- 80% of women wear the wrong bra size
- Women should be fit for a bra at least once a year
- The average life span of a sports bra is 6-12 months
- Not all bras are created equal
- A woman should be re-measured for a sports bra after significant weight gain/loss or pregnancy.
Proper fit will provide you with the freedom to move and exercise with comfort and confidence. We start our bra FIT process with questions about your activities and style preferences. Next, we take careful measurements and translate them into the correct sports bra. Based on size and activity, we will select a few bras for you to try. We will offer tips and advice to help you reach your goals throughout the process. Here are a few places to pay attention to:
Comfort – A good sports bra should feel comfortable, stay in place, and not chafe. The straps should not dig into the shoulders, and the band should be comfortably snug to offer support but not feel restrictive. Do jumping jacks, run in place, and swing your arms side to side to make sure what feels good on is comfortable and supportive when you're in motion.
Support - A compression bra will offer support and comfort if you're a small or medium-breasted woman (A to C cup). Or, if you prefer, you can choose a bra that offers encapsulation for shaping and support. If you're a more prominent breasted woman (C to FF cup), encapsulating styles that separate and support your breasts are more comfortable and supportive than compression bras. For maximum support, choose a run bra that does both.
Moisture Control and Breathability - A good sports bra will wick sweat away from the skin, dry quickly, be breathable, and allow perspiration and excess heat to pass through. It should also keep you cool and dry when it's hot and dry and warm when it's cold.
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