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ESTHER BRA

$32 $64

EMPIRE FLYING BIRDS PRINT
LAPIS
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The Esther Bra is designed specifically for C/D cups that need solid support for high impact sports, but perhaps not as much as that of the band/cup bras, such as Sisters and Queen. The strength of Esther is in the thoughtful combination of elements: our plush ribbed elastic at the chest band, wide padded straps that have stretch and no-stretch where needed, adjustable plush elastic straps at the back that can convert to straight or cross back, and finally, a unique cup design. Rather than molded, padded cups, Esther has a special heat molded liner (without removable pads) that creates encapsulation for the breasts, combined with strong and supportive compression. The net is higher support - without losing the beloved simplicity of a sports bra that is pull-on-and-go!

- Plya Interlock fabric (polyester / spandex)
- Straps are covered, padded, and stable for minimal bounce
- Adjustable and convertible straps for different levels of support

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Soft, comfortable, not supportive

I usually wear the Queen bra and wanted a lower profile alternative for hot days and shorter runs. This bra is incredibly soft and comfortable. The straps are really nice and don't dig into the neck or shoulders. And the band is sturdy - the ladies won't pop out. But it offers very little support. When I read "heat molded liner" I expected something a little more substantial and compressive in the bra - but instead it is comprised of a silky, non-compressive fabric that shows every detail of your anatomy when you get cold. Aside from the lack of modesty, the bra didn't offer enough support when I ran in it. For reference, I'm a solid 32D, wear a 34C in the Queen and got a size 4 in this bra. I did keep the bra - I thought it would be nice for sitting around a campfire or doing yard work. But it definitely did not offer me enough support for high impact activities, and I just wasn't comfortable with how much detail you could see through it.

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