Closeouts. New Balance's Fit Crop sports bra is made of moisture-wicking Lightning Dry® fabric and boasts molded cups and a flexible underwire for the comfortable fit and support you need for workouts.
Touch-fasten adjustable shoulder straps
Lightning Dry® fabric wicks moisture away from the skin
Reviewed by wzl from slc, ut on Thursday, October 27, 2011
As a 36 DD I have a hard time finding a sports bra that doesn't crush my front into a sweaty lump. This bra works. The label says for medium impact, which is fine for my workouts. A note on size. When I first saw this item online, the DD size wasn't listed, so ordered it in an E. The bra that ca...
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Reviewed by JustOneMoreHill from Arizona on Saturday, June 9, 2012
Had I never tried on, worn or owned a Moving Comfort Sport bra I would think this New Balance bra was amazing. But I know about Moving Comfort so this is a good 2nd. Jury is still out since I am recovering from a pretty nasty tumble- so I had enough trouble just getting the bra on let alone putting to any test. I did jump around once I had it on and didn't feel like the girls were bouncing with me. Straps are not very easy to get to, let alone adjut. And I have no idea how I will get into this with the straps crossed in back- although I do think this bra will be more comfortable and versitle that way, plus it's the reason I ordered it. "DD" cups seem a bit big- or maybe I'm shrinking. I also felt that this bra lacked support/structure under the armpit, above the underwire/cup and the straps lack elasticity. Give me a week or two to full recover and I will see how this baby performs on a run, the bike and at yoga. I do think this would work as a gym to job bra, and that is worth keping it for.
Reviewed by SK from Pacific Northwest on Thursday, June 7, 2012
This bra was okay. It was comfortable and offered a fair amount of support (according to my jog-in-place-jump-up-and-down-bend-over-twist-and-shout test). I might wear it for running doubled with a built in bra top, but I think I will probably send it back and put the refund money toward a bra that will be more versatile for me.
Band Size: Feels true to size
Best Uses: Jogging, Low Impact Exercise
Cup Fit: Feels true to size
Describe Yourself: Comfort-oriented, Practical, Runner, Stylish, Very Active
Reviewed by Northern Woman from Spring Lake, MI on Friday, April 20, 2012
I use this bra for elliptical workouts, yard work, general wear, etc. I like the fact it supports the breasts while maintaining shape; no uni-bust look. Sturdy and well constructed, and not too difficult to get on (once the straps are adjusted). It doesn't have scratchy parts like some bras.
Band Size: Feels true to size
Best Uses: Everyday Wear, Gym, High Impact Exercise, Jogging, Low Impact Exercise
Reviewed by Cathnurse from Missoula, MT on Wednesday, April 18, 2012
It's hard to find sports bras in a cup size. I wear a 34DD so mediums I bulge out of and large is too big around the band. This bra has the option to cross the straps in the back or wear them traditionally. When I crossed them, it felt too tight and was difficult to put on, but worn traditionally, the fit is great. I was a little concerned about having underwires, but they are very comfortable.The price was also great compared to what I normally have to pay for a bra of this quality.
Reviewed by Vegan GMa from Long Beach CA on Tuesday, March 13, 2012
I use this sport bra for my cycling and gym workouts. It wicks away the perspiration (and I do perspire a lot!) unlike the other sports bras I have tried. There is nothing worse, after a great workout, than a cold, perspiration soaked bra, plastered to your chest! That never happens with this bra. It separates and supports each breast instead of compressing them into the uniboob look. I would not recommend it for very high impact sports.
Best Uses: Cycling, Gym workout
Pros: Adjustable, Great Fit, moisture control, no uniboob, Support