I need to be honest for a quick second. I’ve been trying to write this post for weeks — WEEKS! — and just haven’t taken the time to do it. Let’s all thank the Spring Break for giving me some time to actually breathe for a few days. #teacherproblems
A few weeks ago, I talked about some of the best sports bras for chesty ladies. While I was writing that post, I discovered that one of my favorite bras, the Moving Comfort Juno, had been updated by Brooks. Was Moving Comfort purchased by Brooks? It appears that way. Anyway, I was due for a new bra, so I decided to order the Brooks version and compare it to my trusty Moving Comfort.
Overall, I maintain that the Juno is still one of the best sports bras for a large bust. While some of the reviews on the Brooks website are lackluster, I find the changes to be subtle. The most noticeable (at least when you’re wearing it) difference between the Brooks Juno and the Moving Comfort Juno is that the Brooks is less modest in the cleavage area. The previous style had a slight v-neck and the Brooks style is crew neck and doesn’t lay as flat on my chest. Modesty, or lack thereof, can be a deal breaker for some women — in fact, it usually is for me. However, this honestly doesn’t bother me at all! I don’t notice it while I’m running. In my opinion, the best sports bra is the one you’re not thinking about during activity. With a snug band, adjustable straps, hook-and-eye closure in the back, and breathable support during long runs, the Brooks Juno makes a great addition to your collection! If you’d like to check it out, click here!
Great for any activity
Breathable/doesn’t cause me to chafe
Many size offerings
A bit pricey ($65.00)
Less modest than the previous version
Some may find it difficult to get on/off
Tell me: What’s your favorite sports bra or other workout gear?
I’m linking up this post for Fit & Fashionable Friday with Nicole!