With comfortable and adjustable fabric, Puma has released this bra with removable pads that you can use as a kind of “shock absorber” to stop the impact of some sports activities and protect your breasts.
It has elastic waist and double layer that will increase support and mobility.
Suitable for disciplines such as Yoga, running, fitness, cycling, gym, exercise, pilates, jogging, running, physical fitness activities and other sports this bra combines beauty and comfort and also serves for informal occasions.
It is fast drying, with good elasticity and resistant to corrosion. Comfortable and adjustable.
Benefits of wearing sports bra
Using a conventional bra for sports can be a problem, that’s what sport bras are for and it will bring you a lot of benefits.
Keep the chest shape
If you are athletes, bad support can cause your breasts to fall. Good support will make this condition not accelerate in your body.
The idea of these bras is that you feel fresh and comfortable. I recommend light and elastic fabrics that allow air circulation.
Reduces sinus pain
Excess movement can inflame the muscle ligaments and cause pain. A good bra will prevent this.
Reduces long-term flaccidity
If you want to prevent them from falling out before your time, something that will keep them comfortable and in place will go well for you.
Great alternative to the regular bra
Although they were created for sports, the reality is that their comfort is making them the favorites of women in any scenario. It is not a cheap item, but it is worth the protection and comfort.
What to consider when choosing the best sports bra
When selecting the bra that you will use for your activities, it is important that you take into account a series of factors:
The type of support will depend on the activity you perform, because this will give you a greater performance and more comfort in your activities. According to this you can choose those of high, medium or low impact support.
Low impact: They go well for yoga, hiking or gentle training.
Medium impact: They are used for medium training, road cycling and skiing and keep your breasts comfortable and protected.
High impact: They are good for running, aerobics and mountain biking because they are specially designed to give you comfort and keep everything in place at times of more movement.
They are constructed with different types of techniques that minimize the movement of your breasts through styles such as encapsulation, compression or a combination of both.
Encapsulation: They use individual cups that surround and hold each breast separately.
Compression: These bras restrict the movement of the breasts because they hold them against the thorax.
Compression / encapsulation: They work with a combination of both and are usually used for high impact activities.
It fits around the rib cage without getting too tight. The band is the main support in a bra.
They are made to reduce up-down movement, they must feel safe and tight. They should not slip or sink.
Interlaced: It is the traditional style in the form of X that crosses on the back, provides good fit and is easy to hide
Tank top: They are similar to conventional bras. They have adjustable straps and back closure.
Crossed back: It is the sporty model that adjusts in the shape of Y in the back. They are not adjustable but provide good support in medium and high impact activities.
They offer a customizable fit and are common in encapsulated fasteners.
I always recommend these because they have a better fit. If you use them on the farthest hook, when you stretch your best option it will be the closest one.
It should be placed flat under the breast tissue and over the rib cage. Hold each breast individually.
They remove moisture from the skin and keep you comfortable, free from bad odours.
Bra size / measure
Each body has different proportions so it is not just a matter of sizes. For you to select the appropriate thing it is important to measure the rib cage, the size of the band, the bust and the cup.
Chest box: You must measure without breathing, just below the breasts. Without you being baggy or too tight.
Size of the band: You get it by consulting a guide of measures according to the size of your rib cage. For example, if your thorax measures between 25 and 27 inches, the size of the band will be 30. The size will increase two by two according to the size of the thorax: between 27 and 29 inches will be 32 and so on.
Bust size: This figure is obtained by measuring the most complete part of the breast, keeping the measuring tape straight on the back.
Cup size: You get it by subtracting the size of your breast with that of the rib cage. For example, 27-24 = 3 inches what corresponds to AA cup. 4 inches is A, 8 inches is DD and so on up to 10 inches which is cup F.
It should be a little tighter than the normal bra, but you should still be comfortable.
Roce: You must make sure that it does not cause chafing and that, if it has pins, do not get hooked.
Straps: They must be safe and comfortable, not too tight, or loose.
Band: Raise your hands above the head, if the band rises it is very big. You can try adjusting, or with a smaller size.
Cup: The breasts should be centered and inside the cups.
Support: The best way to try it is by jumping, if they are kept in their place you have found the right one.
Replace the bra frequently
The sports bras have a useful life, after which loses elasticity and changes weight. I recommend change after 72 washes.