Moving Comfort Juno Review

Updated February 28, 2014
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Moving Comfort Juno
Bottom Line

The Moving Comfort Juno is a good option for well-endowed women who want a comfortable, reasonably attractive bra to wear during high-impact activities, reviewers say. The Juno's substantial, moisture-wicking fabric and thick, easy-to-adjust straps are also big plusses. On the downside, some owners say the racerback and lack of stretch can make putting on the bra tough. While the Juno comes in B cups, it might be overkill for anyone smaller than a C.

Comfort

Good at wicking sweat, but difficult to put on. The Moving Comfort Juno is made from 75 percent moisture-wicking polyester and 25 percent Lycra. Most users say it does a good job of locking away sweat, with mesh zones and keyholes on the back to increase breathability. An expert says the fabric can seem stiff and may make things steamy in front after long workouts, however. The thick straps are adjustable, with Velcro loops on the front of the bra. Seams are covered to reduce chafing, but a few women say they still had problems, particularly under the arms. Several reviewers say the bra is very difficult to put on.

ProsSupports very large busts, Keeps users dry, Straps easy to adjust from front, Several color optionsConsCan be hard to put on, Fabric too stiff for some

Support

Keeps bigger chests firmly in place. Reviewers agree the Moving Comfort Juno provides enviable high-impact support for large-busted women. Expert testers put the bra through its paces during stair workouts, road running and trail running, giving it a perfect 10 out of 10 for minimizing bounce. The bra offers a combination of encapsulation and compression, with contoured cups. There is no underwire, and most say uniboob is minimal. While the Juno is available in a B cup, most agree that it may be too much bra for anyone smaller than a C. Band sizes range from 30 to 40. The adjustable Velcro straps make it easy to get a custom fit, experts say.

Style

Cute under tanks or on its own. The Moving Comfort Juno has a moderately high sweetheart neckline and slightly molded cups, but they are not removable. The racerback has keyholes, which users say adds interest to an otherwise inoffensive design, especially when it's layered under revealing tank tops. Others like that the bra is modest enough to wear on its own -- headlights are not a problem because of the substantial fabric, one expert says. The Juno comes in more than a dozen solid colors, including basic black and white, as well as brighter hues including pink, purple and aqua.

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Our Sources

1. GearInstitute.com

Moving Comfort Juno, Leah Gallant, March 2013

This thorough review praises the Moving Comfort Juno's customizable sizing, adjustable straps, breathable back and high level of support for bigger busts. Leah Gallant says the fabric is stiff and could be lighter.

2. Amazon.com

Moving Comfort Women's Juno Bra, Contributors to Amazon.com, As of March 2014

The Moving Comfort Juno gets 4.2 out of 5 stars in more than 440 reviews. Women love its high-impact support and adjustability. Some complain it's hard to put on, however, while others say their chests felt squashed. A few say the closure wears out quickly.

3. Prevention.com

25 Sports Bras That Will Change Your Life: C/D Cups, Kelly Gonsalves, Not Dated

Named Best Adjustable Bra in this roundup, the Moving Comfort Juno is praised for its high-impact support, front-adjust straps and stylish coverage. One tester says it might be too much coverage for some, though.

4. Glamour magazine

15 Editor-Tested and Approved Sports Bras for Every Activity, Nikki Ogunnaike, Not Dated

Nikki Ogunnaike says the Moving Comfort Juno is ideal for C to DD cups, keeping bounce to a minimum during a range of moves in an intense spin class. She says it "has a snug fit" but still feels lightweight.

5. Rank & Style

The Ten Best Sports Bras for High Impact Activities, Editors of Rank & Style, Feb. 20, 2014

A short review praises the Moving Comfort Juno's solid support for C cups and above during high-impact sports such as running and riding. The Juno also has "breathable mesh" to keep users cool, the reviewer says.

6. Shape

10 Best Bras for Running, Locke Hughes, Oct. 21, 2013

The Moving Comfort Juno earns praise as an "innovative, gravity-defying racer bra that's best for C and D cups." Hughes also likes the front-adjust straps and mesh panels. The short blurb does not note any cons.

7. HuffingtonPost.com

Best Sports Bras, Chanel Parks, Feb. 20, 2014

Chanel Parks praises the "magical" Moving Comfort Juno for its cooling fabric that combats smells, but does not comment on support, fit or style.