Panache Response: Thank you for your feedback! That definitely sounds like a damage, so thank you for giving this style another chance!
Myrna from Indianapolis? Indiana/USA
Panache Response: Thank you for your feedback! We are disappointed to hear about your experience with the sport bra but I wonder if it has something to do with possibly wearing the wrong size. We have heard that this style tends to run a bit snugger in the band especially in the black color (black dye tends to shrink fabric more than other colors). So if you usually wear a 36G in Panache bras and needed to go up a band, you needed to order 38FF. I’m not sure which size you ended up ordering, but if you went up to 38G, the cup was way too big hence the wires coming up too high. Misplacement of the wire might cause them to wear out quicker..
Shannon from Marshall
Panache Response: Thank you for your review! We are sad to hear that you were disappointed with the purchase. Our revolutionary sport bra is high impact which is why it needs all the support it can get including all the material to keep away the bounce.
Theresa from Ontario, Canada
Panache Response: Thank you for your feedback and for trying this awesome sport bra! It seems to me that you made a good choice to go up a band size, but probably should’ve stayed with the same cup size. It sounds like it's a little large in the cups for you! For example if you usually wear 36G, but felt the band was too snug but the cup fit, you would need to order 38FF (up in the band, but down in the cup which actually is the same cup size as 36G). If you originally wore 36G and then ordered yourself a 38G, you went up a cup size and a band size. I know it may sound confusing, but 36G and 38FF are actually the same cup size except 38FF is just a little looser in the band. Manufacturers tend to cross grade cup sizes when making bras, so in reality 32C, 34B and 36A are all the same cup size just different band lengths. Hope this helps!
luckystar from Atlanta, GA US