Sport-bh guide

Looking for a sports bra? Everything you need to know about this garment. Choose the best sports bra type depending on the support and impact level of the sport.

We want you to feel at your best when training, for that reason, a good sports bra is one item you simply can't overlook.

Rely on the right kind of support when you’re really pushing yourself. Don’t compromise fit nor function and choose the right support among our wide range of sports bra.

How to choose the perfect sports bra?

To exercise, it is important to choose the right level of support. Our sports bras are constructed for all types of women and sporting activities. Follow these steps to find the perfect sports bra for you.

How to get the right size on your sports bra?

All you need is a non-rigid tape measure and a mirror. Measure yourself as close to the skin as possible and without a bra. Choose between centimetres and inches, and follow these two simple steps before checking your size on the chart below.

  1. Measure your circumference: wrap the tape measure around your body just below your bust and exhale to get the smallest measurement.

  2. Measure your cup: firmly encircle the fullest part of your chest with the tape measure.

Choose the right bra for you

Now that you know your bra size, and important thing to considered is how much support you need. You should select your bra taking into account your cup size and the intensity of the sport you want to do. As a general rule, the larger your cup size, the more support you should get. High-intensity sports such as running or circuit training also require a higher level of support, even for smaller cup sizes. Basically you have to find the bra that suits you best.


Low support

Low support sports bras are suitable for more 'relaxed' activities such as yoga or pilates, or even disciplines such as cycling or weight training in the gym - it all depends on the intensity.

Mid support

Mid support bras are great for activities involving medium impact movements such as tennis, and all activities performed in a gym. They usually have wider straps and provide more stability to the chest.

They can also be an excellent option for those with a larger chest size who like to perform low-impact activities, but need the right kind of support.

High support

For women who practice very energetic activities, with more abrupt and rapid movements, therefore involving greater impact on the chest.

These bras are ideally designed for activities such as running, football, high-intensity training, basketball, dance, etc.

This type of bra helps to reduce chest movement by creating a "compression effect" which hinders the movement of the chest, but does not reduce mobility during the activity.

Size guide

Bra Size Guide
Under bustcm

How to wash your sports bra

Wash your bh in cold water