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Panache womens Underwired Sports Bra , Black , 34DD
Underwire sport bra featuring ventilating mesh panels at shoulders and bustLogo at front band. Wide cushioned shoulder strapsSmooth shape with flat seamsAdjustable convertible strapsHook-and-eye closure at backDo not iron,do not tumble dry,do not bleach,do not dry cleanPerfect for both high and low impact exercise
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18 Reddit comments about Panache womens Underwired Sports Bra , Black , 34DD:

u/BridgetteBane · 112 pointsr/xxfitness

I really like the Panache sports bra. It's like a tactical boob holster.

u/jujicakes · 9 pointsr/muacjdiscussion

Panache Sports Bra it's a bit pricy but the bra has individual cups and underwires, and your boobs don't even jiggle in it.

u/prefinished · 8 pointsr/xxfitness

Panache has some cute colors and they're great bras. I have mine in Geo Print and my fellow pole girls kept complimenting me on it. Just mouse through the colors, there's more than generic solids in there. :)

http://www.amazon.com/Panache-Womens-Underwired-Sports-Black/dp/B005VNFFZ6

I know you said 30C, but in this brand, as a 28H I wear a 30FF. Amazon has a great return system anyways!

u/tweebles · 8 pointsr/running

Finding the right sports bra can be tricky. My suggestions:

  • Have you tried any encapsulation bras? Personally, I prefer them because I find them to be more supportive. Instead of compression bras (which work by squishing everything down), they encapsulate each breast individually to keep them from moving. I like the Panache Sport a lot.

  • Sports bras that have regular bra sizes instead of bras that have the general S/M/L might work better for women who need a lot of support.

  • Have you been fitted recently? A good fit is really important when you are depending on the bra to provide strong support, especially when you're doing high-impact stuff. /r/abrathatfits has fitting information as well as a specific sports bra guide if you just want info on other brands.

u/Libby_Fringe · 6 pointsr/xxfitness

I love this thing. It 1) fits like iron, 2) converts to a racer back, 3) Comes in all sorts of sizes for those of us with big boobs and a small band size.

u/sassafrassfast · 5 pointsr/loseit

This bra is magical.

Panache Women's Underwired Sports Bra, Black,34 DD https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005VNFFZ6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_IfjByb476S5KH

u/earth_rises · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I've heard good things about this one, if you know your UK size (you'll need to measure yourself).

u/pollyatomic · 3 pointsr/ABraThatFits

I recently picked up a couple of the Panache underwire sports bras that sound like they fit your criteria almost perfectly. I got them in 32DD, but they go up to at least DDD/E+. They have multicolored, but I grabbed a solid back and a solid white (on sale at my local running store!). They hook in back and also have a small hook on the straps to convert to racerback if you prefer it. They seem a bit more suited for FoT (which I'm not), but I've been quite happy with them regardless. I'm quite glad I found them!

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

One try this bra! I have one and love it!!
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005VNFFZ6?keywords=panache&nodeID=1040660&qid=1452526815&ref_=sr_1_1&s=apparel&sr=1-1


Two maybe an activity with less impact, like swimming, Pilates, weight lifting etc. would be beneficial?

u/memmly · 2 pointsr/ABraThatFits

I have two of these bras and they're my favorite for running:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005VNFFZ6/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494425729&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=panache+sports+bra&dpPl=1&dpID=41z%2Bal%2Bc7yL&ref=plSrch

They have version without underwire too.

Edit: id like to clarify that i wear 28F and I'm very particular about having enough support while running. So this bra really does great

u/dehue · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I am not the person you replied to but I wear 28GG and by far my favorite sports bra and bra in general is the wired panache sports bra. It comes in bra sizes up to H cup from 28 to 40 band. It's completely amazing - it manages to be really comfortable with padded underwires that I wear it out dancing or casually. It provides support without strangling me and has a racerback clip for added support. It even gives a great shape under shirts. It really makes running a no longer a painful horrible experience. Can be bought at Amazon, Nordstroms usually has some as well.

Do make sure that you are wearing the right size though. Victoria Secret told me I was 32DDD, but I did not realize until later how badly that size fit me. VS and other similar places tend to use outdated measuring methods that fit women into larger bands and smaller cups to fit people into A - DD range. This method really does not work well for bigger busts and results in bras with not the best support or fit. I am much happier after switching to wearing a tigher band with cups that actually fit my boobs properly.

u/simplythere · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

I can understand the desire to buy something for your SO, even if there's a likelihood that they may not like it. My husband isn't a fan of shopping so he won't even bother looking until his current clothes rip or become threadbare, so I've always just bought a bunch of options for him to try at home without the pressure and discomfort of a dressing room and returned things that he didn't like. I've returned entire orders of clothes to Nordstrom because he didn't like any of it. I think it's the sentiment of doing something considerate to make them feel comfortable vs. what you actually end up buying.

