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Anita Microenergen Comfort Soft Bra

$109.00

Size

34F
36G
34G
40H
34H
38H

Color

Skin

The Anita Microenergen Comfort Soft Bra provides relaxation in a very special manner. The specially developed Meryl-micro knitted fabric in the three-section cups is particularly strong and supporting. The wide, padded support straps have an impressive supporting function and therefore relieve strain on the shoulders and neck. Available through to cup size H!

  • Style # 5409
  • The wide, padded support straps have an impressive supporting function and therefore relieve strain on the shoulders and neck.
  • Three-piece cups. Lower cup with microfibre lining.
  • Wide, padded straps with lateral reinforcement in shoulder area to prevent constriction and relieve neck and shoulders.
  • Longitudinal stretch material in back area adapts to your body height and moves with you. For heavy breasts.
  • Body panel in special micro-fabric guarantees support up to large sizes. Wide, hook-fastening band with 3-fold adjustment. Reliefs strain in case of lymphoedemas.
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • 75% Nylon, 20% Elastane, 5% Polyester
  • Delicate wash 40°. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry
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