    Pro-tip: Short rooted and/or pendulous and those with flared ribs, do not forget to hike this bra up into your IMF before S&S to make sure it's sitting right.

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    • my wired Panache Sports has a little dent in the cup too, which has persisted through multiple wears and washes.

    • mercury Oh :( I can't return mine once it's worn, so I guess I'll have to look closely at it before I take the tags off.

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      Excellent review!

    • learningaboutbras thank you!

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  4. 5
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    30E

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    This bra is sooo soft it seems to be made of clouds! <3 It's a good sports bra for low to medium impact activities and offers quite a nice projection!

    More pictures and full review here: http://www.myfashioninsiderblog.com/2016/02/lingerie-videos-panache-sport-non-wired.html

    latte colorway

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  5. 4
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    32E

    Didn't fit

    Short roots, projected, center full, close set, slightly narrow, omega shape, short waisted,....

    The band is a bit short. You may want to size up. My under bust is 28" and the 30FF was too tight for breathing https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt=";-)" />

    This size fits much better than I anticipated. The cups fit my short-waisted physique well. In several other sports bras, my one complaint was the cup digging into a tendon in front of my shoulder. 32E is one size smaller than I usually wear and my tendon is happy.

    However, this smaller size creates a different issue. My lymph nodes begin screaming within a few ... minutes from compression. The cup doesn't quite accommodate my full on bottom tissue. So, it spills over into the gore and into my underarm. Because this is wire free, the gore spill is comfortable and acceptable. However, the underarm spill and subsequent compression hurts.

    Because my exercise is often short in duration, the discomfort may be tolerable. Certainly, the bounce is minimal which is my primary concern.

    This bra is the most projected wireless bra I have encountered. However, like many wireless bras and several wired bras, the cup collapses and the band digs in while I sit. For me, this really is an "exercise only" bra. The shape is round and my prominent nipples are shrouded. Although I won't choose to wear this all day, I can create an impressive list of reasons why someone else would want to wear it all day.

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      Yay! One thing I noticed is the scaling between sizes can sometimes be surprising. I get a much better fit proportion-wise in my current size than I did when I needed a 30G.

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  6. 3
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    30H

    Didn't fit

    I purchased this bra by mistake, I thought it was the underwired one which I have loved for several years.
    Here's how this one fits on me right now :
    Firstly, this is the wrong size for me. I should have ordered at least one cup size up, maybe two. I have quad-bood effect in the tiny cleavage it creates on me. I kept it as a lounge bra because it was the second I ordered (first one fitted me even worse) and like a fool I have cut the tag right out of the package. Stupid, impatient me !

    The band is tight enough and comfortable, but I feel it ... is maybe not as supportive without the wires, because the straps dig painfully into my shoulders and adjusting them doesn't change that.
    In this bra my boobs are squished together and not separated at all. It is not uncomfortable but this bra is more what we call in France a brassiere than a bra. I don't know if it's because it's too small in the cups, or if it's just the cut of this bra, of it's because my boobs are very squishy and soft to begin with.
    I was surprised by the very good quality of the material for a non wired bra. It should last a long time without becoming too stretched on women who get a good fit with it. I still feels it should be less expensive that the underwired one, but it's the same price.
    The color is coral on the center part and purple elsewhere, it is VERY flashy especially the coral and shows under light-colored clothing.
    Also on a side note, it doesn't suppress bounce at all, but the underwired sports bra is like this also on me.

    I would not recommend this bra for women with big boobs who like to be supported and comfortable all day long. I would rather recommend its underwired version, which is far superior in support and comfort even when it is ill-fitting, believe it or not !

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  7. 3
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    32DD

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    This bra might be life-changing. I've never had a proper sports bra that actually fit me before. Before, I used to just wear 2 sports bras and hope for the best. It worked, but it was very tight and my boobs would be squashed together. Peeling the things off after a sweaty workout was almost a workout in itself.

    The Panache sports bra is a game-changer! There's no wires, but the cups are molded in such a way that they lift and separate my breasts. The cups hold my breasts in place and keeps them from bouncing around. There's also a J-hook at the back for more support, or ... to coordinate with your top. The neckline is high enough that my boobs won't fall out during yoga inversions. In fact, it covers enough of me that I think I'd feel comfortable wearing it without a shirt over top at the gym.

    The band hugs my ribcage - my boobs don't feel like they're trying to escape beneath the band (a big problem I'd get in sm/med/lg sized bras where I'd have to size up to fit my breasts). I love the fact that there's a proper closure at the back - no more trying to wiggle out of a sweaty bra after a workout.

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    • Yay! It is amazing, but I wish they made one for summer. ;-)

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  8. 3
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    30GG

    Didn't fit

    Edit: Update December 2016 - 3 months of owning this bra:

    The band has gotten very stretched very quickly. It was never all that supportive so I only wore it one to two times a week for the duration of a workout (not the whole day or anything) and still, the band unstretched is now 26", and it stretches to a ridiculous 33.5". I've only hand washed and laid flat to dry so I'm really disappointed overall with the quality of this bra. The band is just too loose to even wear for exercise anymore, and I have other bras that are more comfortable for lounging. ... I hope others have had better experiences, but I wouldn't buy another unwired Panache Sport and wouldn't recommend one to anyone in my size range.



