This is by far the BEST sports bra I have ever purchased! Three of my favorite activities are running, skipping rope and roller skating (quads [3), however the first two I have been unable to do due to painful movement (because of insufficient support). I purchased the black Enell Lite Sport's Bra NL101 after seeing it reviewed on a health website. It was rated as the best for large-busted women, so I figured I would give it a go and see if it worked.
I tried it on the moment it arrived, and headed outside to skip rope (I figured that was a decent test of support). Although I realized that the size was a bit snug (I wear a 36F, but I went with a size 1, basing it on bust / rib measurement), it worked for me PERFECTLY. There was hardly any bounce whatsoever, and I had no back pain at all when I was done (this has been my primary concern, as well as possible tissue damage). I chose not to exchange the size, because I would rather this be too snug than too loose.
Since then, I have worn this for all high-impact exercise, and it still impresses me. I cannot speak for the white version, however the black one looks enough like a halter top that it can be worn with pants and be passed off for a top, eliminating the issue of it being high in the front (and showing above necklines).
I cannot recommend this highly enough. I developed early, and by high school I was trying to find excuses to avoid running with the class, in order to avoid discomfort (as well as rude stares and offensive comments). I would only run / skip rope alone, and even then it was with two sports bras on. I have been so envious of women who could just go out and be active without worrying about it. Now I do not have to worry about it!
If you --like me-- have avoided high-impact exercise because of your bust size, this bra will allow you to be active again, with no worries about painful bouncing, back issues, or unwelcome attention. If, like the review from "Kate" below, it is snug around the middle but loose in the cup, all I can guess is that the size should be one lower. After reading reviews on other websites regarding this bra, it seems as though there is not a huge difference in band size when moving one size up or down, however the cup size differs greatly and can affect support. As I said, mine is a bit snug, however it works perfectly, and there is not enough money in the world to get me to part with this.
I am finally able to run again, and skip rope, and play active games outside with my children, and for those facts alone this bra is more than worth the cost.
Elizabeth H. from San Antonio, TX, USA
Petite (5'3" and under)