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Natori Sports Bra 34439 Reviews

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rating Size: 38C

I love this bra. It sits low enough in back that it limits the "fat hangover" under the arms, and it's supportive enough for sports yet smooth enough to wear under dress clothes. My only complaint is that I had to sew the strap hooks in place because they slip. But other than that, it's the most comfortable supportive bra I've ever worn. After I wore it the first time, I ordered two more. Kathryn from Del Mar, CA, USA
  • Posted: August, 2007
rating Size: 36C

Not a good bra for High impact activities, especially running. Definitely returning for something that will provide more support and reduce the bounce.

HerRoom Response: We find your comment surprising. This bra is designed for high-impact. Please see our video above. The model is a 34D.

Tricia from oakland
  • Posted: July, 2007
rating Size: 34DDD

Bra is comfortable and well fitted. The strap hook comes out very easily when wearing the bra which is a problem. Otherwise the bra is all it is reputed to be.

HerRoom Response: The hook on the back that attaches the strap has a bump on it to prevent slipping out. Before putting this bra on, it's a good idea to make sure that hook is first in place properly.

Barb from Schenectady, NY, US
  • Posted: July, 2007
rating Size: 40d

this bra is the best one that I have found for beating the "horse riding jiggle!" It has held up to extreme abuse and washings as well! leslee from jacksonville florida
  • Posted: July, 2007
rating Size: 38DDD

Comes in larger cup sizes than most...wish it came in larger still! Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: May, 2007
rating Size: 38DDD

Comfy for hanging around stretching, yoga, low impact - but, quite frankly, not a "sports" bra. Does not control bounce or movement in high impact sports. Amy from Highland, MD
  • Posted: May, 2007
rating Size: 34D

Very soft and comfortable, and looks nice. This is the first sports bra I've bought with underwire, and I like the separation it gives (compared to compression bras). I like that the shape is different than the run of the mill sports bra, too. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that it doesn't eliminate bounce. J.T. from Boston MA USA
  • Posted: May, 2007
rating Size: 36DDD

The side sling support is the best! Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 36DDD

It's soft and comfortable. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 36DD

It looks good and its comfortable. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 34DDD

It hold me in place Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 34DD

Great support and very comfortable. I like the shape it gives my breasts as compared to most sports bras. The fabric is really a soft cotton. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 32DD

gives lots of support Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 36C

Fit and support. This is a great sports bra. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 34C

Feels great on a long run. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 34C

comfort with an underwire Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 36DDD

It fits, supports and is comfortable. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 36DDD

I thought I'd really found the perfect bra except.........the center comes up way too high and the wires poke out and don't lie flat against my chest. The band and straps and cups are otherwise very comfortable so I'm going to wear it for a while and see how it does. I'm wearing the correct size according to your measurement directions so I guess this one's just not made for me. I'm fairly short and have a lot of trouble finding a bra that gives enough support but doesn't come up to high under my arms or too high in the front.

HerRoom Response: Your symptom with the wires poking out in the center means your cup size is too small. You need to go up a cup size. Adding to your fit issues is the fact that you are short in stature. Many underwires are simply too long and tall for a woman who is below 5'4". In your case, I would suggest you consider bras with demi cups. Demi cup bras have shorter wires that will not poke you under the arms.

Amy from Montgomery, Alabama, USA
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 36DDD

I have been buying this bra as my everyday bra (2 per year!) for several years now. I just can't go back to the itchy, uncomfortable nylon bras now that I've gotten used to the cotton/spandex ones! I guess I never got any of the defective-underwire ones; I've never had any problems with this bra. The only thing I wish is that it came in DDDD(or even DDDDD) cup sizes, and that it didn't come up quite so HIGH in the front. I do love that the straps are rigid (not elastic) for great support. Tracy from Fayetteville, AR
  • Posted: April, 2007
rating Size: 34DDD

Bought this bra because of the reviews, but I was not so happy with it. I usually wear a 34DDD, but this bra is way too big for me, so I'll return it. Even so, it seems way too bouncy for running. Love the site though! Best service ever! Keep up the good work! Ramona from Sacramento, CA
  • Posted: March, 2007
rating Size: 38DDD

I had trouble finding a sports bra that would fit and be comfortable... The only problem that I have with it, is the hooks on the staps, they tend to come undone sometimes... It seems to me that the maker of Sports Bras thinks that no one past a C cup works out!! Jeanie M from Tulsa, OK
  • Posted: February, 2007
rating Size: 38ddd

the fabric is great, the support is great, the cup size is right BUT the middle of the chest pulls away from my chest due to the underwires that come all the way up the midchest. Have to return it.

