Model Number:

The Moving Comfort Just Right Racer provides great support in a cute, lightweight package. It features seam-free removable cups, a racerback pull-over style and a DriLayer® Cool interior providing you with a cooling effect for those hot workouts. And as Moving Comfort would say, "you can't judge a bra by the outside": this good-looking little number offers much more than basic compression.

Need help with sizing? Watch our How to Find Your Fit Video or How to Measure Bra Size Video


  • Black/PowerPink (017)
  • Stardust (440)


  • Removable, seam-free cups
  • Moderate-contoured shape cups
  • DriLayer® Cool inside to create a cooling effect
  • Seamless knit for increased comfort
  • DriLayer® Adapt bottom band for a personalized fit
  • Small (32AB-34A), Medium (34AB-36A), Large (36AB-38A)


  • Main Body (83% Polyester/11% Nylon/6% Spandex), a soft, moisture-transfer, supportive stretch fabric
  • Cups (100% Polyester), a soft, moisture wicking material

Bra Performance Characteristics

Cup sizes suitable for high impact activities: What's This?

  • A Cup
  • B Cup
  • C Cup
  • D Cup
  • DD Cup
  • E & F Cup

More From Brooks Women's Sale Apparel

Customer Reviews

Comments: Don't believe the write-up. This is not a classic compression sports bra nor does it provide high-impact support. At best, it's medium support for small breasted women. It contains removable pads that wad up during the wash and are a pain to reposition. On a hot day, those same pads absorb sweat, making the bra feel like a wet diaper against your chest. Maybe it's designed for low-impact yoga where you don't sweat. But for a summer run, it's uncomfortable. Take out the pads, and the bra doesn't fit correctly. Most bra manufacturers have started using padding to prevent "headlights." Even with the padding, I had headlights on a warm day. Scrap the padding. Just give me a bra that fits and works. The so-called adapt band under the chest that's supposed to provide a custom fit is too loose. Basically you bounce, even if you're small chested. I was expecting something akin to the old Melbourne. But alas, you can't get a true compression bra any more made WITHOUT padding and es pecially from Moving Comfort--soon to be bought under parent company Brooks.
From: Tori, Northern CA, USA. July 4th 2015