These Are the 16 Sports Bras We're Actually Wearing Right Now

Ask any woman who works out about sports bras, and be prepared for a short monologue about her favorite brand or a horror story about the one that broke mid-sprint. People are passionate when it comes to sports bras because they're the most critical piece of our workout wardrobe. We just can't move without them. But, instead of holding on to the one you love for dear life, you should be refreshing your sports bra drawer with some degree of frequency, otherwise they stretch out and lose their shape and support. That's where we come in.

We've done a little digging and come up with our favorite sports bras that are available right now. Think high-support cult favorites and adorable strappy styles perfect for yoga. They're comfortable, supportive, and cute; what more could you ask for? Now all you have to do is shop!

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