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BANDA: Parándote derecha con un bra sin relleno, mide alrededor de tu pecho justo debajo de tus brazos, exactamente arriba de tu busto. Si el resultado es una fracción, redondea al siguiente número entero. (Ejemplo: 33.7" redondeado al siguiente número entero, tu medida sería 34")
BUSTO: Con un bra sin relleno, mide holgadamente alrededor de la parte más ancha de tu busto. Redondea hasta el siguiente número entero. (ejemplo: 34,5” se redondea al siguiente número entero, por lo que la talla es la 35”)
COPA: Para saber tu copa, resta la talla de tu busto a la de tu banda. (1” de diferencia = Copa A, 2” Copa B, 3” Copa C, 4” Copa D, 5” Copa DD)
Ultra-apretado, como “segunda piel” que te cubre y hace sentir más fuerte.
Se mantiene pegado a la piel para un ajuste aerodinámico sin la restricción de la compresión.
Un corte completo y más generoso para mayor libertad de movimiento y un ajuste relajado.
Debes iniciar sesión para poder compartir por correo electrónico.
La innovación original que nuestro fundador soñó mientras sudaba bajo el sol del verano. Esta tela súper transpirable que absorbe el sudor y regula la temperatura de tu cuerpo para que te sientas más fresco, más seco y más ligero que nunca.
The cut and style of this is really nice, I got a white one and the mesh panels are a nice touch. I'm a 34DDD ... and got a M... only complaints are that you have to pull the sides (like arm pit boob area) of it as you move around. Probably should have just gone up a size, but I'd still wear it for low impact or just walking around during the summer months under tees.
this bra offers a lot of support for more vigorous activities such as running. I have a hard time finding a bra that can keep the ladies in check while running but this one was great. It fits super snug so nothings movingmuch but still some how keeps you dry!
This is by far my favorite UA sports bra! Some of their other bras are too long and roll, causing them to be uncomfortable. I can wear these all day with no issues, yet they provide enough support for crossfit type works.
These reviews are hilarious. I can definitely see why larger chested ladies would not like this one. It is difficult to get on and off, which is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. Also, the seam between the 2 materials shows under certain fitted tops and sort of looks like you're wearing some form of medieval undergarment. A corset, perhaps? Strangely, I still like this bra. Once the thing it on it's great for spin and bootcamp class, is comfortable, and even looks cute sometimes. I'm a 32 D.
This was my first sports bra ever. Sports bras are generally supposed to be comfortable but after wearing this for about an hr I felt like there was construction going on on my shoulder and below my head.. I almost wanted to rip this out in public and just have my boobs hanging there. I have never felt this much pain on the back of my neck before. I was so restless. I would not advise anyone to get this bra seriously. This is the ,most uncomfortable bra I have ever had on and I wear a lot of underwire bras. Its hard to say anything nice about this bra when I feel like my head is about to fall off my neck.
I wasn't sure which bra to order: so I ordered a number of them - all out of the MID category because I'm a 32B (leaning towards C these days) so I don't need the heavy duty bras but more than the light stuff. I play hockey - both ice hockey and floor hockey - and I work out in a gym. My biggest complaint with bras is the pinch in the side-boob area - which I think is combination of maximum compression, and too much material on the sides/under armpits. This review will cover the bra you're looking at, but it will also mention the others, too, since I compare them to one another.
For the 'Women’s Armour® Breathe Sports Bra': if you want LESS compression, but still the support you come to expect from UnderArmour: highly recommend. Definitely outside the pinch zone but still supportive. Tends towards the cleavagy side. If I am going to be doing a lot of running (floor hockey) I will reach for the Mid Sports Bra or the Crossback Mid. If it happens to be the Breathe that I grab: it still performs admirably, I just have a lot of cleavage to contain. I will mention the Breathe has a bit of meshing to it that is an aesthetic touch moreso than a practical one - or at least I can't figure a 'reason' for it. Not to say I don't like it: I think it looks cute.
The Crossback Mid bra gives me the support and compression I need - without the pinch. This bra does not compress so much that you feel that pinch. That being said: I couldn't wear this bra all day long. This is definitely the type of bra you put on for your sport, then take off after. I have definitely had back-to-back games where it has stood up wonderfully (no sagging or loosening from repeated heating/sweating). But I was glad to take it off in the end. It does give me cleavage since it does not compress as much as other bras - but the support is lock-tite.
I also bought the 'Women’s Armour Mid Sports Bra' - which, if you are looking for something that HAS more compression to keep the girls under wraps: then that is the bra for you. I have next to no cleavage when I wear the Mid Sports Bra. BUT! if I wear it for too long: I start to feel the pinch as I find the material under the arms is a bit higher on this bra than compared to others, especially the Breathe sports bra.
All three bras are made of similar materials (kind of slippery) and I have never had any issues sweating in any of them.
If you are looking for a super comfortable bra that you can wear all day that still provides coverage: check out the Shape line in the Mid support section. I wear mine to lounge around, travel (in comfort) or for my athletic pursuits. It is a soft material, not slippery like the others. That being said, it has worn faster than my other UA bras. I do note that it has gone through the washer and dryer a number of times (my others are hang dry only) and since I live in the bra pretty much every weekend (and some weeknights) it shows. I will still buy another in my next order. Because even with the wear: it's like a hug for your boobs. And who doesn't want that?
5'5" 130 lbs 32B
I purchased this in a beautiful vibrant orange color in a size small. Love the color and love it once on. However, while it was difficult to get on, due to the little flexibility in the lower strap, it was almost impossible to get off while sweaty. I seriously considered cutting it off. I wear a 34B in a regular bra and so bought the small. I tried on the medium but the bottom band was too loose, so the small was really the right size. I like the light padding and the way it goes all the way across - nothing that has to be moved around for the right placement. I also like the mesh panels. I just wish this bra had a hook and/or a more flexible bottom band.
So, if you're in your late 50s, had a couple of kids, and now sporting two pancakes up top, stay away from this bra. On me, it looks super unflattering.
It is best suited for very small chested ladies, and for light to moderate (at best) activities.
If you are very perky, or have implants, this bra might work for you without giving you the uniboob.
I purchased Medium, according to the size chart (I'm 34B), and it is a bit loose. If I went with Small, it would be too small.
Love the color though; I got the Combat green/black.
I wore this bra recently during a 10k road race and for the first time ever in my life I experienced nipple chafing. Needless to say, I will retire this bra to low impact activities. The bra is well constructed, but the material does not agree with my chest!
Dear Under Armour,
You still don't get it. Women's bodies are not restricted to five sizes (xs, s, m, lg, xl) and yet, you claim to be so innovative and supportive of women and fitness.
Ladies, if you're over a B-cup, this bra is NOT for you unless you embrace the unsupportive "uniboob" look. I would wear this bra for an extremely low impact activity, like reading a book on the couch, or opening my mail. That is about it.