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You deserve a sports bra that supports you and keeps everything in place so you can run, jump, and sweat as much as you want without a care in the world. No cleavage, no side-boob. You’re all about the hard work but mostly about the comfort.
- body 75% Polyester 25% spandex
- Fully lined
- Machine wash in cold water
- Secret to keeping sportswear looking great, don’t put it in the dryer
Named after the mountain pico Granate in Venezuela, Outplay’s Granate compression sports bra is made with super soft wicking material that hides sweat marks and doesn’t lose its color. It’s a racerback cut with straps measuring 1 1/2″ at the shoulder with a 1 1/2″ branded elastic around the ribcage. It holds you tight enough to avoid the sports bra slipping without being uncomfortable. Armholes on the Granate are cut close to the arms in the front to avoid any side skin showing. It has a deep opening as it curves towards the racer back cut. Sides measure approximately 6 1/2″ from armhole opening to the end of the sports bra elastic (exact length depends on the size). Outplay wave logo sits on the center back.
Available in black with white elastic or white with white elastic; in either low or high compression. Depending on how much hold you need, you may choose a lower or high compression level. Because the compression materials are built in to the sports top, you get complete coverage and hold through out. In the front of the top for the low compression option, and through out the front and the back for the high compression option. These are perfect sports tops for anyone with a larger chest or bigger breasts who want to keep everything in place during high intensity activity or just a hectic day where you just need to be comfortable and keep everything in its place. Compression levels are just like our compression swim tops. Keep in mind the compression sports tops are not binders. They are made with materials that do have stretch in them intended to be used to be active in. For more information on how we create the compression, read more here.