Reviewed by desertcastaway from AZ on Sunday, September 15, 2013
IF I were six inches taller and IF I were someone who wore tops like this without anything over them, this would be beautiful. I would even have sewn the racer-back shorter (which would have been easy), except the front wrap styling created folds that looked fine on their own, but showed awkwardly under a shirt. The cups gapped oddly at the top edge, sort of below where it becomes the strap--this was mostly gone when I took the slack out of the racer back. The fabric is very nice, but not as soft as the Sophia bra. I wear a 38B regularly and the XL fit well except for the length of the straps.
Reviewed by Dee M from Mililani, HI on Tuesday, April 9, 2013
I wear a large but wanted something loose so I ordered one size up. OMG, it is tiny. I looked at it and didn't bother trying to put it on because it does not "stretch" as much as some of the other sports top I own. I wasn't interested in support as the description said "low impact". The material is also thicker than anything else I own so I know it is not dri-fit and I would swear buckets. Very disappointed.
Reviewed by Cornish Rex lover from Rochester NY on Monday, April 16, 2012
I really like this bra alot, but it has a peculiar quirk. When I bend over, a part of a breast popped out!! I stitched an inch of the v in front and that stopped that. Otherwise, it is very comfortable and I love it.
Best Uses: Everyday Wear, Gym, Jogging, Low Impact Exercise
Cons: Difficult To Get On/Off, V in front not good fit
Describe Yourself: Comfort-oriented, Practical
Pros: Breathable, Comfortable, Good Support, Nice fitting, Straps That Do Not Slide
Reviewed by cavalierlover from Washington State on Tuesday, April 10, 2012
There are a couple of bad reviews for this product, but I think they were looking for a supportive bra. This isn't a bra that straps you in place, it's a comfort bra-top. It doesn't compress, but it's fabulously comfortable and looks great. I have a fairly large frame and small perky breasts (B or C cup depending on how you measure your bras/bands--36B or 34C) that don't require much support. However, I have a ton of trouble with the classic sports bras cutting into the pec muscles that connect my chest to my arm pit--and I'm not even particularly muscular. I just have a frame that matches my height. This is wonderful for not doing that (cutting in uncomfortably), but still fitting very well and being super comfortable. I do exercise DVDs at home in it, and I love it. I bought two more after trying one. I got large and I'm 5'8". I would guess that I might be able to wear a medium because these go on and off easily, but I don't fall out of them, so am happy with my size large, and they can go in the dryer and still fit fine because there's a bit to spare.
Reviewed by SMM from Colorado Springs. CO on Thursday, March 8, 2012
It didn't dawn on me either that high performance and low impact don't go together. I am 5'1" with normally a 34C bust but am currently breastfeeding. I ordered a medium. The fabric on the sides was gaping, and my breasts literally fell out of the bra when I was doing yoga. Thank goodness it was in my living room!