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THE LAB-PROVEN BRA THAT’S SERIOUS ABOUT SUPPORT

KYLEENA HARPER WANTED to join her friends. They looked so happy on their runs. And she wanted to feel that way.

“I don’t know a single person who runs that’s like, ‘I’m miserable’,” says the 29-year-old marketing writer.

Inspired, she download the Couch to 5K app, and laced up. But after every run Harper was in agony. “My boobs would just go everywhere,” she says. “I was so sore because everything moved so much. The next day, I’d just want to stay in bed.”

Even when she found

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