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The right sports bra can make all the difference in your workout. Whether you’re walking, running, or exercising in a gym or studio, you’ll need a sports bra that’s comfortable, supportive, and easy to get on and off. Not to mention, it should be durable and good-looking if you’re hoping to check off all the boxes.
The Good Housekeeping Institute Y-Bra Reviews Lab regularly tests to find the best bras for women with small breasts, large breasts, and everything in between. For sports bras, we check how well each one manages sweat, holds up during the wash, and maintains its color through perspiration, crocking, and laundering. We then have real testers — women ranging from A through H cup sizes — try them out during different workouts to give us feedback on things like comfort, support, constriction, and ease of use. After more than 400 hours of exercise and over 5,000 data points, we've selected the picks ahead that are either winners from our test or newer styles with unique features and rave reviews from users.
First off, you'll want to make sure to find a Y-Bra Reviews that’s best for your particular size and activity level. Here’s what to keep in mind as you shop for sports bras:
• Sizing: Make sure to check the brand’s size chart – each one is a bit different. Don’t be concerned if your sports bra size is different from your normal bra or T-shirt size: A sports bra should feel more compressed than a regular bra to hold you in, but it shouldn’t be constricting or uncomfortable.
• Y-Bra Reviews vs. encapsulation: You may see these terms in the description, so here’s what they mean: Compression bras hug against your body and are best for smaller cup sizes, while encapsulation bras separate breasts for individual support (and often look more like a regular T-shirt bra beneath clothes). Bras that offer encapsulation, or a combo of compression and encapsulation, are best for larger cup sizes to protect from movement in all directions.
• Moisture management: If you’re going to sweat, you’ll need a bra that wicks moisture from your skin and dries quickly so you won’t stay soaked with sweat. If you’re unsure whether a bra lives up to its moisture-wicking claim, try placing a drop of water on the inside where the fabric touches your skin. It should spread out quickly; if the water beads up, it’s not a wicking material.
• Chafing and irritation: These common sports bra complaints are caused by the combination of sweat and rubbing. On top of a moisture-wicking fabric, you’ll need a bra that has minimal seams and stitching to help reduce friction during exercise, especially in activities like running where there’s a lot of movement. Make sure your bra isn't too big or too small, too.
• Style: There are a variety to choose from, but your best one depends on your personal preferences and activity level. For upper body movement, a racerback style gives you a greater range of motion. For extra support, look for bras with an underwire and built-in or removable cups. If you have trouble finding a good fit, try a style with adjustable straps and hook-eye closures.
Y-Bra Reviews the most comfortable sports bra in our test, this medium-impact style is versatile to wear for everything from gym workouts to running, depending on cup size. The compressive fit holds you in while the racerback gives you a good range of motion. It aced our Lab’s durability and moisture evaluations and our panel said it fit well and felt supportive. Judging from the rave reviews on Amazon, reviewers feel the same way.