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- Leslie Price, Racked National editor: "I hate sports bras because I don't really need one, so I usually go for bralettes. I have been wearing
- Natalie Alcala, Racked LA editor: "I love IntiMint's collab with Cosabella. The Topanga Triangle Sports Bra ($50) is a personal
- Tiffany Yannetta, Racked New York editor: "I barely need a sports bra and do mostly yoga and barre, so I usually wear Gap Body's Low Impact Sports
- Susie Kostaras, Racked Boston editor: "I don't need too much support when working out—itty-bitty-titty committee over here—and will second Tiffany on the power of
- Jenny Berg, Racked Chicago editor: "The highest impact workout I do ends with a communal “ohm,” so I’m intrigued by Natori's Yogi Wir
- Kristen Philipkoski, Racked San Francisco editor: "I swear by the C9 by Champion sports bras at Target. The
- Laura Gurfein, Racked New York associate editor: "I love GapFit's high impact style ($36). Molded cups and an adjustable back clasp—
- Anna Caplan, Racked Dallas editor: "Lululemon's Ta Ta T
- Driely Schwartz, Racked photographer: "I mostly do boxing and running, which requires a lot of support for my DD's. I've tried bras from Champion, Nike, Victoria's Secret, Adidas, and Athleta and nothing
Welcome back to Editor's Essentials, a new Wednesday feature in which editors from around the Racked network discuss their all-time favorite buys. Today we're tackling sports bras.
Our staffers run the gamut from A to DD, and practice everything from barre to bootcamp. Read on for the sports bras we trust to carry us through breaking a sweat, holding a pose, and sometimes just running errands.
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