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CW-X VersatX Running Bra Wins First Ever Women’s Health Fitness Awards

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VersatX Running Bra Named Best for High Impact Activity

The Wacoal Sports Science Corp.  introduced the concept of soft support in running bras with the CW-X Targeted Support Web in 2004. Now, the idea that soft, individual encapsulation can work better and more comfortably than hard underwires or “masher” compression bras has made the

CW-X VersatX Running Bra a winner in Women’s Health magazine’s inaugural Fitness Awards.

The Fitness Awards premiered in the March 2013 issue of the magazine, in which the editors chose the VersatX Running Bra as best for high impact activities. The judges praise the hidden support that reduces bounce “minus any tortuous underwire or strangling compression.”

The VersatX Running Bra had previously been named the best B/C cup bra for outdoor activities by Women’s Health in the magazine’s October 2011 issue (http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/best-sports-bras-bc-2).

“We created the VersatX Running Bra to place CW-X soft support in an attractive silhouette,” said John L.A. Wilson, president and COO of Wacoal Sports Science Corp      .

“We’re pleased the editors at Women’s Health like it as much as we do.”

The VersatX Running Bra ($65 sug. ret.) balances comfort and support with adjustability and a flattering silhouette. It features a seamless front panel with a 5-point CW-X Targeted Support Web in each cup, reinforced with an extra internal web layer.

The VersatX Support Bra has fully adjustable Velcro shoulder straps and hook and clasp back closure. A LiteStretch mesh back, mesh under-cup channels, and COOLMAX/LYCRA tricot construction produce ultra-quick wicking. This highly advanced bra is available in all raspberry, all lavender, black/lime green trim, and white/raspberry and lime green trim combinations from 32B/C to 36D, and is suitable for high to low impact activities.

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