A great workout starts with a supportive sports bra
. Title Nine’s C cup sports bras are built for bounce-free workouts, no matter your size. Whether you’re looking for a high-impact underwire sports bra for high-impact activities, or a low-impact wirefree
option that still gives full-support, we’ve got a bra in your cup size that will keep your boobs happy.
How can I make sure that a C cup is the size I need?
The best way to find a sports bra that fits is by measurements—one size definitely does not fit all, so it’s important to use your bust measurements to get just the right fit. Grab a tape measure and take three quick bust measurements — right underneath your armpits, at the fullest part of your bust, and around your ribcage, just beneath your breasts. Then head over to our Bra Size Calculator
to make sure a C cup will give you the best fit. Are you a B cup
or a D cup
instead? No worries—our sports bras come in B-DD and beyond, so whatever your bra cup size is, we’ve got your back (and your boobs).
Should I size up or down if I'm between band sizes?
Once you have your bust size from the Title Nine Bra Fit calculator
, you should be able to dial in your perfect bra fit—but there’s always a possibility of being between sizes. Here are a few tips for getting it just right, even if your breasts don’t fit into a cup or band size at first glance:
- Try a sports bra with hook-and-eye closures—this will give you the flexibility of being able to customize your band size. If you’re already on the smallest set of hooks at try on, try sizing down—your sports bra will stretch as it wears, so starting with a smaller size will give you more room to adjust.
- Adjustable straps are your friend—adjusting shoulder straps can help dial in your sports bra’s fit, taking care of any small sizing issues you may have.
- Try cup and band sizing—whether you’re an A cup or DDD, cup and band sizing can help you dial in your perfect fit for your breast size, giving you the full support you and your girls deserve.
- Try a different style sports bra—racerback bras
will fit differently than a convertible bra with a j-hook, while a compression bra will feel different than an encapsulation bra. Try an underwire sports bra
or a bra with molded cups—you might be surprised at what you prefer.
Don’t be afraid to try a bunch on to find your perfect fit—and don’t forget, at Title Nine you can take it for a test drive, and return it anytime with our 360 guarantee.
Are C cup sports bra styles supportive enough to run and jump in?
Finding the right support for your workout can be tricky. A high-intensity activity like running or HIIT workouts needs a high impact sports bra to keep your boobs bounce-free, while low-impact sports like yoga and cycling require less support. Luckily, at Title Nine, our Barbell Ratings do all the hard work for you, providing a great way to evaluate each sports bra’s support at a glance. C cup breasts should have at least two barbells for low-impact activities, while three and four barbells should do the trick for high-impact activities.
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