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Bras » Shock Absorber » Active Classic Support (N102) » 34F 34:7

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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band84.1
Band Length66.3
Bust perimeter94.0
Cup width18.5
Cup depth25.4
Cup height21.6
Cup separation1.4
Gore height14.5
Wing height12.1
Strap width3.2

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    Didn't fit

    Very short-waisted, center full, close set, immediately projected, omega shape, slightly narrow breasts....

    This Shock Absorber model is well-suited for shorter roots and short-waisted physiques. However, its size range is more limited than other models which poses a problem for me.

    Because it is so lightweight and simultaneously supportive, I long for this bra to fit. Additionally, this model is a good choice for those who dislike j-hooks and pull-over sports bras. It allows for center projection and separates a bit. Airflow is important in high temperatures" alt=":-)" />

    Although it creates the "upside down seven" shape, it feels comfortable everywhere except under my arm at the top edge of the cup. I need a millimeter or so more space than the bra allows. Because it is not made in a 34FF, I may purchase a 36F and hope the scaling doesn't dwarf my short-waisted, petite stature. We'll see...

    Tall and/or low-set users, look for another option. Shorties, rejoice! This may fit.

    This bra is not owned any more

    Updated on Sep 29, 2017 Flag this

    • I've tried this when I was a bit thinner (in a 28H I think, or 30H) and I didn't like the support. No underwire? Somehow did not work for me even though I am very short and petite too :( The only 2 sports bras that seem to work for me are the Freya active underwired (this is very trusty) and the panache sports bra. The former didn't stock 28H (I think now they do??), leading me to panic when I was in my country (Asia not known for busty women), and led to a torn ligament, which has resulted in my getting plump from lack of exercise, and right now trying to lose it....

    • Ouch! A torn ligament sounds painful! I so hope this injury heals quickly for you, lorraineyang101

    • Just curious have you tried one cup size down? I think the unused height here suggests you might. Since there are no wires, it won't cause pinching, and it could help with the underarm issue

    • wendybien Yes, when my breasts were smaller I tried the 32F.

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