4 hours ago
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Thank you, Moving Comfort (again!) for not forgetting about the "fluffy" well-endowed athlete! LOL
It's no secret I'm a huge fan of Moving Comfort's apparel. In truth is, it was Misty, over at the Athena Diaries that turned me on to Moving Comfort with their Compression Running Shorts!* Their technical apparel works AND is comfortable. I can't say that about many of the leading athletic apparel brands. Moving Comfort also offers a Women's Plus line, called MCW, although they've scaled back what they offer for the Spring/Summer. I highly recommend MC to Athena triathletes seeking quality performance apparel.
First, know that Moving Comfort did not solicit this review. I purchased the bra and just want to share my experience.
I tried the CW-X racer back as well. CW-X claims it was for D & DD cups, but I can't see how really -- unless you are not Athena or Plus-sized. The two bras are like night and day! I tried swimming in the CW-X and it killed my neck after 40 minutes in open water and a 1 hour bike. Plus it was strictly compression, of which I'm really not a fan, but thought I would try it because on the whole I like CW-X products as well. The truth is, I couldn't wait to get out of the CW-X! Seriously, I was ready to take it off in the car and drive home braless! The Moving Comfort Juno was a completely different experience.
I know it's crazy to sound so excited about a sports bra, but I haven't been this excited since I tried the Maia! If you are looking for a good racer back for high impact, you have to try this one. And just because I'm a sucker for free shipping http://www.herroom.com/ has it for $52.
*Moving Comfort folks, if you ever come across this review I hope you consider doing a triathlon short based on your compressions short design -- it would rock!