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I am in love with this bra and rave about it to anyone looking for a sports bra recommendation. I use it mainly for running. It's carried me through a number of races with nary an issue.
The underwire is form-fitting and comfy despite coming up quite high in the center. The fabric and the cut help to reduce sweatiness. The straps are wide and comfortable. I never use the razorback function, but it's good to know that's an option.
I wear a 28G in Panache/Cleo, and the 28G sports bra fits well. The band is snug, but I don't think it's unusually snug for the brand. I have a 27" underbust, have owned the bra for over 6 months, and am only now starting to use the middle set of hooks.
Updated on May 10, 2013 Flag this
I Love this sports bra. It does fit a little snug in the cup and I will be upgrading to a 28GG, but the size I have now, a 28G, works great with just a bit of squish. When I got it I wore it to work for a full day to make sure it was comfortable. When it passed that test I then wore it for a day of OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) dirt bike riding. With all the jarring and bouncing….and crashing….. this sports bra kept things in place. I never once had to readjust it. No poking, no prodding. No uncomfortable feeling. Soft fabric, padded underwire, padding under the hooks, and it has the ability to convert into a racer-back. Once I get a cup size bigger I’ll really be on cloud nine. Now if I could just find a regular everyday bra to feel the same way I’ll be set.
Updated on Apr 08, 2012 Flag this
Very comfortable. Goes pretty high on the chest for me as a pretty tiny person, and I do need the straps connected in the racer back to have a proper fit. Lady fitting me in it said it was slightly too big in the band, but it was firm and as good as I was going to get. Boobs feel secure and encapsulated. I usually wear a 28FF but sized up here because of the fit.
Updated on Aug 22, 2019 Flag this
I'm a little undetermined about whether I love this bra or not. There is a *tiny* bit of overflow on the sides, and I can decide whether that is just skin or not. I think I'll keep it. Maybe as a swim suit top - it's more supportive than either of my two current swim tops. And it's wonderfully sporty. It is definitely not quite as supportive as my Enell (that bra will never stop being amazing to me).
Updated on Apr 12, 2017 Flag this
My first Panache Sport fit great in 28G (in the Navy colorway), but that seems to have been the earliest generation of the Sport. Subsequent Panache Sports have fit much better in 28FF, as I don't have a lot of upper fullness to fill it out. This one fits okay on my larger breast, but waaaaay too big on the other one. I'd advise anyone that is FOB to size down in the cup for the more recently produced ones!
Updated on Aug 20, 2015 Flag this
This band is very firm! If I were to buy it again I'd probably go with a 30FF. Still, it fastens and it's not very uncomfortable, so I'll keep this bra.
The straps and cups feel super supportive and comfortable without being suffocating. The grey and purple colorway is exactly what I look for in a sports bra (none of that neon yellow and parrot green madness!). I look forward to exercising in this (and hopefully, through the exercise, getting the band to feel a little less tight)
Updated on Apr 07, 2015 Flag this
I gave this bra away to a friend.
I mistakenly thought that I didn't need a sports bra, so I got passed it to better use.
Later I found this bra again in 30FF - Panache Sport » Sports Bra (5021) color Berry/Purple and it was so pretty! I had to get it.
All in all, I don't regret giving this away, the gray color was a bit dull for me and I'm happy with my replacement.
Updated on Aug 25, 2014 Flag this
While the 30G was too big to really support my breasts during exercise, the 28G is better, but on the verge of being too small. The band is fine - it's supportive enough without constricting vital body parts like the lungs, it's the cups I still have some issues with. The wires are too wide even in a cup size down, but since they're padded they don't pinch, but I feel like they don't come up as high on the sides as I'd like. I also have tall roots, so I quad out the top on my larger breast - 30G was pretty much perfect in these things. For now, I've let the straps out all the way, which has minimised the quadding. Ideally I would need a 28G and a half, or at least this size with taller cups and wings.
Updated on Aug 12, 2014 Flag this
too small for me! I'll have a better review to write when I try one on that fits. https://d28qt14g3opchh.cloudfront.net/smileys/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" />
Updated on Feb 10, 2014 Flag this
I was very sceptical about trying this bra as @Panache and I do not get along (although I can wear some @Masquerade), however I've been pleasantly surprised and I now don't know what I'd do without my @Panache Sports bras. Firstly, it gives great natural rounded shape for a sports bra and doesn't completely squash my breasts.
The 28 band is quite firm, but I think its important in a sports bra since that is where the support is coming from. I do a fair amount of high impact sports and I always feel well supported in this bra - including when running. My only gripe with it is that when I wear it in racer-back style the straps do dig in to my trapezius muscles (that run between neck and shoulder) after a while.
Altogether its the best bra I've come across for sport and I have just ordered the new sports swimsuit version so I can feel supported doing triathlons.
Updated on Nov 17, 2013 Flag this
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