Tennis Fever!

Friday, 8th July 2016

Nothing says Great British Summer like Wimbledon! If the recent tennis has left you feeling inspired and ready to get active, then we have the perfect bra for you:

Sarah Mastectomy Sports Bra Xcontrol (5736) by Anita - £36.99
 
 
Sarah Sports Mastectomy Bra (5736) by Anita












 

Feel secure, supported and comfortable in the Sarah Sports Bra by Anita. Designed specifically for ladies who have had surgery due to breast cancer, every aspect of this bra has been carefully considered so that it is suitable post-surgery.

X-shaped cup design

Anita understands that practical doesn’t have to be plain, the simple yet sporty ‘X’ design not only looks stylish but is also reduces that chance of prosthesis movement. A side supporting section which lies between the cups also offers additional stability, allowing you to feel confident!

Wear it your way

Wear this sports style your way with the multi-way strap option. Wear it as a simple 2 strap bra or use the easy-fasten hook at the back to bring the straps together to create a stylish racer back.

Workout in comfort

The combination of hydrophilic towelling pockets, mesh side wings and Anita’s exclusive Sweat Management increases breathability of this bra and keeps your skin dry. A soft wide underband and super-soft edging reduces the chance of friction, leaving you feeling comfortable whilst undertaking various sporting activities.
 
Wear it with:

Active Flow (6300) by Trulife - £32.00

 
TActive Flow Prosthesis (6300) by Trulifehis prosthesis is ideal for sporting activities and makes for a great combination with the Sarah Sports Mastectomy Bra (5736). Filled with small beads this prosthesis creates a natural, relaxed breast shape and allows the air to circulate, keeping you cool. The moulded, fast drying fabric is perfect for when you workout hard enough to achieve that ‘sporting glow’.

You said:
"Good Buy"
"I use this bra for gym with a bead prosthesis and a heavier one for every day. This is the only bra I have that the band does not immediately curl up into a cutting edge."

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