HerRoom Response: IF the wires are turning out and away from your cleavage, this is a sign that your cup size is too small. Your breasts are wider than the diameter of the underwires. They thus thrust forward because they can't fit around your breasts.

denise from phoenix
  • Posted: February, 2007
rating Size: 40D

This bra fits great but I only had it on for a few hours and the wires poked through the fabric. Unfortunately, I was in the middle of the Colorado River and white water rafting at that time......VERY disappointing......

HerRoom Response: Many women don't know this, but if your band size is too large, this will cause your band to move back and forth on your body. This movement breaks down the underwire casing thus causing your wire to eventually poke through. Since you were white water rafting, you had a lot of upper-body movement. It's very possible that this is what happened. HerRoom suggests that you might be better served in size 38DD. This would give you the same cup size, but reduce your band size.

Jan W from Mpls, MN, USA
  • Posted: September, 2006
rating Size: 36C

Like many of the posters here, I've also had the repeated problem (in the 36-C size of this Natori bra sytle #34439) of the caps coming off of the underwires, and the underwires then poking a hole through the fabric and onto my sternum ... Ouch! That being said, I continue to come back to this bra because it is (otherwise) an outstanding bra. I hope Natori has addressed this problem in all of the bras and not just in the larger D cups! I, too, am tired of sewing safety patches onto my bra! Thanks much, Leslie D. from Baton Rouge
  • Posted: August, 2006
Size: 40DD

I bought this bra on a whim while visiting my daughter in California. It is THE most comfortable bra I've ever owned. The underwire doesn't dig into my breast reduction scars and my daughter said it made my breasts look smaller. (and she rarely has nice things to say about any of my clothing) Only request I'd like to make, how about a flesh/blush color??? Dianne from Vidor, Texas
  • Posted: May, 2006
rating Size: 36D

I love these bras and have been wearing them for years now... lately I have had 3 that the wires came out of within less than 6 months. It is just lately I have had a problem.. I will still buy them for a while because they are great otherwise, but will have to stop if I continue to have all these problems that shouldn't be happening with new bras.

HerRoom Response: Thank you for your comments. We have forwarded them to Natori for a response.

Natori Response: Yes, Natori had a temporary issue with D and DD cup wires popping out in this style. The issue has been solved and corrected. Customers who may have purchased a potentially defective bra may call 212-629-4400. If their bra qualifies for a replacement, the defective bra will need to be mailed in first. Natori has a very high standard for quality. We appreciate all comments by customers about our products. Thank you for your comment. June from Philadelphia

  • Posted: April, 2006
rating Size: 38D

I love this bra. It is so comfortable, I started wearing it after I had a breast reduction. It looks and feels great. It washes well and keeps its shape. Not like other sports bras. I wish the same style was made in a material so I could wear it all day. Linda from New York
  • Posted: February, 2006
rating Size: 34D

Hello Natori Customers. Because of your comments, Natori discovered that a small batch of D & DD cup bras in this style were made defective. We have isolated the problem and have corrected it on all future production. Thank you for your valuable feedback. We at Natori depend heavily on customer comments to find out if we have any production issues. Thank you for purchasing our products. Dana-Co - Makers of Natori from New York City
  • Posted: November, 2005
rating Size: 36DD

I like the cotton fabric and support. I am short waisted and the product rides far up the underarm and the straps can only be adjusted for 3 lengths. Also, the underwire came protruding through the fabric and jagged me. Product needs some fine tuning. Peggy from Florida
  • Posted: November, 2005
rating Size: 38DD

I love the bra. I have trouble all the time finding bras that are supportive, don't make me itch, and last some what longer than others. And they all are so expensive. One problem - I to have the little plastic caps that cover the ends of the wires break off leaving the wires to poke thru. This has occurred on both ends of the wire. All the wires now poke thru and I am constantly sewing. I would like to see some improvement somehow.

HerRoom Response: Thank you for this feedback. We have forwarded your comment to Natori.

Donna from Maryland
  • Posted: November, 2005
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