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Chantelle Women's Sport High Impact Convertible Bra




The Chantelle Women's Sport High Impact Convertible Bra reduces bounce up to 68 percent , the full-support high impact convertible sports bra effectively contains, supports, and lifts during high-impact activity. Made of soft and breathable microfiber, this full-coverage style will keep you supported and comfortable, up to an H cup. Clip the attached j-hook together on the straps to easily convert into a racer back. 

This style's band runs slightly tighter than other Chantelle bra styles. We recommend sizing up one band size and down one cup size if you prefer a more comfortable fit. (For example, if you regularly wear a 32D, we recommend trying a 34C.)

  • Style # 2941
  • Hook and Eye closure
  • Reduces bounce up to 68 percent during high impact activities
  • Foam underwire cups lie smooth under clothing and provide no show through
  • Knit External: 82% Polyamide, 18% Spandex; Knit Low Cup: 80% Polyamide, 20% Spandex; Knit Lining Inside: 100% Polyester; Knit Lining Back: 85% Polyamide, 15% Spandex; Knit Lining High: 100% Cotton
  • Made in France
  • Hand Wash Only
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