4/5 Bewb-smashing sports bra that is difficult to do up/put on, if wearing it as racerback, but does reduce bounce and looks cute.
This is a good bra, overall. As always, sizing is where it matters most. But the bra is decent quality and comfortable to wear.
Evidently, I didn’t read the reviews before buying. I’ve gained weight, and my 30-32G underwires are killing me. So, I opted to go up in band size (and down in cup size, since cups should get larger with band size), and try another wire-free bra.
Well, the reviews suggest this is the opposite of what one should do, compared to one’s typical size. All I can say is, the 34 band is pretty big, and I could wear it on the last row, despite my weight gain, while the F cups are smaller than I expected they’d be with a 34 band, and they create mono-bewb.
After first wash and wear, the fabric creaked a lot ‘til it wore-in. I get my husband to attach the j-hook, to make it racerback. I don’t think I could do-up 4 rows of hooks if I did the racerback first, then pulled it over my head, yet I can’t reach the j-hook if I do the back closure first. (Some of y’all must be gymnasts! LOL)
As always, I’m still desperate to find a FRONT-CLOSING, racerback bra, and cut out all this behind-the-back groping, bra spinning nonsense. (How I miss being a D cup, and being able to buy countless front-closing bra styles.)