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- Average Customer Review: 34 customer reviews
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Under Armour Women's Armour 2.0 Bra
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Maximum control, wire-free sports bra for D-cups Back adjustable stretch straps 3 column, 2 row hook and eye back closure Moisture-wicking, stretch microfiber Full coverage cups with removable foam inserts
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After a good minute or two of laughter, I decided that if the bra wasn't going to come to my chest, I'd have to bend forward and bring my chest to the bra. Once I was in, I was able to pull the band down, and while it isn't a super comfortable bra I could wear all day like the open back style, I can see it being good for high impact activities where you do not want any bounce at all.
I must also give it some credit that even though it's quite tight, I don't feel the same amount of pressure in the straps and band that I have in some other sports bras, the design has separate cups so it isn't as bad of a uniboob situation as you might be imagining, and while I felt flattened, I didn't have that weird squashed shape that many restrictive sports bras can give.
I want to reiterate that the difference is not just because of the racerback one being a smaller cup size, it's the combination of not having adjustable straps and the racerback shape that make it feel like a very different bra.