STEP 1: HOW TO TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS
1. Measure your underbust
Measure your underbust measurement with a tape measure. Measure in a straight line directly under the chest. Also make sure to place the tape measure against the body to get the right size.
2. Measure your chest
To determine the cup size, measure the largest part of your chest in a straight line and then refer to the following table for the correct size.
|Underbust in cm
|EU||Difference between 1 and 2
of 1 and 2
|Cup size||Sporty size|
|68 - 72||70||10 - 12||A||XS|
|73 - 77||75||13 - 14||B||S|
|78 - 82||80||15 - 16||C||M|
|83 - 87||85||17 - 18||D||L|
|88 - 92||90||19 - 20||E||XL|
|93 - 97||95||21 - 22||F||-
STEP 2: TARGET YOUR BUSINESS
GOOD TO KNOW...
WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF PLAYING SPORTS ON MY BREASTS?
As an example, you have to take into account the fact that when you run, your chest moves an average of 80 metres. Breast pain has thus become a problem for one in three marathon runners.
WILL MY BREASTS GET DAMAGED IF I TRAIN WITHOUT A BRA?
Yes, and this damage is irreversible.
WHY DO I HAVE TO WEAR A SPORTS BRA?
A good sports bra can reduce bounce by up to 75%. Make sure you always choose the right size and level of support for your sport.
HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE?
It's essential to take the right measurements. Always measure your chest and underbust measurement in a straight line, parallel to the floor.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT LEVEL OF SUPPORT?
You can consult our table for the level of support. Remember that a larger chest requires a higher level of support, even for low- and medium-impact sports.