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Wacoal Sport Contour Underwire Bra

$70.00

Color

Black / Lilac Gray

Cup Size

C
D
DD
DDD
G

Band Size

34
36
38
40
32

The Wacoal Sport Contour Underwire Bra is Fashion meets function. Breathable cups of spacer fabric provide modesty while the design minimizes bounce, so you can focus on your workout. Plus, mesh details add a sporty look that will take you easily to your fitness class and beyond.

  • Style # 853302
  • Underwire Sports Bra
  • Maximum support for medium-impact activities
  • Moisture-wicking fabric helps to keep skin dry
  • Cups of breathable spacer fabric provide the opacity of a padded bra without the weight
  • Simplex fabric frame in top and side of cups helps to minimize bounce
  • Mesh detail on cups and back for a sporty look
  • Cushioned front straps for added comfort
  • Close-set back straps prevent slipping
  • Back adjustable straps convert to crisscross style
  • Hook-and-eye back closure
  • Fabric content: Cups: 90% Polyester/10% Spandex; Back:80% Nylon/20% Spandex; Back Lining: 68% Nylon/32% Spandex; Cup Sling: 100% Polyester 
  • US Sizing*
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