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Comfortable, and the fit is great. Sometimes bras like this can be cut too skimpy around the breast area but this doesn't at all, you are definately secure. You can wear it alone or it is also thin enough to wear underneath another sports bra
The color and design of this bra was attractive so I decided to try it. Unfortunately, despite the flattering and comfortable fit of the chest band and cups, the straps were just terrible. I was looking to replace some worn out thin strap bras with a few of these bras, but my old bras proved to be more comfortable and durable. I purchased the blue color and the straps were less than supportive and pieces of blue fabric flaked off the straps when I tried to adjust them. The little oblong plastic loops the straps ran through kept turning and twisting the straps when tension was applied. Also, the material chafes quite a bit on my 6 mile run. All of these things added up to much dissatisfaction with this purchase. It had to go back.
When I bought this bra I was scared it was a little too big. However it fits amazing. Super comfy and has a lot more support then I thought! I'm small chested though so not much is needed though. Holds in place without being too tight and hard to take off:) It goes amazing with my adidas three stripe soccer pants too;)
I really, really like it. It's great quality, fits very comfortably and has more padding and support than what I thought it would. So far I've had no problems with it at all so I'm very happy with it.
The bra has more support and padding than I thought it would have. It's says for use with light exercise but I have used it for crossfit and had no problems what so ever, love the fit at the back, prefer it if to my other sports bras.
I was really happy to receive this bra because it's a great fit and perfect for most of my workouts (except for maybe long runs; I'd recommend something with more support for hardcore runners). So I promptly cut the tags off and wore it. However, the stub left by the tags was so thick (it is in about 6 different languages and the tags are a little stack) that it actually rubbed my back so much that now I have a sore scab there. I had to rip out the tags but it did take out some stitches. I hope it doesn't make a hole in future. This should really be considered in how tags are sewn into garments like this - take a cue, Adidas, from other brands who instead put really long, easily removed (without damage) tags. Kind of a bummer, actually. The straps also left red marks on my shoulders where some of the stitching was done in a rough thread.