Isis Sport Seamless C/D Bra

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Jump for joy in this bra! No, really jump - the girls will stay in place. This is a great sports bra with the traditional or racer back strap options that allow you to adjust the bra for maximum or minimal support.

- Isis

The double-layer Isis Sport Seamless C/D Sports Bra is built to support C-D cups during high-impact activities, and also accommodates B cups.

- REI

Keep your chest comfortable and secure while you run, play tennis, hike, or dance with the Isis Women's Sport Seamless C/D Sports Bra. An internal compression shelf bra, racer-back design, and double-layer construction provide high-impact support for C-D cups, while the moisture-management fabric supplies comfort.

- Backcountry.com

Isis Women's Sport Seamless C-D Bra DECENT FEATURES of the Isis Women's Sport Seamless C/D Bra Double-layer construction for added support and coverage Fully adjustable padded straps to accommodate racerback design Internal compression shelf bra for additional support and coverage Engineered knit pattern for ideal moisture management and support High impact built to support C-D cups, accommodate B cups Internal shape pocket accommodates a pad or prosthetic insert The SPECS of the Isis Women's Sport Seamless C/D Bra 84% Nylon 12% Polyester 4% Spandex

- Moosejaw

Isis Sport Seamless C/D Bra

previously retailed for:
$24.00 - $48.95

The Isis Sport Seamless C/D Bra is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 20, 2016 at REI.

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