Oiselle Hi Line Bra
- Flattering feminine style
- Comfortable fit
- Very compressive
- Thick material
- Low cut design
The Oiselle Hi Line Bra is easily the most flattering of the running bras in the test group. It’s made by a women’s specialty running apparel brand, thus the cut and style of the bra is comfortable, looks good, and still offers plenty of support for small to medium cup sizes. This bra is ideal for the runner who wants to look and feel good while running hard.
With a highly comfortable fit and design, the Hi Line Bra can be worn all day as a t-shirt bra and still feel good, but it is best utilized as intended for running. The thin straps are carefully placed and do not chafe.
The Hi Line bra is a flattering fit and our testers commented that it had a sexier feel and look than other bras in the test, yet is still sporty and compressive enough for running. The bra has a vertical rectangular panel and bra-like straps that form a t-back design that moves well as you run.
Oiselle’s signature Nyelle compression fabric is highly compressive. The thick material offers superior support even with a low cut, minimal coverage design.
Thanks to the bras low cut design and minimal coverage it is cool enough for hot days and tends to be moisture wicking in even the most humid conditions. The bra feels slightly warmer than others in the test group. It does not show sweat stains.
One of our favorite designs of running bras tested, the Oiselle Hi Line Bra has understated style and is offered in muted tones, which is a nice break from typically bright running bra options. The design is not only functional, but it looks and feels great on.
How We Tested It
Fifteen bras were tested for a duration of three months over hundreds of miles on dirt trails, roads, and the track. Women with A to B cup sizes wore the running bras for easy paced runs, hard effort workouts, long runs, and at the gym. The tester’s five top scoring running bras are featured in the test group.
The products featured in this test have been loaned to the Gear Institute. For more on our policies regarding editorial objectivity and sample returns, see here.
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