Sugoi Bridget Sports Bra

Sugoi Bridget Sports Bra
Sugoi Bridget Sports Bra
Sugoi Bridget Sports Bra

Sugoi Great sports bra performance with stylish lines and the ease of a back hook/eye closure

Size Chart

Your PriceUS $44.95
Retail Price US $50.00
Weight 0.625

Great sports bras performance with stylish lines and the ease of a back hook/eye closure

�Vector Stretch is detailed along the front V and back panel
�Soft ESP Mesh attached bra with supportive stretch and breathability
�Adjustable back hook and eye closure with cross-over straps for ultimate support

FABRIC: Vector Stretch


sports bras

COLORS: Black, White

Maximum Support

High Impact
C Cup

Med Impact
D Cup

Low Impact
DD Cup

ESP Mesh
100% Extra Stretch Polyester
ESP MESH is made with a high memory yarn that provides stretch without lycra. With its moisture management properties and inner light brushing, it is designed to be worn next to skin.

Sugoi makes garments in several distinct fits to suit nearly every type of body.
A series of icons that you will see throughout thissite has been developed to describe the general fit shape of each garment from fully fitted to relaxed. Along with deciding which of these fit shapes best suits your needs, it is important to read and understand the approximate measurements that we use to establish our sizes and the accuracy we strive to achieve from size to size.

Sugoi Woman's size chart

Measuring Up
According to bras experts, a staggering 70 percent of women don't wear the correct bras size. One reason: Your breasts can grow, shrink, or change shape as you age. Another reason: Your rib cage expands 10 to 15 percent more across the back than the front during breathing.

Here's how to determine your correct size, using the Intimate Apparel Industry Standard: Measure your chest. While wearing a regular bra, measure your ribcage under your breasts, holding the tape measure snugly. Then add 5 inches to this number. This is your chest dimension. If the total is an odd number, like 37, round up to the next even number, or 38. Find your cup size. Holding the tape measure gently, measure around your back and across your breasts at their fullest point. Then subtract your chest dimension from this new measurement.

  • If the difference is 1 inch, you have an A cup.
  • If the difference is 2 inches, you have a B cup.
  • If the difference is 3 inches, you have a C cup.
  • If the difference is 4 inches, you have a D cup.
  • If the difference is 5 inches, you have a DD cup.
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