Rated 3.5 out of 5Â by 69
Rated 2 out of 5Â by DDinNC Nice fit, but plastic clips in front are a big no!
Good fit for a DD cup. Holds things in place well while exercising. However, the awful plastic clips in the front won't stop moving up and down. I'm afraid these will break any time now! For the price, the bra is not worth it due to the plastic clips. I would expect a much better quality than that. Very disappointed when this bra came in. I really wish I would have returned it rather than take the chance with it.
February 8, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5Â by praxis Used to be a great sports bra
I have been buying this model sports bra for many years, but the quality and fit have deteriorated in the last couple of years. The bra used to provide more support: the straps are now too stretchy and there seems to be less cotton in the fabric and in more areas than previously, which lessens support. The closure at the back used to have hooks and an adjustable snap, and enough fabric under the hooks, so they didn't dig into your back. The way the straps are adjusted has also changed to the front and the metal pieces now dig into the front of the shoulders. I think the manufacturer changed suppliers to get a cheaper product, but the price has increased! I gave the product an extra star because it USED to be good.
September 19, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Indi We need metal parts(not plastic)
For years this was my go to bra and I would still have to double bra for runs. I was active duty military and wore this bra for field stays and well as physical fitness tests. That was 10 years ago. I started training for a 5K recently and bought 3 of these for me,36DDD. These new bras run VERY small and ALL of them broke at the plastic piece(it use to be metal) at the strap. Please bring back the better quality materials for large sizes and exercise bras.
February 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by kirsten1red Good, but no longer great
I used this bra exclusively for all things outdoors for 15 years. However, the newer stretchy material does not hold my girls down like the previous cotton ones did. Also, like another person mentioned, the clips on the straps now slip vertical instead of staying horizontal, probably due to the change in material. While I understand that I can loosen the straps, this defeats the purpose of keeping things tight to reduce movement. I am now looking for a new bra that can contain my DD/DDD ladies when I'm jogging.
April 1, 2013