Moving Comfort Charity

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Moving Comfort's Charity page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Moving Comfort's Charity sports bra has a lot to give, especially when it comes to high-impact workouts! Its dual-performing compression and contoured design provide the ultimate support and a perfect fit, no matter the activity. Available Colors: DAWN, VERDANT, BLACK, SEAGLASS, GRAPE SODA, BLACK SHIMMER URBAN STRIPE, BLACK/BLACK LUCKY STRIPE, LIME, OCEAN, SUNSET.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Charity Bra by Moving Comfort is a stylish bra that offers seam-free cups, inside and out, with moderate contour. This bra is shape-enhancing and extremely supportive. The racer- back styling is very comfortable during any kind of a workout.Body is 82 % polyester DriLayer Cool fabric with 18% spandex.Mesh is 81% nylon DriLayer Powermesh with 19% spandex.Interior cups are 89% polyester with 11% spandex.Lining is 79% nylon DriLayer Powermesh Plus with 21% spandex.Seam-free interior molded cups with moderate contour, provide support , shape, modesty and maximum moisture transfer.Powermesh back area adds support and ventilation.Seam below front bust is flattering and provides added support.Wide, shaped straps help stabilize and add comfort.Import.

- Campmor

The Moving Comfort Charity bra provides support and shape without added padding. Polyester/spandex blend fabric wicks moisture away from the skin and dissipates it quickly. Seam-free interior molded cups provide medium support. Lower elastic band keeps bra secure without stifling skin underneath. Powermesh rear zone offers incredible ventilation. Wide, shaped straps for comfort. Closeout.


Moving Comfort Charity


The Moving Comfort Charity is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 14, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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