A good sports bra is an essential item in every woman’s wardrobe, in fact it is probably one of the most important bits of kit you will buy so it’s worth getting it right. Sportsister’s Rachel tested the Moving Comfort Juno Bra for running, here’s how she got on.
We love testing great looking kit here at Sportsister, but if it doesn’t perform then it gets a big thumbs down. So what did we make of the super-cool AnaNichoola Black Star cycling Jersey?
Adidas claim to have created a revolutionary running shoe with an innovative midsole that will improve your run no end. Sportsister’s Natalie decided to give the Boost Running Shoes a try to see if they live up to the hype.
Sportsister puts Lucas Hugh’s Lexington Leggings to the test
Bike helmets are not always the most exciting product to test – they do the job and sometimes they look nice too. But this helmet from Carrera is unique as it folds up by a third, making it easy to store when you are out and about. Pretty neat huh?
The most important bit of kit for cyclists is arguably a good pair of shorts – I tested this pair of Gore multi-purpose shorts on the road, and on a very mucky off-road ride and they passed both tests with flying colours.
Sportsister tests the Shock Absorber Ultimate Gym Bra
Like most women who do a variety of sports and outdoor activities, finding the perfect kit means it has to be versatile enough to adapt plus easy to mix with a range of garments. This Berghaus softshell fits the bill perfectly and has become a firm favourite in Danielle’s wardrobe.
Our CrossFit blogger Jess puts some Reebok CrossFit kit through it’s paces in the box
Minimal running shoes continue to be one of the most interesting areas of development in the running shoe market, so Danielle, our very own barefoot running fan decided to put a pair of the Brooks PureDrift to the test.