Women's Fornia High Neck Sports Bra

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Product Description

The Women's Fornia High Neck Sports Bra will provide support and comfort during daily activities. This high neck bra provides medium support with removable padded cups making it perfect for transitioning from a day at work to hitting the yoga studio. With soft, stretchy fabric that wicks moisture away from the body and dries quickly, the Women's Fornia High Neck Sports Bra will keep you comfortable all day. 

  • Racerback
  • High-rise neckline
  • Removable padded cups
  • Seamless construction for comfort
  • Soft, stretchy fabric wicks moisture and dries quick
  • Provides compression support for medium-impact activities
  • Imported
  • Fabric: 92% nylon, 8% spandex
  • Care: Machine wash, hang to dry

Customer Reviews

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SO comfortable for easy, casual wear!
LOVE LOVE LOVE this top! I wanted a cute crop for casual wear or light impact activity like yoga. This one doesn't disappoint! The material is so comfortable and breathable with a great amount of stretch. I personally prefer to remove the cups which was easy to do. I'd highly recommend this for casual wear or to go out. I wear a 32D and wouldn't recommend for something high impact like running. Liked it so much I had to buy every color!
August 19, 2020
Everything about the bras was great. They wash well and hold their shape great price too!
I love my high neck sports bras.
June 17, 2020
5 months ago
I was hoping I would love it but it cuts across my breasts and isn’t a comfortable fit. I feel I’m constantly pulling and tugging on it for better coverage.
February 20, 2020
8 months ago
Love ... love....love this!!! Not for bigger chested people though! Wear it under my workout shirts and looks great and moves with me! Just LOVE it. Got all colors now.
November 16, 2019
1 year ago