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2017 Running Gear Guide: C to DD Sports Bras

With this new crop of high quality bras, on-the-run comfort is a given and no doubling up is required.

$65, brooksrunning.com

Highlight: Compression, encapsulation and adjustability

Our newly pregnant tester said this bra stopped the painful bouncing so she was able to run again. It was her first time in anything but a compression bra and she loved the mix of compression, encapsulation and adjustability. As part of the update, Juno’s easy-to-adjust straps have been streamlined for a smoother fit.

$68, athleta.com

Highlight: Attention to details

With its wide bottom band and shoulder straps, and compressive fit, this looks like a traditional sports bra at first glance. What sets it apart are smart details, like a hook and eye closure, zoned compression for more support where you need it and contoured stitching for encapsulation support without wires.

$65, newbalance.com

Highlight: Flattering look with all-day wearability

It’s not often women say a high-impact support bra is flattering and pretty enough to be worn all day, but that’s exactly what testers said about the Power Printed Bra. Winning attributes were the V-neck styling, strappy back, padded, adjustable straps and secure support.

$48, asics.com

Highlight: Exceptional breathability

In addition to bold pops of color and a strappy design, the breathability of this bra is what made it a tester favorite. Soft, molded foam cups have under breast ventilation to help minimize and move sweat, with mesh incorporated throughout for enhanced breathability and wicking.