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Enell High Impact Front Close Sports Bra 100 Reviews

High Impact Front Close Sports Bra
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rating Size: 1

When I first tried to put this bra on, I thought it was too small and NO WAY could I get my 35D breasts into this contraption. Well I followed the instructions on the package and it was NOT easy the first time but I got it on. It is the only bra I've ever tried that you will not, can not bounce in. It feels like a mammogram the first time, but you get used to it and better at it with practice. For running, rebounding and other very high impact activities, it is a must for me. I only wear it when I'm doing very high impact but it really does work wonders. SP from NY
  • Posted: January, 2006
rating Size: 2

This bra REALLY did not work for me. The underarms chaffed me badly just putting it on. The material and workmamship were excellent, however the design seems to push outward and upward under the arms too much for me. I wear a 36C. liz from upstate New York
  • Posted: January, 2006
rating Size: 3

Not one of my favorite things! too hyped up. hooks all down the front rubbed and irritated me with every move. Jenae from Des moines Iowa
  • Posted: December, 2005
rating Size: 3

This bra is a life saver... For many years my back would kill me after long rides on my horse. The Enell bra not only stops the bounce, it gives the back support, and with the wide shoulder straps my shoulders aren't raw anymore. I highly recommend this bra for all mature ladies that are active. Monica from Northern California
  • Posted: November, 2005
rating Size: 5

I walked 20 miles a day for three days straight, and with my Enell bras, I didn't feel a bit of back discomfort. In fact, I'm to the point now where I'll wear it any chance I get! Wendy from Minneapolis, MN
  • Posted: October, 2005
rating Size: 4

I was rather disappointed after all the hype. The general fit doesn't really work either. The band is a bit tight and the cups a bit big. Diane from Mississippi, USA
  • Posted: October, 2005
rating Size: 2

This is great! I am a 34DDD/F and I recently took up belly dancing only to find out that my old sports bra wasn't quite up to all those shoulder shimmies. This bra is percfect and reduced the bounce to a barely noticeable minimum. rosepourpre from Florida
  • Posted: June, 2005
rating Size: 1

I wear this for running, but it chafes me big time along the band under my breasts. I also still bounce, although that is less than with other bras. ss from San Francisco/CA/US
  • Posted: June, 2005
rating Size: 3

I suggest not only ordering by current Bra Size but to measure Bust and Rib Cage for accurate fit. I order a size One based on current Bra Size of a 36DD but it was much too small. After measuring I figured out I needed a size 3. Sue from Portland/Maine
  • Posted: May, 2005
rating Size: 5

I absolutely LOVE this bra! It gives the best support for larger breasted women - especially while running! And talk about comfort...! It's the only support bra I will wear to running! Catherine from Anchorage
  • Posted: April, 2003
rating Size: 1

This is the most amazing sports bra ever! I have always had a hard time finding a good one because I have a small band size and large cup size. This fits exactly like it should. I'm so impressed! I've never had support like this before. I'm excited to go to the gym to try it out! Sarah from Atlanta/GA/USA
  • Posted: April, 2003
rating Size: 4

I was excited to receive my new ENELL sports bra in the mail today, but then I was quickly disappointed once I tried it on. The bra is sturdy, which is what I was looking for, but it just won’t work. As the bra is a perfect fit (around the body wise), the cup size is too large to give any needed support! I was afraid of this when first looking at the sizing options. As a 42D, there is no way I can squeeze into the number 3 that only goes to a 40 (around wise)! R. Colbert from Moore, OK USA
  • Posted: March, 2003
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