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    Well - I read reviews of this bra so I knew about the bottom of the cup folding issue. For me so far it's not uncomfortable and doesn't seem to show under tops but I do worry about the cup collapsing more and the straps having to compensate and take more weight. Mostly I feel great working out in this bra because I've been wearing badly stretched out sports bras with too little room in the cups for years, basically forever. I get migraines from nerve trigger points on my shoulders and neck - so it's something I'm really aware of - I just didn't know there were bras with less painful straps! Which makes me wonder... I always thought my nerve problems were related to repeated shoulder dislocations as a swimmer in high school and college - but now I'm wondering if others with large busts have this issue? I dont have a particularly small frame and didn't feel I suffered from the back issues smaller boned busty women frequently have, but perhaps my breasts have been more physically challenging for my body to lug around that I realized!

    Anyway, this bra is still a tad too small for me, I've got some quadding at the top of the cups and the cup (even the fold area) is fully filled - I think the bottom of the cup fold is a construction or design issue, because there are two layers of fabric, I'm fully filling the internal coral shaped cup part but somehow on the outside it looks like there's empty space.

    I like this encapsulation design, though for me there is still some compression since I'm being pushed up out of the bra. Panache sport cups seem giant and I didn't want to be swimming around in a sports bra, but if I bought this again I'd go with the 30H, which I believe is the largest size they make in this style. Probably because the weight of breasts that large can't be adequately supported by the design, hence the bottom of the boob fold.

    One note about measurements - I think the other reviewer may have had a typo in her bust perimeter measurement, On a full inhale my perimeter in this bra was 40" and I believe the initial measurements say 48. Since the rest of our measurements line up quite well, I don't believe this bra could physically be stretched to an overbust perimeter of much more than 40", the material is not elastic and I fill the cups completely with some overflow, I suspect 38 was the actual overbust measurement. So beware if you have a >40 overbust measurement and thought this might fit due to the other set of measurements.

    This bra does feel supportive, but in this size range I must agree with the other reviewers and say it doesn't reduce bounce or jiggling the way a good compression bra would. I never had luck running in my wired panache sport either though, for the record, though it probably wasn't properly fitted either.

    I hula hooped rather aerobically in this bra for a half hour yesterday and it felt great - plenty of stability and took so much weight I'm used to off my shoulders. Yoga today was also great wearing this bra. I've jumped around some and expect it won't do so well on the treadmill - it doesn't stand up to that kind of repeated vertical motion. For that, in this size range, I'm thinking I'll have to go to a compression style bra... or a couple layered together.

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      Almost all my retro style nonwired bras fold at the bottom, it does not cause strain on the straps at all :-) I'm now more like 37-38" bust but was previously fuller busted, bigger than you are currently (probably around 41-42" over) so I'm pretty confident this should not be a problem for you. An excessively loose band or insufficient coverage/containment of the upper breast could be a concern for strap pulling though.

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      I've also been wearing this bra already for a while at the gym and haven't noticed any issues caused by the folding of the cup. The straps feel the same way as for the wired version :)

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    34G

    Didn't fit

    This is...not good. I only tried this on because I was in Nordstrom Rack and spotted it for sale. I have never tried the wireless model and I wanted to see how it fit. I had a ton of bounce, but that's not really surprising given that it's at least 1 cup size too small. It really is a nicely made bra, just not a good fit. Other than it being too small, I don't think that the non-wired look is for me https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />

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    38E

    Didn't fit

    Like the wired version, I think this is just incompatible with my shape. I bought this to teach and practice yoga in (in public -- in private i wear no bra or cotton 'sports' bras). It does the job OK. The cup doesn't cover enough side/armpit boob, and the wings are not deep enough in that area. At the same time there is extra room at the top of the cup, so if i were really trying to get a lot of support (i'm not) I def wouldn't be able to. When I first put this on it looks good, but like all wireless bras except enell, my ... boobs eventually win and sag down. The racerback hook provides more lift, but at the expense of my neck and shoulders. This is definitely a lot less support than the wired bra.

    What i like: that the molded cup gives me psychological support because I know my boobs are well covered. It's pretty cute. It's comfy.

    The band is too big, but that's my fault for getting a 38 i guess. That said i wear a 38 in all other Panache, incl the wired sports bra, so go figure.

    update a year later: even though this bra is a technically pretty bad fit, I wear it alllllll the time, as it gives a far better shape than any other wireless I've tried. Glad I got a 38 now as I've gained weight and the band fits perfectly.

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    • Thanks for the thoughts on sports bras. I'm looking for one right now. I've been debating whether to go for an underwire, but I don't trust that the wires will be comfortable when I'm twisting my torso, raising my arms, etc. I'm just now getting used to wearing underwires again, for daily wear, now that I'm honing in on my correct size. Maybe later.

    • I like Enell the best for very very high support, and it has no wires. They also make a 'lite' version that i'd love to try for yoga.

      but wired sports bras can be great. the elomi energise is a really good one.

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