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Anita Women's Extreme Control Sport Bra

$69.00

Size

34D
36D
34B
34E
36C

Color

Desert
White
Black Gray

The Anita Women's Extreme Control Sport Bra is a best-selling high impact sports bra that knows no compromise! It features three-section cups, supported at the sides with a clever side sling solution all the while providing maximum support. High-support pique fabric and net panels at the back regulate the moisture level and ensure that the skin remains dry. The side support function enhances the shape of the breast and provides chafe-free support.

  • Style # 5527
  • Breathable, Highly functional piqué fabric, for quick moisture absorption and ensures that the skin remains dry
  • Ergonomically shaped support straps, padding throughout prevents shoulder and neck discomfort
  • Breathable mesh back 
  • Seamless, microfibre towelling inner cups for extra support and pleasant comfort; does not chafe the breast
  • The soft microfibre underbust band provides firm support and moulds to the body's contours
  • Support Level: Maximum Support
  • 80% Polyester, 10% Nylon, 5% Polyurethane, 5% Cotton.
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