The Brooks Hot Shot bra scored well in comfort, fit, mobility and style. The combination of key design elements is where it stands out in the test group. Testers said the soft material, flexible design, stylish straps and breathability combined to make an overall favorite for A/B cup runners and comes in wide range of fun colors and prints.
The soft material and flexible design of the Brooks Hot Shot bra was a favorite among testers. The key component of this bra was its overall comfort. It was an easy favorite among testers for sports ranging from light exercise to high impact sports among A/B cup testers.
Fit / Mobility
The Brooks Hot Shot bra is very stretchy in its design, which makes it fit well and is easy to take on and off. The soft and stretchy material also offers superior mobility for active and high impact sports. The bra has good strap placement, which is not only comfortable but also allows the bra to move with the wearer.
The compression of the Brooks Hot Shot bra is one of the lightest in the test group. It isnot too tight, but supported small chests. The A/B cup testers found it plenty supportive for high impact sports like running. However, testers agreed that the bra would most likely not be supportive enough for fuller cup sizes for running.
The lightweight material of this bra proved to be highly breathable in a variety of weather conditions. The minimal back strap design and material kept the testers cool in the warmest conditions. Material did not hold moisture even in highly aerobic sweaty conditions or in humid climates.
Style / Design
Testers loved the variety of prints and colors this bra is offered in. The strappy back straps and open back design is cute, though not cutting edge. The fabric is thin and testers were hesitant on the potential durability. Testers did not report much for wear and tear over a three-month testing period, however.