Powerful performance meets cute design in the Moving Comfort Vixen pull-over bra. It offers support, shape and femininity, plus an open racerback for a touch of sexiness and excellent range of motion.
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Comments: What is it about sports bra makers? They think every female runner wants padding, and Moving Comfort is one of the culprits. I'll take headlights any day over sweat-soaking padding. I used to wear the Melbourne, which was a no-nonsense compression bra WITHOUT any padding. Alas, it was discontinued so I've been looking for a replacement. You have to be a contortionist to put on or take the Vixen off. Once on, it's all right and supports the girls but it doesn't totally stop them from bouncing as a true compression bra would. (And I'm not overly big on top, either.) If you sweat, you have all of that padding soaking up and holding the moisture against your skin. Imagine a baby in a wet diaper. Now if you just want to look cute and perky and don't plan to really work out, this bra would be OK. But if you're a runner, plan to log some miles and sweat, then I'd think twice about buying the Vixen. From: VB, CA, USA. October 22nd 2014
Comments: Difficult to get on and off, not very supportive for larger cup size (D/DD). Returned it. Purchased the MC Fiona and love it! From: Anonymous
Comments: If you wear a 36C, don't get size medium like the details suggest. Way, way too small. I almost always wear a size large, but thought this brand might be different. Nope. And I wasn't crazy about the design if it had fit. The stripes on the front are raised and showed through my shirt. Sent it back and bought a Champion bra which fit and feels great. From: Anonymous