Are you gravitating towards Orbit?! A great option for those of us who want amazing support without the wires, this style has firm support and full coverage, so it prevents jiggle while you run, jump or dance!
This is perfect. No bounce, no slipping clasps like the multi colour (that issue seems to have been fixed by having wider fabric on the clasps in this colourway). It passed the bounce test jogging and I also wear for pilates. The shape isn't amazing and I'd never wear this for anything other than sport, but the zero bounce makes running possible and what more can you ask for? If you get bounce, get a fitting. There's simply no way your boobs could move in the right size!
I ordered this bra because I had been looking for a crop-top style bra to wear under tops for yoga. I’m not a fan of the colour way - and like other reviewers would prefer a plain black. Better still I’d like one without the weird gap so that it was a genuine crop-top shape. However, one thing I do like about the bra is that it minimises without pushing my boobs under my armpits! There is a definite front-facing positioning for the cups. This shape also works for me because I have a narrow back and shoulders. The straps sit comfortably and do not feel like they would slip off my shoulders. It’s good for yoga - but I wouldn’t run or do HIIT in it. It didn’t pass my bounce test!
Chose this sports bra as it is the only one which actually seems to limit bounce! Superb. Trouble is... the colour. Difficult to match with regular sportswear and no coordinates available to buy. Hmmm... could you maybe do it in black please? Matches most things then. Thanks.
The double strap mechanism really supportive, and the lack of padding makes the bra minimising. Colours are great but it would be nice to have more options. The only drawbacks however are there isn't enough of a separation between the breasts so they get smushed together and the adjustable shoulder straps become loose throughout the day while wearing so the support is reduced.
I bought this after a fitting in Bravissimo, so that I knew I’d got the right size. It felt great when I first put it on, with good support (I’ve previously worn a similar design by ShockAbsorber), but after running a short distance in it, I realised that the straps loosen as you run due to the slider things (that you use to tighten the straps) sliding down. So by a couple of kilometres into a run, my breastfeeding boobs had minimal support - not much fun!
I Like the model of the bra and if it would fit I think it’s supportive. But the cups were way too small. I always wear 28GG but not this time. I noticed that this is the first bra I can’t wear on the smallest hooks. So I recommend to size up. Have to send it back. Maybe I’ll try a bigger size...
I bought this for non-running activities and the support is great, almost no movement. It's my first non-underwire sports bra, so I was a bit skeptical, but it works.
First of all I want to say what a brilliant sports bra this is! I love the style and colours, the fit is excellent (I sized up from my usual 28GG to a 30GG, which is what I also do in Shock Absorber sports bras), and it offers great support that stops bounce and minimises and compresses without squashing you completely. So why have I only given it star? Unfortunately I can’t wear it because of a design fault. I was fitted at the Norwich store, then a few days later put it on to go to the gym. I noticed that the clasps, where the straps join the band, slid up to one side. On further inspection, I could see what’s causing it – the loop of fabric on the back band is much narrower than the clasp, therefore, as soon as you pull (even gently) on the band and strap, the clasp naturally slides to one side and pulls vertical and, as a result, could be a potential weak point. If I compare it to all my other bras – daily ones as well as sports – they all have clasps that match the width of the fabric, so there’s no room for them to slide around like they do on the Orbit. I contacted CS about it and they happily replaced it, but exactly the same has happened again – and I have a friend who also has the bra and has reported the same thing, so I believe it is a design fault. You need to feel absolutely confident in a sports bra, you don’t want to be thinking about it while you’re running and jumping around, and you don’t want to be holding back on your workout in case your bra clasp might break because it’s under pressure from being at a strange angle. I’m so disappointed, as it’s SUCH a great bra in all other respects. So it’s back to my trusty Shock Absorbers for now, but I sincerely hope you’ll look into this and sort out the issue either with smaller clasps, or with wider fabric to fill the clasp so they don’t slide around – thankfully it’s not a difficult solution. If and when you do, I’ll be first in the queue!