The first thing I noticed when it arrived was the size of it. I thought it was huge! It certainly had a lot more material then my normal push-up style bras do, even the triumph sports bra had less material.
Once I got over the initial surprise I started to explore it in more depth and marvelled at the thought put into it. The outer material is a lycra of sorts and contained a decent amount of stretch, while the inner lining seems to be of the non-stretch variety but it contained moulding so it should fit properly. The straps themselves were adjustable and you could do this from the front (YAY! Love this feature). They were also held in place by some pieces of micro velcro, and it was very secure. The back had a 3 eye & hook closure so it felt secure when done up. Another feature on the inside was the soft velvety lining they used where exposed seams may have chaffed you during a long run. I was in love with it from the moment I tried it on.
Once all this exploring was done, and the photos were taken, it was time to take the Jubralee out for a test run of 5km. I did not run at my normal pace but was pushed along by a friend so I got to experience it a bit more then I would have if I had just plodded along. The bra felt great. It was comfortable, I felt secure (i.e. no uncomfortable bouncing) and there was no riding up. I had read a couple of reviews where these style of bras had tended to ride up during a run, so I was conscious of it and was happy to report that there was no riding up, no slippage either. It stayed in place and did it’s job.
While the price of this sports bra is a bit outside of a Kmart budget it is a great investment as it does all that a good sports bra should do and still looks good on. It comes in a wide variety of sizes starting at 8C and all the way up to 18E, and as most larger busted women can attest, the larger sizes aren’t always easier to find. You can expect to pay $94.95 for this one, but I think it is worth it.
I give this bra a 5 out of 5, as they seem to be a great make and the business itself seems to be well thought out.
So, thankyou Moving Comfort for giving me this opportunity.
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