I tried this on at Dick's Sporting Goods during one of their tent sales (a clearance event). The fit is a little off because the merchandise control tag was attached right at the hooks and took up quite a lot of room, so not only was it really uncomfortable to try on, it also made the band seem a little tighter than it probably was.
It was a teeny bit difficult to get in and out of because of the racerback that doesn't open with the hooks, but even the little bit of leeway provided by the hooks was enough. My mom, who has a bad rotator cuff, had ... some trouble with it.
I am sad, because I like UA's gear and it was on sale for a good price. I tried it on the tightest hook and it was a little snug, but like I said, I couldn't tell 100%. It feels like it will stretch quickly - probably not much, because UA makes good quality clothing, but any stretch would just be too much. I really need a 30 band, or a 28.
The cups fit well, though, and they did the best job of minimizing bounce out of all the bras I tried. They didn't feel too small or like they were squishing me, even though I wear a 30F in most regular bras, and they were tall enough not to squash into my tall breast roots. As soon as Under Armour decides to put out a line of 30DDs, I will probably buy one!
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