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About Moving Comfort

For over 30 years, Moving Comfort® has been equipping women for fitness by designing and delivering performance apparel, sports bras and accessories that support and inspire women to get fit, be healthy and achieve their personal best.  Each style in the Moving Comfort collection is designed to empower fit and powerful women by providing necessary function and support, while still allowing for unique and personal style. 

Every piece is constructed with high-quality fabrics that provide just the right amount of stretch. The quick wicking properties provided by Moving Comfort’s signature fit and comfort help keep you dry no matter what your activity level. Thoughtful details and design lines come to life in the form of sleek and contoured necklines, custom fit liners, reflective logos and hidden pockets - all customized to fit the female form.

With styles and colors that pop, Moving Comfort has your style needs covered! Fashion forward prints and cuts allow for mixing and matching to your own personal style needs. Whether you’re heading to a yoga class, or running a marathon, Moving Comfort has got the modern-day active woman covered. They've catered themselves to outfitting women since 1977, so rest assured, they'll have something you're sure to love.

Latest Reviews

  • Vixen Sports Bra A/B Posted: Aug 21, 2016 Reviewer: from Overall: 2 Stars Comfort: 1 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    studied the description and sizing but band is very tight. Could hardly get it off. Returning.
  • Maia Bra Posted: Aug 21, 2016 Reviewer: from Overall: 2 Stars Comfort: 3 Stars Look: 3 Stars
    Sigh. I really like the Fiona but was trying to find something that I could also wear to work and then hit the gym right after without changing. I was trying to avoid the dreaded uniboob look. And it is better that way. But the underwire makes it pretty uncomfortable and the top straps are not adjustable enough to hold the girls in. So--uncomfortable and doesn't get the job done. Worst $58 I've spent in a while. I'm sticking with the Fiona.
  • Embody Bra Posted: Aug 12, 2016 Reviewer: Cardio Addict from Los Angeles Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    This is Moving Comfort's new style and I LOVE it! I'm a Juno fan (own more than TWENTY Junos in every color and pattern). As a 32DD who has done very, extremely HIGH impact cardio dance for over 40 years, I need serious support--but as a dancer, I want style, too. Got the sterling and was thrilled I had silver hip-hop pants that perfectly matched. Wore the Embody the day I got it. First off, it's the first Level D impact bra which I can wear with the straps crossed in back (with other brands that have this feature, one loses the "bracing" effect of the strap in the traditional mode). The bra has an underwire, which I like, and as with all Moving Comfort, every facet is duly padded--the hook closure, the underwires, the straps (which racks up the price of the bra--phenomenal tailoring). The front part is very interesting; inside is a "padded" separate part, as if one were to insert a cookie or something (but not: it's just unattached "padded part" that stabilizes the girls). I worried that this bra might cause a uni-boob, but no way. It's "low" enough in front for a modest bit of attractive cleavage, almost like a demi (we dancers gotta like fine!) I can't speak for runners (who tend to have chafing issues), or if you do spin or ride a horse (when I do spin, I wear the Maia), but for very, VERY high impact cardio (we're talking, jumping up and down REPEATEDLY to the FAST rhythm, with the heels of your feet hitting your buttocks!) you are girded rock solid. The sterling is knock-out pretty, too! I still like the Juno better, but one plus is THIS is waaaaaay easier to get on! I will definitely buy another when a new color comes out.
  • Maia Bra Posted: Aug 8, 2016 Reviewer: from Overall: 1 Stars Comfort: 1 Stars Look: 1 Stars
    This is the worst bra ever made. I'm usually a DDD and I ordered a DD hoping it would fit snugly. There was fabric gathering in both cups making it look like I had folded up panties and shoved them in my bra. Overall, it appeared to fit which was the weird thing - it's almost required that your breasts are pushing and busting out with force to straighten the fabric out, but I bought this bra so I wouldn't feel strangled. This excess fabric was awkward and unusual. The wrinkly breast look is not a good one. If you want to straighten out the weird excess fabric then order 3 sizes down. Definitely not a bra that was made by women and I will certainly be returning it. This makes me question everything from this brand.
  • Juno Bra Posted: Aug 7, 2016 Reviewer: from Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    I'm a runner and wear regular bra size 36DD. I order a size down (36D) for the extra support and it is perfect. I love this bra and have repurchased three times. Having said this, I want to mention that the bra's week link is consistently the hook and eye closure. The hooks come out after about 20 wears. I will buy another because the fit is unsurpassed, but I do hope for improvement in this one area.
  • Fiona Bra Posted: Aug 1, 2016 Reviewer: from New Jersey Overall: 4 Stars Comfort: 4 Stars Look: 3 Stars
    I bought two of these. The description of this bra - printed on the tag as well as on the product page - says it has molded cups. It doesn't have molded cups; it's soft and unstructured. I was specifically looking for something with molded cups because they feel more substantial than other types of sports bras. I was very disappointed that the bra was soft and not actually molded, but I tried it anyway. It does the job and I have no bounce when I run. No chafe, either, on six miles. So I decided to keep them. I just wish the fabric was thicker and the description supplied by Brooks/Moving Comfort was not misleading.
  • Fiona Bra Posted: Aug 1, 2016 Reviewer: from Denver, CO Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    I've worn the Fiona (32DD) since beginning to run 10 years ago, and was apprehensive when I learned that Brooks would be modifying it somewhat. Contrary to some other reviewers, the changes have only made a great bra better! I find it even more comfortable than the older version and the support remains the best I've found.
  • Maia Bra Posted: Aug 1, 2016 Reviewer: Diana Pankowski from Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    The BEST bra for major support when exercising. Have been wearing for years...nuthin else!
  • Vixen Sports Bra A/B Posted: Jul 31, 2016 Reviewer: from Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 4 Stars
    Super comfortable bra. Have had this bra two weeks, but seems high quality to hold up for awhile.
  • Fiona Bra Posted: Jul 27, 2016 Reviewer: Meg Campana from Buffalo, NY Overall: 3 Stars Comfort: 3 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    As other reviewers mentioned, the band does roll up which i can tolerate for short runs but I think will drive me crazy over long runs. It does keep the girls in place though and the fabric is very silky and soft.
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