brace yourselves

Welcoming a whole new level of support: the bracer family is designed for high impact sports and long distance running. The bras are designed to solve the unique needs of a range of cup sizes, so your cup size determines which bra you wear.

the bracer family


the technology

This technology uses encapsulation: by separating your breasts, it's easier to support them. Think about it: the uniboob turns your breasts into a single large mass that needs to be supported. When you separate them, it's two smaller masses, making it much easier to support.

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so the bitty brace yourself sounds fabulous and will be prefect for my crossfit/yoga life only I can’t see that they are sold anywhere. I’ve looked on the Australian, canadian and US sites but there is no mention of them anywhere. Can you let me know when and were they will be available?


Comment by Helen — July 30, 2013 @ 10:22 pm

We asked, no—we demanded that you design sensible sport bra support for “the girls” in 36+D cup and you did it! We are a part if the family now! Great job, product development!

Comment by Stephanie — August 6, 2013 @ 4:16 am

Next up: Color and patterns!

Comment by Stephanie — August 6, 2013 @ 4:20 am

I emailed Lululemon about boob mashing syndrome or the uniboob problem I was having with sport bras and internal bras in tops. Thank you so much so for listening amd taking action!!!

Comment by Natalie — August 6, 2013 @ 4:44 am

I love that you have come out with this line, but the price for the Booby bracer is very steep! I doubt the showroom near me will have it but I would like to check it out sometime. I wish you would bring back the deep breath bra! That actually kept your boobs separate, no uniboob! Plus it was super supportive and not 88 dollars.

Comment by Kristen R — August 6, 2013 @ 8:24 am

I’m really excited to try this on (I’m driving 2 hours this weekend to check it out)! I’d love it if you could speak to the “shelf-life” of these new bras. Do you have a time-frame for how long they can be used for running before they lose their support and need to be replaced? Thanks!

Comment by Ally — August 6, 2013 @ 9:03 am

Hey Helen,
Looks like these babies are up and ready to go. Thanks for the support enthusiasm!

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Comment by lululemon athletica GEC — August 6, 2013 @ 9:43 am

Hey Ally,
These new bras will have a similar life span as our Ta Ta Tamer or any of our other run bras. This will vary by the type of activity and frequency of use. Thanks!

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Comment by lululemon athletica GEC — August 6, 2013 @ 10:24 am

I’m so happy that Lululemon is finally tapping into the D+ bra market!! Thanks for taking the bounce in the right direction!!

Comment by Janyce — August 7, 2013 @ 3:47 pm

is there not a way to make a bra like this without a clasp? i was a loyal moving comfort bra wearer for my 38D chest, but for long distance running i just can’t do it. i have scars on my back from the two races (one half and one full marathon) i had to run in a sports bra with a clasp. :( i’m scared to try another one.

Comment by stephanie — August 7, 2013 @ 6:43 pm

I’m 30DD and I wish you’d make the bras in this size. I see A LOT of younger girls who are very slim with really large “boobs” so I can’t be the only one. Sigh!

Comment by Kathie — August 9, 2013 @ 6:14 am

I wear a 38DD and am glad to finally find a bra that fits. But if I may say so, girls with big boobs also like fun colors.They shouldn’t be reserved for petite people. Perhaps you could consider this???

Comment by judith — September 3, 2013 @ 5:02 pm

Hey Judith,
We hear ya, keep an eye out on your product notifications as we will likely see some brights pop up in this style. Thanks!
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Comment by lululemon athletica GEC — September 4, 2013 @ 9:13 am

I’m an avid golfer and can’t understand why a bra for golf hasn’t been created. No high impact here, but my regular bra, can chafe after a couple of hours of swinging a club when it’s hot outside. It’s also important to have a bra that makes your breasts look lifted and separated under those very expensive golf tops. Something worth considering, don’t you think

Comment by Gillian Andries — September 5, 2013 @ 9:15 am

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