Customer Reviews Of:
Moving Comfort Cara Bra - Underwire, Medium Impact (For Women)

Closeouts. From workday to workout, Moving Comfort's Cara bra features a sturdy, medium-impact design with supported, underwire cups, ventilating powermesh panels and comfy padded straps.

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  • Reviewed by Kay from Chicago on Monday, December 9, 2013
    I typically wear a 32C now after years of wearing 34B. I was looking for a particular moving comfort sports bra, no wire, back clasp, and STP did not have it available at the moment I was looking. This bra seemed close in style. When I got it, there was way too much material in the cups. Not a go.
  • Reviewed by Long-distance Hiker from Massachusetts on Tuesday, October 22, 2013
    After years of wearing unsupportive bras, I finally found one that's comfortable, supportive, well-constructed, and flattering. The "Cara" bra is also one of the only so-called sports bras that is more like a traditional bra with underwire cups--it doesn't give the wearer the "uniboob" look. It's also not padded (my preference)--which is great for ventilation (during heavy-exertion activity) but means that the contour of one's nipples may be visible under thin shirts (no concern of mine). After buying my first "Cara" bra, I've since bought five more, partly out of concern that Moving Comfort is discontinuing (or has already discontinued?) this bra--which would be too bad, since I'm one of many women who love the "Cara" bra. I wear it everyday, and also on long-distance hikes (of weeks or months at a time). The cup size of the bra is a little large, though--buy one size smaller. I usually wear a 34D, for example, but the 34C fits perfectly.
  • Reviewed by Grandma from Pennsylvania on Thursday, October 10, 2013
    Perfect bra for all day wear Great lift, support and comfort for older women
  • Reviewed by High Desert Shopper from Albuquerque, NM on Monday, June 24, 2013
    I've bought Moving Comfort bras for years, and looked forward to this style as an alternative to the more 'squashed' look of more traditional sports bras. I bought 4- and have already returned them all.
    The bra seemed well made, and I loved the fact that the straps and back were adjustable. BUT: although the band fit properly, the cups were oddly molded. I agree with an earlier review- the cups seemed to be mis-sized. I am a 34C, and these cups would have been a fit for perhaps a 36C.
    I ordered a 34B, thinking this might solve the problem. NOT. The cups on this bra wrinkled too- as well as squashing anything squashable! I returned this bra as well.
    I have to wonder if some of these bras are simply mis-sewn, but are being sent to Sierra TP anyway? (NOTE: I tried another style moving comfort, and had to return this as well, as the entire bra fit like maybe a size 32. I bought another moving comfort from a second source, and it fits well- as this brand always has. The whole process was frustrating- and considering the shipping, an expensive process.
    STP- perhaps you're being sent bad product?
  • Reviewed by roadrunner from North Carolina on Sunday, June 23, 2013
    I should have listened to the reviews that questioned the fit and sizing. I returned this bra due to being too tight in the band while being too oddly shaped in the cups. This is not my usual experience with Moving Comfort items.
  • Reviewed by Anonymous from Lincoln, NE on Wednesday, June 5, 2013
    As other reviewers have mentioned, this bra tends to send your breasts out at odd angles. I knew immediately that I was sending it back, so I didn't put a shirt on over it. It might work well as a Martian costume for Halloween.
  • Reviewed by Upstate InfoPro from Upstate NY on Tuesday, June 4, 2013
    I guess "medium impact" means it actually fits like a bra and not a restraining strap! Very simply, this sports bra is great; I love it. I ordered a 34 C and it FITS like a 34 C (read: it actually has cups, what a concept); it's a sports bra with hooks in the back rather than one of those pull on/pull off (good luck with that...) contraptions that I have vowed "no more of those..." Although billed as "medium impact," I find it just fine for running (as well in machines in the gym). Yay.
  • Reviewed by Online Shopper from Minneapolis on Wednesday, May 29, 2013
    I love this bra. It should be for high impact because it holds like it. The quality is excellent and the fit is great. I would highly recommend it.
  • Reviewed by MsMPH from Tucson, AZ on Monday, May 20, 2013
    Tight around the ribcage and baggy in the boobies. Didn't work for me. Always a 34C, but nope. Not here. Might fit with a 36B, but don't want to deal with the hassle of exchanging. That said, if you decide to go ahead, size up in bust, size down in cup. Also a heads up, the fabric is nice and has a double layer but won't offer much protection when things get "chilly."
  • Reviewed by Kris from Virginia on Tuesday, May 14, 2013
    Size 34D was true to size. Medium-impact is a good description. The bra was fine for Zumba, but allowed a bit too much bounce for higher-impact activities. The side panel was a bit stiff at first.
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