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This highly evolved sports bra is as strong as it is beautiful. Built for maximum support and comfort, Juno is a perfect match for C cup-plus women who want a racerback style that covers, supports, and is fashionable. Seam-free interior molded cups offer superior support, shape, modesty, and maximum transfer with a seamless look. Bonded material at the neckline, armholes, and back opening create less bulk, and smooth, chafe-free comfort while front and back mesh zones keep you cool. Front adjustable straps with concealed hook-and-loop closure offer adjustability while bonded shaped straps help stabilize and are cushioned for comfort. Adjustable signature keyhole back helps with easy on/off and custom fit.
Gravity-defying, super-supportive technical feaatures combine innovation and moderate contouring in a powerhouse racer-back bra. Advanced, functional features in a flattering style.
Best support I've found, and easy access for breast feeding.Published 7 days ago by Michael Hernandez
If you are a bigger busted girl and like to exercise with running or any jumping move this is the sports bra for you. Read morePublished 11 days ago by HEIDIpat
Got this bra for working out while nursing. Worked well because the straps are Velcro so I could nurse and kept the ladies tamed while doing everything from just being out and... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Alyson W.
I so wanted this bra to work out for me but it sorely did not. Literally. The Fiona is much better choice--simply for getting the bra on and off. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Reviewer
I follow the tips on moveingcomfort website and measure myself , and I chose 32C , it's very suitable and keep me move comfortably. when I run 8km/h, I don't feel tight .Published 27 days ago by Lv Xiaoli
Yes-It's hard to get into. But, I actually like the fit. However, only after a few uses, the back clasps started to tear away from the fabric. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathy Pickrell