The Patagonia Women's Cordelisse Bra is a sports bra for enjoying hot yoga or a hard climbing session at the gym. The knit fabric is comprised of 84% nylon and 16% spandex that allows for lots of stretch. The crossback straps stay out of the way and won’t restrict movement so you can reach for the next handhold with ease. Included soft cups are removable so you can choose your level of comfort. Tagless at the back is non-itchy and a mesh liner wicks sweat away then dries it out quickly.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Women's Cordelisse Bra
Soft synthetic knit is substantial and stretchy, it holds its shape
Soft mesh lining wicks moisture away from skin and dries quickly
"Patagonia's Best Looking Brassiere (BLB)"
I really love this bra. The straps in the back look nice even under civilian tank tops, and it's supportive enough for climbing without being an ace bandage. I probably wouldn't run any kind of long distance in it, but I hate running anyways, so it's moot. Excellent item!!
Love this for rock climbing. It is functional and stylish. Love the color. I sort of look like in Alex Puccio in it (in my dreams). I did take the pads out of it because i think that is ridiculous to have in a sports bra.
"Great support, very cute, and made my boobs look awesome!"
I originally bought it because I liked the back strap design. It's as cute in person as in it is in the photo! I've worn this sports bra while doing yoga, hula hooping, hiking, and around the house because I love it. The fit is great and keeps the girls snug, but also somehow manages to give great cleavage (I can't stop looking at my own boobs!) So yeah, I recommend it!
This is by far my favorite sports bra. Incredibly comfortable, never pinches, rides up, or bags out. The cut is flattering, and it offers the right amount of support for my activities (which include rock climbing. And nothing else. So this bra might not be great for running. I wouldn't know.) The crisscrossed straps in the back are super cute and even look nice with a non-technical top. In a world of unfortunate looking sportswear, Patagonia really hit the nail on the head with this both stylish and functional bra.