I Own 17 Sports Bras, but My Favorite Is Magically Supportive and Feels Barely-There All at Once

I’m just as likely to wear it on a run as I am to take a nap.

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It took a long time for me to get to a place where I genuinely enjoy running, but now that I do, I've amassed a workout wardrobe that gives me plenty of options. Each day (OK, a few days per week) when I'm getting ready to hit the pavement, I have a myriad of options when it comes to leggings, tops, and sweat-wicking socks. Plus, I have 17 sports bras in different colors, cuts, and fits to choose from, but there's one that always finds its way to the top of my drawer that I reach for every chance I get.

The FP Movement On the Radar Bra is the most comfortable sports bra—or bra, period—that I own. In fact, I love this bra so much that I'm just as likely to wear it on a run as I am to lie on my couch for a Sunday afternoon nap. Its seamless design means there aren't any areas where the fabric connects, forms a ridge, and then rubs against my skin, and even though it doesn't have built-in padding, the material is thick and compressive enough for a secure and smooth fit. This bra is made out of a nylon-poly blend with a touch of spandex for stretch, and the ribbed design makes it even more soft and comfy.

Free People: On The Radar Bra
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To buy: $48; freepeople.com.

The bra's most unique feature, however, is its "adjustable" straps. Unlike standard bras that have a piece of metal or plastic that can slide along the straps to make them longer or shorter, this one has a piece of fabric looped around both straps on the back of the bra that can be moved higher or lower to create a tighter or looser fit. The FP Movement bra fits me perfectly as is, something reviewers of all shapes and sizes agree with repeatedly in the reviews, but I like to move it up for a closer fit while running and slide it down for a slightly roomier feel when I'm just lounging at home.

The customizable bra comes in six colors and three sizes that each include a range (XS/S, M/L, L/XL), but shoppers say finding their ideal fit wasn't a guessing game. One wrote that they're typically a size 36D in regular bras and that the M/L "fits perfectly" and is "extremely comfortable and flattering."

Free People: On The Radar Bra
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To buy: $48; freepeople.com.

Another shopper, who added they're a nurse, spoke to how comfortable the bra is by writing that they can wear it all day under their scrubs "and then wear it to hit the gym after work." The reviewer called the bra a "great investment for your wardrobe," and said they love it so much, they own five.

And a third added that they're particular about bras and how they fit, so they had "no idea how much [they were] going to love this bra" until it came in the mail and they tried it on. The shopper shared that they "had to immediately go online and purchase it in other colors."

Discover just how comfortable and supportive the FP Movement On the Radar Bra is for yourself and order one (or several) for yourself today.

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