Best Sports Bras for Every Budget

Best Sports Bras for Every Budget

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It's no secret that wearing a sports bra is 'hella important. Wearing one while you train minimises the impact of your chest's movement during exercise, allowing for an easy, pain-free workout.

The right sports bra should fit comfortably snug, but not so tight that it feels suffocating to wear. There are several health and performance-enhancing benefits and trust us, even if you're a long-serving member of the itty bitty committee, don't be fooled into thinking you can do without.

Depending on the impact of the activity, there are different sports bras to suit. Check out our favourites for every budget, so you can get the most cup for your coin. 

ARK SPORTS BRA

LOW IMPACT

The workhorse of your workout wardrobe, the Ark offers simplistic, no-nonsense design with all the support you need to train. Available in Black, Charcoal Marl and Deep Ruby, this versatile bra won't break the bank.

PRICE: $30 | £20

EMPOWER SPORTS BRA

MEDIUM IMPACT

Take on your training with confidence in the Empower, for immovable support and the ultimate feeling of secure comfort. With removable padding and an adjustable crossover, open back feature, its design offers a bespoke fit and durability.

Available in Black, Deep Plum, Deep Teal, Dusky Teal and Slate Lavender, it's a serious contender for favourite. We love.

PRICE: $40 | £30

SILVER LINING SEAMLESS

HIGH IMPACT

Thoughtfully designed to enhance your workout, the Silver Lining Seamless is ultra high support and high-performing. Its shape is unique, with straps that hug your shoulders and an adjustable T-shape racerback for tailored comfort. 

Flattering contour patterns and unique dipped bust ensure you look and feel your best, whilst soft and stretchy jacquard waistband will stay put no matter the intensity. 

With removable padding for customisable support, the Silver Lining is a must for the girl after gains. 

PRICE: $45 | £35

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