I’m very surprised to hear you are having difficulty with the fit of 4392… Ordinarily it’s a very reliable fit.
As always I would ask if you are bringing all of the breast tissue forward into the cup? Perhaps you need to try going down in the band to a 32DD, or just down in the cup to a 34D. All bands fit differently from one-another, and even within a band, the fit might differ because of the components, and even the color of the bras.
Pat from Ashland, OR USA
I’m a bit puzzled by this scenario, because 4392 usually fits like a dream! It’s so important to put yourself into the bra properly: Swoop-and-scoop, bringing the breast tissue forward and into the cups so that the under-wire surrounds and supports the breast.
Sometimes I’ll suggest that a customer go down in the cup in this style, which also by the way will take care of that wrinkling in the nipple area.
nanci from St Louis, MO
Perhaps you're not accustomed to our very ‘specific’ fit. This is a non-compression sports bra, so it needs to fit perfectly in order to be able to give you the support you need, (particularly if you ride!) It’s very easy to “cheat” the fit with ‘compression’ garments, as the cups are usually stretcher than ours, therefore more forgiving of improper fit, and not as supportive! You mustn’t be afraid to go up one, or even two cup sizes, remember we’re somewhat of a ‘European’ fit. When you find the correct size, I’m sure you’ll fall in love with this bra. This bra is so supportive, and comfy, not to mention the ‘wicking’ properties which whisk that pesky moisture away. This one really works!
rasp from maryland
The band is quite snug on this bra helping to achieve “extreme support”. We’ve found that with washing and wearing the bra relaxes, softens and conforms to the natural shape of the breast.
Anna from Philadelphia PA
What can I say; this is our #1 selling Freya bra; once in awhile we find it’s not the bra for everyone -- Betty
…Also, the silhouette does soften with wearing and washing…--Freddy
Francine from VA
A lot of times when a bra is “pointy” we suggest you may need to go down a cup size - you are not fully filling out the cup.
Misty from Frisco, TX