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.
As a keen runner the one part of my fitness wardrobe that I depend upon most is a well fitting, comfortable and supportive bra. The Juno bra is a described as a super-supportive racer back bra, meaning it should be able to withstand the most rigorous of exercise. I tested it in a 34DD and was really impressed, it lived up to it’s hype by providing great support for running as well as fitness training in the gym.
Supportive. There is absolutely no movement at all
Comfortable. What’s key about this bra is the comfort, you don’t feel like you are wearing a really tight fitting sports bra
Keeps it’s shape. After washing this bra several times it has kept it’s shape perfectly which is always a bonus!
Great looking. I love the look and colour of this bra
Fiddly to get on. At first it was a struggle to get on and the adjustable straps can be challenging. I suggest setting the straps to fit first and then put the bra on over your head.
Price. You get what you pay for here, it’s a little more expensive than most but its a great bra. Basically it’s down to how much you chose to pay for a sports bra.
For those with a larger breast size I can recommend this bra, it’s incredibly supportive and comfortable, it washes well and stays in shape every time, plus it looks great.
Sizes: 30 C,D,DD and 32 – 40 B,C,D,DD
Colours: Berry (pictured) and Black
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