Moving Comfort Sizing Chart
Moving Comfort Sportsbras - Use these guidelines to ensure a proper fit. You'll need to determine your band size and cup size.
1. Band size: When finding your size, first measure around your rib cage, just underneath your breasts. The tape should be tight, but not restrictive, and straight all around. Add five inches to your rib cage measurement, then round to the nearest even number and record it. This is your band size measurement (the numerical portion of 36C).
2. Cup size: Measure loosely around the fullest part of your bust, keeping it straight around your body. Record the number. Round this measurement up to the nearest whole number. This will determine your cup size.
Bra size: Subtract Band Size (1) from Cup Size (2). The result will determine your sports bra size. For example, if your band size is 34" and your bust measured 36", your bra size would be a 34B.
|5-inch||DD Cup (E)|
Many Moving Comfort sports bras come in extra-small to extra-large sizes rather than in numerical bra sizes. This chart designates which numerical bra sizes fall within each size category.
|High Impact||Running, Soccer, Tennis|
|Medium Impact||Eliptical Trainer, Power Walking, Hiking|
|Low Impact||Yoga & Pilates, Weight Training, Walking|
|C||Compression: Bra cup construction that redistributes breast tissue to evenly press against the chest wall to lmit motion|
|E||Encapsulation: Bra cup construction that surrounds the breast to give support and shaping. Based on various degrees of impact, this structure helps to protect the breast tissue from horizontal, vertical and circular motion during sports activities.|
|E/C||Encapsulation & Compression: The two methods are combined within one bra, offering superior support and comfort.|
Bahama Blue, Black/ White, Grape Soda, Pixie, Stardust, Sunset and White.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large and size extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl.