I don't have to tell you that Amazon has just about everything. I think we've all figured that out by now, especially during a global pandemic. You can buy household essentials, beauty products, groceries, clothes, tech devices, plants, furniture… Heck, you can even buy a tiny house on the site.
I shop Amazon for a lot of stuff, but recently, I've been really going all-in on the retailer's extensive selection of activewear and fitness gear. I bought just about everything I need for my home gym through the retailer. And I've gotten a couple of leggings and other activewear pieces, all at affordable prices. While everyone seems to be talking about those viral TikTok leggings on Amazon these days, I'd like to call attention to the fact that there's a good variety of sports bras for every type of workout on the site, too. Take a look at the best-rated ones below.
I've been wearing more longline bras these days because I love the coverage. This one is perfect for low-impact workouts.
What a reviewer says: "This is my favorite sports bra I have ever owned. It is comfortable and keeps things in place without being too tight; I really like the look of it too."
Fittin Racerback Sports Bras ($10)
Yes, this classic sports bra is just $10. What a deal! The medium-support piece is moisture-wicking and has ventilation so you won't overheat.
What a reviewer says: "Nice, thick, comfortable. I usually wear a regular bra under my sports bras but this isn't necessary with these as it provides good lift and support. Not the greatest for high impact, but will work for the gym or yoga. Im 5'5", 155 lbs, wear a 36DDD cup. I ordered a large and it fits good. A medium probably would've worked for the high impact, but the large fits great."
Comfy Bra Light Support Seamless Sport Bra ($14)
This one is like a mix between a tank and a sports bra, but the best news is it's ultra comfortable. It's got a seamless fit and no padding, making it supportive and lightweight.
What a reviewer says: "I bought these as part of a wardrobe upgrade to encourage working out, and I found my new favorite bra! They are two layers of thin, stretchy material. Better for yoga and weights, not so much for all running."
Core 10 Icon Series Ballerina Sports Bra ($26)
Perfect for yoga, barre, Pilates, and other low-impact workouts, this strappy sports bra has a compressive fit and four-way stretch.
What a reviewer says: "This is a super comfortable sports bra. It is great for my bike commute to and from work. I was worried the extra straps and cut outs on the back would pinch, but I think they are much better than a standard razorback. The cups have lining so it gives you a bit of coverage when moving between steamy outside and air conditioning."
Glamorise Sports Bra ($22)
You'll get plenty of support in this bra to do your thing during workouts. It's easy to customize—it has adjustable straps and a hook-and-eye closure.
What a reviewer says: "Ladies, I've tried on so many sports bras and repeatedly struck out. This one gets the gold star for me! I'm an odd size, 32DD, so finding a snug fit with support is very tricky for me. This one doesn't come in my size so I just went up to my sister size, 34D and it fits great."
Champion Motion Control Zip ($28)
If you don't have a zip-front sports bra, do yourself a favor and invest in one. You'll never struggle with taking your bra off after a sweaty and tiring workout ever again.
What a reviewer says: "This one is my favorite. It stays in place and I never have to make 'adjustments' while running or working out."
Akamc 3 Pack Cross Back Sports Bra ($25)
Okay, three bras for $25 doesn't seem real, but it totally is. Each features a seamless design and is made of lightweight, moisture-wicking fabric that's lined with mesh.
What a reviewer says: "I am pretty content with these. Great value for the price. The material isn't too elastic to where is squeezes me too tight, but just enough stretch that I feel I can move and breathe. The straps don't dig in. It does tend to ride up a bit after a lot of movement, but it's not uncomfortable or digging in, and not nearly as bad as some others I've had."
Crz Yoga Strappy Longline Sports Bra ($28)
For medium-impact workouts, this longline bra features removable cups and a compressive design.
What a reviewer says: "This bra is great quality for the price! Love the tight stitching, sweat-wicking material, flattering fit, and compression."
Core 10 Medium Support Compression Sports Bra ($14)
Everyone needs a classic sports bra like this one in their activewear wardrobe. It has a highly compressive fit, so it's super supportive.
What a reviewer says: "For all those well-endowed ladies out there, this is a great bra. It fit true to size and is just snug enough to keep the girls in check. For those of us with a little extra in the mid section as well, the bottom band doesn't ride up or roll up. It has a thicker bottom band which is perfect for staying in place."
Yvette High Impact Sports Bras ($31)
If you need support for high-impact workouts, this one is for you. The mesh panel offers some breathability, while the hook-and-eye closure makes it easy to put on and take off.
What a reviewer says: "I love this sports bra! I'm a daily runner and for every run, it is a perfect fit and keeps everything in place perfectly. I love this sports bra so much that I've replaced ALL my old sports bras with these ones from Yvette!"
Amazon Essentials Medium Support Racerback Sports Bra ($9)
This racerback sports bra has a mesh panel in the back to keep you cool during the sweatiest workouts.
What a reviewer says: "Amazing sports bra! I run and do HIIT cardio workouts, and this bra has the hold that I need for a great price."
Syrokan Sports Bra ($26)
You get extra protection and support with this sports bra since it has double layers. It has mesh panels and an elastic under-band. You can wear it to even your highest-impact classes or workouts.
What a reviewer says: "It's super comfortable, and for a girl with a DDD chest, that is really saying something. I love that it's almost like two bras in one, and it distributes the weight evenly on my shoulders. The main complaint I have with sports bras isn't that I can't find one in my size, but that the straps are too thin/hurt my shoulders after more than an hour. Also, this bra is so neat-looking that I have actually worn tops where you can see it, and received a couple of compliments about it."
Champion Absolute Sports Bra ($27)
This bra has a SmoothTec band that prevents chafing, so you can move freely without feeling uncomfortable.
What a reviewer says: "The material is moisture-wicking. This held up well for a mile run, I haven't tried longer distance but I'm confident it will hold up well. I own various sports bras of different brands and this is by far one of the best I've had, especially given the price!"
Core 10 The Dare Devil Sports Bra ($26)
The cool thing about this sports bra's fabric is it has matte and shiny details. The medium-impact piece features four-way stretch, moisture-wicking fabric, and a racerback with a cutout.
What a reviewer says: "The bra provides a good amount of support without being super suffocating or having underwire. The support largely comes from a good amount of compression, and holds up for moderate jumping in my HIIT classes. I wouldn’t run distances in this, but it’s good enough for a studio-based class."
Running Girl Sports Bra ($16)
With a crisscross back, this sports bra will make you feel supported as you move throughout your workout. It also has removable cups and a soft elastic underbust band.
What a reviewer says: "I purchased this awesome bra for Zumba. I love it. It is not too tight. I can move, breathe, and forget about my bra altogether. It has a really pretty look. I love the color. It's well made. There is no chafing or discomfort, and it is the last thing on my mind when I'm dancing. I also run in it, walk in it, clean house in it, and I just love it."
More Amazon Workout Gear to Shop
Sporzon Colored Neoprene Coated Dumbbell Set With Stand ($72)
This dumbbell set is essential for those arm workouts. Each weight has a neoprene coating for extra grip.
Fit Simplify Resistance Loop Exercise Bands ($10)
I own these resistance bands and highly recommend them. They come in five different resistance levels, so you can switch them up during your workouts. They're also great for stretching.
Gaiam Essentials Thick Yoga Mat ($20)
If you're going to have one thing for your at-home gym, it should probably be a mat. This one is extra thick to support your joints and knees.
Amazon Basics High-Density Exercise, Massage, Muscle Recovery, Round Foam Roller ($10)
Your recovery time is important, too. A foam roller helps me stretch out my muscles after a workout. I also like using it after a long day hunched over my laptop.
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