HI TWENTY BRA
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.
- Plya Interlock Compression (polyester / spandex)
- mesh panel at center back (nylon/spandex)
- racerback silhouette
- removable cups
- compression level: 2
- constructed with Bluesign Approved Fabrics
I wear a 32B and ordered this bra in a size 4. It's so comfy and supportive! For my chest size and preferences, it has the ideal combo of eliminating bounce while still being comfy enough to wear for a whole day of hiking, fieldwork, etc. It's also just the right level of coverage to wear on its own, and the mesh panel genuinely does help with back sweat (in addition to being cute). I'm a little concerned about how the straps will hold up long-term (they don't adjust and are a touch loose on me to start, so if they stretch at all the bra won't fit effectively), but so far I have only positive things to say about this bra!
I'm 5'9, 135 lb, 34B with a wide-ish ribcage and I wear this bra in a size 4. It's pretty compressive in that size, but comfortable and supportive enough for long runs. I reach for it first when it's clean!
I came back to Oiselle's website to see if I can purchase more of these bras, and I see they're sold out! No big surprise they're sold out; I found this bra to be very comfortable for runs, lounging, and found it to be very cute and flattering. Make more of these, please!
This is my favorite bra. It’s comfortable, supportive, and cute! Please make more!
I ordered this bra and the Lesko bra. I'm a 34C/32D and got a size 6 in both. Although both bras say they are "compression level 2," the Lesko felt much more supportive, whereas the High Twenty has way too much bounce for me to comfortably run in. It's also a bit lower cut to where I start to pop out if I move around too much. However, it's very comfortable so I decided to keep it for lounging and low impact activities like hiking and cycling. May be a great running bra if you have an A or B cup, try the Lesko if you're a C or D!
I wear a 32D, a 6 in the Flyout bra, and a 4 in the new Pockito bra. I ordered this bra in a size 4 really looking forward to the mesh back. The "arm holes" are tight due to the stitching not being as elastic as the fabric and give a very lumpy look on the back of the shoulders (back boobs) as well as being moderately uncomfortable since the straps are on the short side. Also not enough support to run but not docking a star since the description says bra is aimed at A-C cups. I though about ordering a size up, but the band would end up being way too loose. It is a cute bra, you just really need to be in the A-C range for it be work at all.
I'm a 32A and bought a size 2. The cut and fit are perfect: comfortable at the rib cage, just enough coverage for my needs + the heat and humidity of Dallas, no chafing, relatively easy to get on (and off after a sweaty run!), and enough compression to feel comfortable without restricting breathing or pushing skin out over the edges of the fabric. The first thing I normally do with any sports bra is rip the pads out--they can make a bra too hot and retain more sweat/feel heavy during a run. I have *not* done that with this bra yet because the pads feel light and "one with the bra" in a way that most pads don't. The snap/empire color makes it easy for family (and, in ye olden days when we could run with friends, running buddies) to spot me on runs where we get separated.
This is the first sports bra I reach for after I do running laundry, and I wish that there were more colors and general stock of it available.
I love how supportive and comfy this bra is for my runs! Wish there were more colors available! Please make more!!