Good For: This is the dream bra for women with breast implants or a larger bust-line. It will provide you with maximum support through HIIT, cardio, and running. It’s also great if you are losing weight, because you can adjust the straps to fit your needs
Notable Attributes: This bra is totally and completely adjustable. I’m not talking about the usual adjustable straps on your usual bra; this one has a front zipper, and uses Velcro for completely adjustable shoulder straps and back straps. The back straps can be changed from an X-back to an H-back, to work with the shirt you’re wearing.
It also comes in 17 vivid colors.
With these bras’ amazing Velcro technology, you can customize your fit to your bust and your shoulders—and for every activity you’re doing! If you’re doing yoga, you can loosen the bra, and if you’re running or doing HIIT, you can tighten it. Because the SheFit Ultimate Sports Bra is so supportive, you won’t have to deal with the pain of doubling up bras anymore. The bra also maintains a super cute, glam appearance—something that a lot of supportive bras lack—and is very breathable.
It’s pretty heavy and fits rather high. It also feels bulky—as if you’re wearing a life jacket over your boobs.
We may earn compensation from the products and offers mentioned in this article. However, any expressed opinions are our own and aren’t influenced by compensation. To read our full disclosure, click here.
We’ve all been there—struggling to keep “the girls” under control while working out. SheFit bras offer an easy solution, with maximum support and eye-catching colors. The brand’s slogan is “we’ve got your back and your front”—because they provide you with the support and mitigate all that back pain.
After years of dealing with ill-fitting bras as a collegiate athlete and professional fitness competitor, SheFit founder Sara Moylan decided to create her own bra company. In 2016, she brought her bras to Shark Tank, and amazed the panel with her product’s customizable options, compression, and resilience—without the need for a painful underwire.
So is the hype worth it? I decided to find out.
Thanks for reading! Let us know what you think about this review in the comments section below.