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Shock Absorber Multi Sports Max Support Sports Bra s4490 Reviews

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rating Size: 38HH

I love the way this bra holds me. I am very active and this bra hold the girls in place while I work out. Seygyrl from Oakland
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 60s
  • Posted: April, 2015
rating Size: 30FF

It isn't heavy or in the way. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Posted: April, 2015
rating Size: 34E

I love this bra!!! I was so excited to find a bra in my size that was actually cute and colorful (I got the purple one). I also never seem to be able to find racer back style sports bras in my style, so I often have the problem of straps sliding off--pretty annoying during a workout. The system on this one makes it so that does not happen. Amy from Philadelphia
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: April, 2015
rating Size: 28DDDD

Comfortable and holds everything in place. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Posted: March, 2015
rating Size: 34C

Fit perfectly. Love it. Mimi from Melbourne
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: March, 2015
rating Size: 30DD

Perfect. My holy grail of sports bras. I have been wearing this for the last 4 years and could probably get another year out of it. Really holds the girls in, even during sprints. Erica from Brooklyn
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: March, 2015
rating Size: 40HH

The cups are to small but since I have the largest cup size offered, I will deal with it for now. It does offer good support for yoga but wearing it for the day I did have to readjust a few times since they got smooshed together. Genny from MI
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: March, 2015
rating Size: 40DD

While I like the style, it is too tight around me... can't even breathe :( Lori from Virginia Beach
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: February, 2015
rating Size: 34G

I found this item didn't provide nearly enough support for larger breasts. I also dislike that it just squishes everything together in a horrible round uni-boob. I would not recommend this bra for women with larger breasts intending to do medium-high impact activities. Melissa
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: February, 2015
rating Size: 36FF

PROS: - Fits my 36FF chest just fine. - No chafing. - Chest isn't sore after my 5 mile runs every day. - Looks cute enough to not wear a shirt with it, if you like. CONS: - A tiny bit difficult to put on because of the top hooks. - Not ideal for very high impact activity (ex: plyometrics). - Slight uniboob-age. All in all, this suits my purposes just fine. You can run and do yoga and pilates in this thing, no problem. But if you're looking for something to stop all movement, this bra isn't the one. Still, a very good bra and totally worth the price. Elyse from Powhatan, VA, USA
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: August, 2014
rating Size: 34C

This is a great bra for high intensity workouts. The fit on the band was snug so if you are an in-between size, you might want to consider going with the bigger size. However, after a few uses, it has settled in well for me and doesn't feel so tight. I use it when I run and also for HIIT and have noticed no bounce, chaffing, or discomfort. A big bonus is that is that its easy to put on and take off. Aks from India
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: August, 2014
rating Size: 34FF

I love this sports bra. It lends the right support for vigorous workouts without feeling too constrictive. It offers a very good fit and is comfortable to wear. Val from Manalapan, NJ
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: August, 2014
rating Size: 34E

Great support, especially for high intensity exercises (running, HIIT, etc). A little tricky to get that 2nd snap closed, but worth it for a supportive racer-back bra. Love. smm from San Francisco, CA
  • Height: Tall (5'9" and over)
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: August, 2014
rating Size: 36HH

This has got to be the 1st Sports Bra that has actually helped during my work out. Bye Bye wearing 2 bras to work out. Hello Shock Absorber. Cece from Massachussetts
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: July, 2014
rating Size: 34HH

Comfortable, provides moderate support, a little bouncy still for high impact. Jen from Rhode Island
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 20s
  • Posted: June, 2014
rating Size: 32FF

It holds the girls in great, but I need a larger cup size. Summer from USA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: May, 2014
rating Size: 34G

I desperately wanted a running bra that would not make me sweat uncontrollably and that would hold me in. This got good reviews. I just wish HerRoom was clearer on ordering that this was UK sizes, not US sizes. I ended up with a cup that was 34I, not 34G. It is 34G UK, not 34G US. It feels a bit loose across the top of my breast, but I'll get used to it I guess.

Shock Absorber Response: We apologize you had a negative experience with this style. This style comes in the fuller cup sizes and offers maximum support when the fabric fits properly to the breasts.

HerRoom Response: Please refer to the sizing chart to order your correct size. This will show you the Universal Cup Size for this brand. K from Atlanta

  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: May, 2014
rating Size: 40G

It supports me in whatever I want to do. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 34I

I've bought this bra twice and I love it to pieces. I run in it and never notice bouncing, slipping, rubbing, or chafing. I'm in love with this bra. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 40G

I love to stay active and this is the one and only bra that allows me to be the warrior that I want to be! Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 28E

It's extremely supportive. No bouncing! Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 32FF

Comfortable and great support. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 36FF

I have finally found a supportive bra that I can jog in. I have always had a problem with being unable to find a bra that is large enough and supportive enough for me. I love that this bra does not have underwires. It is made very well and has quality stitching. The straps are close enough in the back to allow for tanks. I am definitely ordering another! Tammy from Chillicothe, Ohio, USA
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 36H

Comfortable and very supportive. Submitted from TheUndies.com
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Posted: April, 2014
rating Size: 32FF

Fit about like a size Large pullover sports bra would have. Had to return it because it obviously wouldn't fit a FF cup.

Shock Absorber Response: Perhaps best to try a size up if the FF isn't fitting. Go to G cup.

  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: March, 2014
rating Size: 34HH

There are not many sports bras out there for this size and this one does a good job considering. This is my second Shock Absorber bra that I have purchased. Tara from Atlanta, GA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 40s
  • Posted: January, 2014
rating Size: 38F

This bra is AMAZING for runners. It doesn't shift, bounce, or distract me at all while I'm running, which is something I never could have imagined. I was a small 38H when I bought this (remember, this is UK sizing) and didn't find I needed to size up at all. If anything, because I knew I'd be losing weight, I wanted it to be on the tighter side--I gambled on the size, and got lucky on the first try. Buying my second one 18 mos later because it's now way too big. :) Jen from Boise, ID
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: January, 2014
rating Size: 34E

This is a present for my daughter and I found the colors dynamic and the bra itself really nice. Can't give more info til Santa delivers it Jayejean from LI NY
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: December, 2013
rating Size: 32HH

One of the only razor back bras that fits a large chest with small ribs. It isn't the most comfortable but it's better than most. It does give the uniboob look. It's good for lower impact activities like cycling and yoga. I wouldn't run in it. I'm a 30H almost always, but as suggested by other reviewers, I ordered the 32HH (size up in both cup and rib) and it fits OK. I'd be tempted to try a 30J if they made it. Best thing about this bra? The razor back is held with two separate sets of clasps, two hooks each. This makes it much easier to get on if you are flexible enough to do your bra up behind yourself. You can hook the lower ones (easy) and have those hold while you struggle with the upper ones (hard). I don't see any way to get this bra on by the front-clip twist-around method (if you have very large boobs and small ribs). Gail from San Francisco, CA USA
  • Height: Average Height (5'4"-5'8")
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: October, 2013
rating Size: 38F

Can't recommend this bra enough. I wore a 40I in most US bras when I purchased this, but between the conversion to UK sizing and recommendations on Amazon to size down a tad, I went with the 38F and have been extremely happy. Now that I've dropped 20 pounds, I'm having to buy a smaller one, but the girls have been happy through more than 200 miles of running. Love it. Jen from Boise, ID
  • Height: Petite (5'3" and under)
  • Age: 30s
  • Posted: October, 2013
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