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2016 Running Gear Guide: C to DD Bras

Substantial coverage and adjustable tightness are crucial to the design of C cups and above, and our testers selected the top models that’ll get the job done.

$29, Brooksrunning.com

Instead of a generic sizing scale, the Fiona Bra uses your exact band and cup size 
to determine the best fit. On top of that,
 it has an adjustable back hook-and-eye closure and concealed Velcro straps for an even more custom fit for B up to DD sizes. Loose cup molds are an alternative to padding for those who prefer a more natural shape, and the soft, sweat-wicking material feels luxurious against skin.

$48, Saucony.com

As its name suggests, the Bounce Trouncer restricts uncomfortable jostling without suffocating the breasts. This is due to the light and flexible fabric pads sewn into the cups and the mesh side and cleavage panels for optimum cooling. The convertible and adjustable straps can be worn in either a straight or crisscross fashion.

$55, Underarmour.com

Unlike most compression bras, Under Armour’s High Bra won’t mash against the chest due to the molded cups, which give some shape. And despite the deep V plunge (good for wearing underneath tanks) it kept spillage to a minimum and remained secure during high-intensity workouts.

$55, Cw-x.com

The VersatX features a five-point support web built into each cup. Hence, support felt balanced and secure throughout the bra’s structure without a need for molded or padded cups. Although designed for a range of B to D cups, our testers felt the traditional compression aspect of the bra was most ideal for C-cup wearers.