This gorgeous sports bra is made from moisture-wicking material that stays dry during low and medium intensity workouts. The bra has support material in the shoulder straps, double layer front, and a wide elastic band to ensure constant support.
(Note: sizing is geared for low impact sports, like yoga, or all day wear. They will feel loose for running or other high impact activities and you may wish to size down, or layer)
• Available in sizes XS-2XL
• 82% polyester, 18% spandex
• Moisture-wicking fabric
• Four-way stretch material stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
• Scoop neckline and racerback
• Flat seams and bias binding that eliminate rubbing
• Best for A-C cups
• Support material in shoulder straps, double layer front, and a wide elastic under breasts
|Bust (inches)||33||34 ½||36 ¼||37 ¾||40 ⅞||44|
|Waist (inches)||25||26 ¾||28 ¼||29 ⅞||33||36|
|Length (inches)||10 ¼||11||11 ¾||13||13 ¾||14 ⅝|
Hannah Hawley –
Based on the size chart, I ended up ordering the XXL and it was too big! It was great for yoga and walking and hiking and lifting but it didn’t offer enough support for running and skating and other forms of cardio.
That said, I believe in a smaller size (which I just ordered), I will have no problems with any of those activities. I will keep you posted!
The bra is super comfortable, stretchy, wide band holds it in place, and the design is fantastic! I cannot wait to get a pair of the capris to wear with it.
Nicole Sibley –
Today I got a workout in with the new NE Spahtens sports bra. On first glance, the bra is quite stylish looking. Who doesn’t love barbed wire crisscrossing one’s bosom? The bra is super soft, made of a similar material to the new capri pants. It’s very stretchy, again similar to the pants. While this is a pro for the capris, it’s a bit of a con for the bra as it translates to the bra not being super supportive.
For my day-to-day, I wear a 32C, and I selected the size small sports bra. I kind of wish I went with the extra-small, as it seems to run a bit large. If you’re on the fence about what size to wear, size down. The bra is stretchy, so you’ll be able to get it over your shoulders to put it on without too much effort.
It’s a compression bra, and I would have like a bit more of a snug fit. The wide band designed to go below the breast and offer support is a bit low on me to be ideal. The coverage up top is good – the bra comes up high and there’s no worry about too much cleavage showing.
Since the bra is fashionable and in a comfortable fabric but not super supportive, I will opt to wear it for lift days more than for running. It should be great for hiking too. If it’s a hot day and I want to wear it for an OCR event, I might opt to double up. Plus, it will look killer paired with my NES capris.