Hi Twenty Bra

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High fives, tens and twenties! The Hi Twenty Bra has quickly become one of our best-sellers for its minimal design and quality support. A narrow, but wide and soft chest band offers a snug fit, plus encased elastic straps, and a mesh panel in the rear, providing breathability. In the front, two layers of Plya™ Compression and removable cups. Sometimes simpler is better.


• Mesh panel at center back (nylon/spandex)
• Racerback silhouette
• Removable cups
• Compression level: 2


• Plya Interlock Compression (polyester / spandex)
• Constructed with Bluesign Approved Fabrics

Learn more on our Fabrics page.

At Oiselle, our vision is to help all women feel strong and free through the joy of running. Our mission is to design great product, build the sisterhood, and improve the sport. May we all experience the transformative power of sports and community.

Customer Reviews

Based on 52 reviews

Exchanged the size 4 for the size 6, hoping for a better fit. The 6 was right in the band where the 4 was too tight, but the 6 had too much fabric or too broad in the cups. It cut into my underarms. It seems their bras have changed in sizing and material over the years.

New favorite sports bra

I’ve been a Nike sports bra girl for years but have been looking for something new, this is the first other brand I’ve tried and really loved! Super comfortable and supportive, I sized up slightly.

Best running bra ever

Not sure what else to say — the best running bra I’ve had in nearly 25 years of running! Own 2 of the Hi 20 bras and waiting for more to come in stock. I’m about 34-36A and found the size 6 most comfortable for me. Not too tight, not too stiff, but amazing support, and looks wonderful. The inner cup lining stays in place way better than in other bras I’ve owned. Can’t wait till more size 6’s come back in stock.

Great Bra with some adjustments

The chest band is too tight. The straps are too loose. Yes, I measured carefully before I ordered. Next size up would have been too big. There is no need to have a band so tight; my ribs don’t need support! I am a marathoner, pretty skinny, and I do like to breathe when I run. MY SOLUTION: I did some surgery on it with a pair of scissors, and tied the straps together at the back and voila! Perfect! (Almost)