Well ,going by other reviews on this particular item I excitedly chose this bra! I am 5'10 ,34 FF, and at 36 am starting to get interested in high impact sports like running, but, this bra is waaaay to small in the cup and the straps are too short! My boobs don't sag so much as that they sit low.
All brands and even bras within those brands will have their own individual fit (like children they all have different personalities). You might have to go up several cup sizes in this style to make it work for you: Luckily this bra goes to an H-cup. If you are contemplating ‘high impact’-anything you absolutely must wear a super supportive sports bra! With every bounce, you run the risk of lengthening the Coopers Ligaments and damaging breast tissue.
HerRoom Response: You may not know this, but many manufacturers call your cup size by other letters. For instance, some manufacturers refer to a DD as an E cup, a DDD as an F cup and so on. If you need help deciphering what your cup size is, please see our size conversion chart, which lists each brand's cup sizing guidelines.
Alexa from Portland
Tall (5'9" and over)