Sports Bras are typically made for women with small chests – really, they are. And if you are a D cup or higher, good luck finding anything in your local stores that is going to be available, let alone fit!! I was at Dick’s Sporting Goods earlier this week and for some odd reason I decided to check out the rack of sports bras – on the off chance there was something new. I found a whole section of Moving Comfort Maia sports bras – now these looked like real sports bras and when I started seeing sizes like 38DD, 40E, 44DD and so on, I figured it was worth trying one on.
The Moving Comfort Maia sports bra is made for high impact sports like running, tennis, aerobics, and the like. It has a back clasp, wide band, underwire construction, lightly padded cups (perfect for under snug running tops and tanks), and the front is cut high enough that there is no cleavage to be seen! Add to that, it comes in white, beige, light blue and black – nice!!
I bought the size I normally wear in bras – 38DD – and took it home to try it on. IT FIT! Granted, I did have to adjust the straps a bit and I couldn’t just clasp it at the back like I do with my daily bras. That’s ok though – a sports bra should fit snug and this one does! Once the bra was on, I gave it a test run. No bouncing, it was comfortable and it looked good under my clothes, too.
So far I have found the Moving Comfort Maia sports bra in plus sizes at Dick’s Sporting Goods, Zappos, BiggerBras.com, Junonia and the Moving Comfort website. The bra is about $46.00 and comes in a variety of large bust sizes including 38DD, 38E, 40DD, 40E, 42DD and 44DD.