Women's Sports Bras
Get the support you need. Our women's sports bras are built to perform. We have bras to match every body type and every level of dedication to sports.
Athletic Sports Bras Designed for All Bodies
Feel the freedom to workout and move the way you want to with adidas' new sports bra collection. Over 90% of women are wearing the wrong size sports bra and aren't getting the right support when exercising. We wanted to change that by redesigning all of ours so they work for you. Co-created with real women and tested by athletes in studio sport, training and running, the collection provides different levels of support for all bodies, all sizes, and all sports.
Support for Every Sport
adidas workout bras have a snug compressive fit that gives you confidence to jump, run, bend, and stretch without any distractions. Our support bras feature sleek performance fabric for training activities that range in intensity, from core workouts to spin, HIIT, martial arts and team sports.
A lightweight, supportive sports bra is the foundation of a great workout. Our range offers light- and medium-support bras with super-soft fabric for studio sports like yoga, Pilates and barre. Choose a medium-impact sports bra for hiking, or high-impact for running. Specialist running bras offer support and clean seaming designed to minimize breast movement and reduce chafing through every stride. Being active has never felt so good.
You can also find padded sports bras that allow you to have control over how much shaping you want. For hot days and intense workouts, you can count on AEROREADY technology to keep you cool and dry by wicking away moisture.
Support Is Everything
Not all performance sports bras are created equal. There are so many different breast shapes and body sizes that need a customized fit and smart technology so you can feel confident enough to push your workouts to the next level. Using flexible performance fabrics, seamless finishing, convertible straps and the right support to soften bounce, our sports bras will make you feel like anything is possible.
"Over 90% of women have been reported to be wearing the wrong size sports bra" Coltman CE, Steele JR, McGhee DE (2018) Which Bra Components Contribute to Incorrect Bra Fit in Women Across a Range of Breast Sizes? Clothing and Textiles Research Journal.
Frequently Asked Questions About adidas Sports Bras
Is a sports bra good for large cup sizes?
Yes, the right sports bra offers good support for large cup sizes (E+). If you wear a large cup size, a high-impact bra can be great for HIIT, boxing and other high-intensity workouts, but also for low-impact activities like yoga or walking. Bras made specifically for running offer higher support for all cup sizes. (They’re designed to handle the repetitive vertical and lateral movement created by running.) High-support bras made for workouts include the adidas TLRD Impact Luxe and Fast Impact Luxe. Use our sports bra finder to choose the bra that’s right for you.
Is it ok to wear a sports bra all the time?
A sports bra that’s correctly fitted is generally ok to wear all day, as long as it’s comfortable. However, you may want to change out of a bra after exercising to avoid skin irritation from dried sweat. A high-impact sports bra may become uncomfortable after long periods of time. If it’s too tight, it can chafe or irritate your skin. If it’s too loose, you won’t receive adequate support throughout the day. Be sure that each breast fits comfortably inside the bra and that the straps aren’t digging in. For more on finding your fit, see this adidas guide.
What's the most comfortable sports bra?
The most comfortable sports bra is one that is sized correctly and offers the right amount of support for your workout. Many women who find sports bras uncomfortable are actually wearing the wrong size. That’s not just an inconvenience; many women say a bad bra experience puts them off exercise. Or they resort to hacks like wearing two bras to get the support they want. adidas makes dozens of bras to provide the right support for every move, from running, sports and HIIT to lifting, yoga and barre.