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Bras » Panache Sport » Non Wired Sports Bra (7341) » 30GG 30:10

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Fits ribcage76.5
B. perimeter29.8
Stretched Band78.3
Band Length64.2
Bust perimeter96.7
Cup width19.9
Cup depth27.7
Cup height22.0
Cup separation1.7
Gore height16.4
Wing height10.9
Strap width2.7
Hooks3

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  1. 3
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    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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    grey/coral colorway

    Updated on Dec 12, 2016 Flag this


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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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  2. 1
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    Didn't fit

    This bra was a huge failure and basically exactly matches the long review from another lady who has the 30G

    I can't fill the bottom, there is a very odd fold that is both unattractive and causes discomfort and weird fit.

    The racerback is both pointless and very uncomfortable, not matter what length the strap.

    The straps don't adjust short enough.

    There is no seperation between the girls, but I wasn't expecting that anyways. Just something to keep in mind.

    There was no support from jiggling and it seems like running is just as painful as any other plain bra.

    I cant even wear this as a lounge bra. It's a huge no. I'm quite disappointed as I do need something to tie them down and give support for gym, but oh well. Panache, I'm disappointed for once :(

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Jul 28, 2015 Flag this


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  3. 0
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    Fits

    I own many of the wired versions of this bra and wanted to try the non-wired version, thinking it might be more comfortable for some of my lower impact activities - yoga, rock climbing, etc. It worked OK for climbing. The boob shape under shirts isn't as nice and high and round as with the wired version, but that wasn't unexpected and wasn't a deal breaker for me. However, I got into downward dog and my boobs just slipped out of the top of the cups! I have very soft breast tissue and so I think because the cups didn't hold their shape after a day of wear, maybe the gore spread out or something?

    It does fit the same as the wired versions i.e. true to size. Someone with slightly more rigid tissue or looking for a bra for hiking, walking, or climbing that won't eventually poke one would probably like this bra.

    I did LOVE the cobalt colorway.

    Cobalt colorway

    Updated on Jul 04, 2018 Flag this


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    Fits

    Great non-wired sports bra! It feels more snug than the wired version, but I love the J hooks in the back that give me the option to make it racer-back very easily. It's also an expensive bra (bought on discount at $68) but finding my size (let alone anything that is durable/comfortable) is very hard to find, so I will always buy one if I can find it at sale price.

    Black colorway

    Updated on Mar 21, 2018 Flag this


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    Fits

    I love this bra! I have a tough time with underwires because of where my ribs are & working out in a bra that rubs sucks. This Panache sport bra is wonderful.

    I use it for Zumba, so you know it needs to hold well. And I wore it while nursing, so my breasts were pretty heavy with milk too!

    The shoulder straps are wide & really comfy.

    Ready to buy a different size now that I'm done nursing and down a couple cup sizes.

    Nude colorway

    Updated on Mar 29, 2017 Flag this


    • Hello I want to ask you why under the bust had this issue I hav e the same too thank you

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    Didn't fit

    Didn't write a review

    Added on Apr 21, 2017



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    Hasn't set fit

    Didn't write a review

    This bra is not owned any more

    Added on Jul 22, 2017



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    Hasn't set fit

    Didn't write a review

    Added on Jul 31, 2017