As for your question, I think the Panache underwired sports bra is pretty popular among very busty women. Compression-only bras may not provide enough support for women with a lot of volume. I'd also try one with molded cups and no underwire like the Moving Comfort one another girl suggested because depending on how her breasts are spaced, some underwires go up too high and can cause discomfort where the center gore will dig into the breast tissue.

u/Pippyn · 2 pointsr/ABraThatFits

The Panache Wired Sports Bra has saved my running life! I bought mine on Amazon LINK
PRO TIP: This ran a cup size big for me. I'm a 32GG and the 32G is perfect for me.

edit: I'm just now realizing this isn't in K on Amazon. Sorry :(

u/trialblog · 2 pointsr/ABraThatFits

Panache! It is ah-mazing. I do go down a band and a cup size in this one, normally wear a 30F, took a 28F in white. I don't know if that holds true across the board tho, it might just be because I have in-betweeny sized breasts.

u/cairdes · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I found mine on barenecessities.com, it is also on figleaves.com, and Nordstroms. Here is the Amazon link and here is the sports bra's page on the Panache website. It is a UK company so make sure you know your size in UK terms. If you scross down this page. You can see a chart comparing US to UK sizes.

u/kbug21 · 1 pointr/xxfitness

32F here (UK sizing) and Lululemon didn't cut it. It was painful to run. Now I wear Panache and it's awesome!

Edit: This bra is THE SHIT for busty ladies https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005VNFFZ6/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1478242843&sr=8-1&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=panache+sports+bra

u/CB81 · 1 pointr/xxfitness

What type of bra are you wearing? Most sports bras are compression type, which rely on stretchy fabrics to squish you into your ribcage, and generally don't provide much support for bounce.


Try an encapsulation bra like the Panache Sport or Freya Active. Encapsulation bras are fitted to your ribcage measurement where the band rests, usually have wires to surround your whole breast, and provide higher rise for protection against upward movement. You might also like Enell, Shock Absorber, or Moving Comfort.


Panache and Freya use UK sizing, so head here to figure out what size to get: http://www.brasizecalculator.tk

u/neptunesbrinypubes · 1 pointr/xxfitness

We have similar stats, so just chiming in with some anecdotal experience!

I hit puberty before many of the girls in my class and was known for having outrageously large boobs throughout middle and high school, so mine, too, have been the target of my frustrations for many years. After having children, they grew exponentially (nursing and weight gain), and haven't gone back to their previous size since. They're a nuisance and a pain, and I'd likely be really self-conscious of them if I were less comfortable with myself, because their mass means they hang low on my chest wall without a bra to lift them up. Personally, I've considered breast reduction, but not seriously, because, for better or worse, I experience a lot of anxiety with surgery and hospitals. In short, you're not alone in resenting something that other women get augmented to possess.

Here is a visual reference of the change in my own body since I lost 50 lbs. After my second kiddo, I was at my heaviest weight, 180 lbs (am 5'1"). I think I was a 36 J. After the weight loss, I was a 30 G. That's three band sizes and six cup sizes, and keep in mind that cup size also shrinks in proportion to band size.

I imagine your results will be largely influenced by genetics; but that being said, there's still hope. I think you absolutely need to get yourself a hardcore, proper sports bra after being properly fitted. I have a Panache, and I can do anything in it without pain. At my largest, I wore an Enell, and currently I wear a Panache and am size 32GG. I prefer the Panache over other styles and brands because it has a center spacer that separates the breasts. At my bust size, a traditional pull-on sports bra that creates the pressed-together-uniboob-look just means I'm in for lots of sweat and heat rash. Another well-regarded sports bra for busty ladies is the Freya, but I've found that the Freya brand, although superior quality, personally doesn't work for me because I'm a full-on-bottom breast shape and they're often too shallow for me. I've also had my Panache for three years and use it exclusively, and it looks and performs like new.

As an aside, I worry that your use of the word "disproportionate" to describe yourself indicates that you have some unhealthy feelings toward your body. Many of us have experienced body dysmorphia, but you need to understand that there's no such thing as a disproportionate body, unless you have Elephantiasis or a similar medical disease. I know you were probably just using it to describe how chesty you feel, but big busted or not, you're not unnaturally or wrongly shaped, and you need to know that. Keep eating well and moving your body, and hopefully your happiness in your own skin will follow!