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Brooks Fiona Sports Bra - Women's

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Item #BRJ001O
Past season color

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  • 30B
  • 30D
  • 32B
  • 38C
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Tech Specs

Material:
DRILAYER
Support:
medium-impact
Anti-Odor:
yes
Recommended Use:
fitness, running
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Feel real fly.

The Brooks Women's Moving Comfort Fiona Sports Bra is about as classic as it can get. Thanks to its over-the-shoulder, compression construction, the Fiona boasts a medium-impact to high-impact design that makes it ideal for running and other aerobic activities. The moisture-wicking and quick-drying fabric keeps you feeling cool and comfortable, while the molded cups assure a natural looking shape. Two front-adjustable shoulder straps provide an easy, fine-tuned fit, and the bottom band is both padded and adjustable for a comfortable feel, all run long.

  • Over-the-shoulder sports bra for running and fitness
  • Moisture-wicking and quick-drying fabric
  • Medium-impact support
  • Fully adjustable shoulder straps and bottom band
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Too small

    Found this ran small and also thought it be a little thicker for more coverage, but the material is pretty thin

    highly functional, no chafing!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 34C

    It can be pretty pricey for a sports bra, but it's been the only one I've found that doesn't chafe at all during long runs. Not even at the clasps in the back! I've had some wicked bad marathon tattoos from all of my other (cheap) sports bras. The Brooks Fiona stays put and doesn't leave a mark after 18+ miles. I bought my usual size (that I wear in a "normal" undewire bra) and it fit just fine. It is snug, but I guess that is how you want it for high impact activities. It isn't the type of cutesy bra you want to show off, but is definitely functional.

    Love it

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Very comfortable sport bra ! super! i love it! beautiful, good material

    Wish I returned it

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I wanted to love this sports bra after hunting for a good running bra forever but the fit is a little weird. The chest seems to run small and the actual breast area is a little baggy. I am normally always a 34c but this bra is pretty uncomfortably tight on my shoulders and doesn't offer as much support as I was hoping for. First time running was fine but nothing I am really stoked on. Honestly very uncomfortable to wear and I would certainly not run in it. Pretty disappointed. I would for sure recommend the North Face Bounce B Gone sports bra if you are looking for the best support. I have that one and love it way more than this Brooks sports bra.

    You'll never go back.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 30B

    I didn't think having an expensive sports bra would make a difference to me, since I'm small-chested, but luckily, I had a few wise people to tell me I was wrong. Warning: once you try Moving Comfort/Brooks bras, you'll probably have a hard time switching back to anything else. It's really tough to find a true high-impact sports bra for running, but this company knows exactly how to make one. The Fiona's been supportive, chafe-free, and really comfortable for miles and miles, and its adjustable straps are amazing for those of us with short torsos. Though you're supposed to replace them after a year or so, I've had mine for 2, and I'll be buying another soon. I would say they might run a bit on the large side, as I usually wear a 32B in casual bras and sized down comfortably to a 30B in the Fiona, but as with any bra, it probably depends a lot on your individual build.

    Brooks

    Women's Sports Bras
    Bottom Band Cup Size
    Rib CageBand Size Difference in Cup SizeYour Cup Size

    25 - 27in

    (63.5 - 68.6cm)

    30

    3in

    (7.6cm)

    AA

    27 - 29in

    (68.6 - 73.7cm)

    32

    4in

    (10.2cm)

    A

    29 - 31in

    (73.7 - 78.7cm)

    34

    5in

    (12.7cm)

    B

    31 - 33in

    (78.7 - 83.8cm)

    36

    6in

    (15.2cm)

    C

    33 - 35in

    (83.8 - 88.9cm)

    38

    7in

    (17.8cm)

    D

    35 - 37in

    (88.9 - 94cm)

    40

    8in

    (20.3cm)

    DD

    37 - 39in

    (94 - 99.1cm)

    42

    9in

    (22.9cm)

    E

    39 - 41in

    (99.1 - 104.1cm)

    44

    10in

    (25.4cm)

    F

    How to Measure:
    Follow the steps below.
    1. Rib Cage Measurement:
    Measure around your rib cage around the bottom band, just under the breast. The tape measure should feel quite snug. Round the measurement down to the closest inch.
    2. Band Size Conversion:
    Using our measurement guidelines below, find your corresponding band size based on your rib cage measurement.
    3. Bust Size Measurement:
    Measure the bust over the fullest point of the breast. For larger-breasted women, the fullest point may not be at center, and is often lower. As breast tissue can fluctuate as much as 20%, round up to the closest inch.
    4. Cup Size Conversion:
    Subtract your actual rib cage measurement (step 1) from your actual bust measurement (step 3). The difference in inches is your suggested cup size. If the difference is between sizes, round up to the larger size.