Rebound Racer
Rebound Racer
Rebound Racer
Rebound Racer
Rebound Racer
Rebound Racer Rebound Racer Rebound Racer Rebound Racer Rebound Racer
Rebound Racer

Rebound Racer

High Impact Sports Bras

High Impact

4.2 Stars 605 Reviews

Love that locked-in feel? With front-adjustable straps and adjustable rear closure, this low-profile bra delivers compressive support and a personalized fit.

Sale

018
021
052
361
465
583

Selected

Color: 018
350037 http://schema.org/NewCondition http://schema.org/OutOfStock

Specs

Impact Type

High Impact

Breast Shape

Shallow, Semi-Full

Country of Origin

Imported

Fabric

Body: 80% Polyester, 20% Spandex CUPS: 93% polyester, 7% spandex

Adjustability

back

Technology

DriLayer Horsepower

Fabric & Care

Hand washing is ideal, but not always possible. Fasten all hooks and straps, place in a lingerie bag, and use the gentle or delicate cycle. Always line dry, and never use dryer sheets or fabric softeners—they can clog the fabric and shorten the life of the bra.

Benefits

Rebound Racer
Rebound Racer (0:34)
Rebound Racer
Superior Support

Superior Support

Compressive, molded cups with limited stretch maintain shape and keep everything in place.

Breathable Comfort

Breathable Comfort

Enjoy a winning combination of DriLayer® sweat-wicking fabric and built-in power mesh ventilation in key sweat zones.

Personalized Fit

Personalized Fit

The adjustable straps and back closure provide a custom fit for lasting comfort.

Compression

Encapsulation/compression.

Our Runners Have Spoken

4.2 StarsStars
Very comfortable
Very uncomfortable Very comfortable
High support
Low support High support

So great in so many ways!

Bought a while back for running. Great for high impact activities like running, zumba, or softball. An added benefit of the adjustable straps is that it's super easy to unhook one side and breastfeed my daughter!

PA

Would purchase again

Good support. Stays put so I don't get any chaffing

New Jersey

Hard to get on, but worth it

My rib cage size is actually a 33 and I still had an extremely difficult time putting this bra on for the first time. It got stuck around my shoulders. It was so tight it was noticeably affecting my breathing, but honestly I feel like that's kind of what I need to really stop bouncing. I went for a run and it felt like the first time that I wasn't actively thinking about how much my breasts…

My rib cage size is actually a 33 and I still had an extremely difficult time putting this bra on for the first time. It got stuck around my shoulders. It was so tight it was noticeably affecting my breathing, but honestly I feel like that's kind of what I need to really stop bouncing. I went for a run and it felt like the first time that I wasn't actively thinking about how much my breasts were bouncing. I've worn it a couple of times now, including for a race, and it's loosened up a bit and been great. So, it was worth the torture of initially putting it on. I'd buy another one. Read More
Washington, DC

Definitely great for that compact feeling.

As a decently endowed runner (DD) I'm always seeking the max support. I loved and still miss the old Juno and have been seeking a replacement. This is indeed pure compression. Not very flattering in shape but does that job very well! I have yet to try anything more than 6 miles in this one but suspect will be great. The fit is more snug but I wouldn't try a larger size.

NJ

Good bra!

This bra is good and offers plenty of support for me but after about 30 minutes, the Velcro straps start to itch around my collarbones. They don't chafe or anything (I haven't tested it past an hour yet) but it's kind of annoying. While it's easier to get into and out of than your standard pull-on sports bra, it still takes a little flexibility and patience to get it snapped. The size…

This bra is good and offers plenty of support for me but after about 30 minutes, the Velcro straps start to itch around my collarbones. They don't chafe or anything (I haven't tested it past an hour yet) but it's kind of annoying. While it's easier to get into and out of than your standard pull-on sports bra, it still takes a little flexibility and patience to get it snapped. The size recommendation based on their fit guide suggests a 31.5inch rib cage should get a size 36, but I found that this put me on the smallest hook, so if it stretches out I'll have nowhere to go. I'm keeping it, but if I were to reorder I would have gone for a 34. Read More
Baltimore MD