I ordered 2, one black in 34G and one white in 34FF. I thought I could see which fit better and exchange the other for the best size. Though they were both 34 bands, the black was looser. They are challenging to put on, but once you get the thing on, it really does fit like a dream. The white one must have a bit too small of a cup size, because the wires do poke forward in the cleavage area a little, not that it would show when something was over it. However, it feels fine, and offers much better support when I do my own jogging test, so I'm going to keep it like it is. I ordered an Enell 100 as well, even without underwires, it seems to produce less bounce than this Bendon Sport. Since I wear a 34DDD in Wacoal (my favorite bra 85121), and have a sports bra- Shock Absorber UK34G, as well as 2 bras by Fantasie 34G, and one Anita 34G, I thought that 34G was the right size to order. Since I've been losing a little weight, I thought maybe I'd also try the 34FF. Looks like they are fairly consistent with other brands, except for the black one having a bit wider band, as others seem to have noticed too. I would recommend this bra to any who are willing to put up with the fact that it'll take some time to put it on, since they also know how hard it is to find sports bras in our size, and are also okay with some bounce. I've never found a sports bra that had no bounce, since I'm a pretty big size. It has a really nice look, and the straps are convertible from cris-cross to regular straps. I tried it the regular strap way though, and it seems like it won't keep the straps from sliding down so I'm going to wear mine with the straps crossed in back. Even though that's why it's so hard to put on.
Patty from Santa Barbara