Champion Sizing Charts
Champion Women's Bra Measuring Instructions
Bra Measuring Instructions and Sizing
Use a standard dressmaker's tape
For best results, have someone else
If between sizes, buy the larger size.
1. Band Measurement:
- Take a snug measurement around your rib cage,
under your bust and shoulder blades.
- Add 5 inches. Example: 30" + 5" = 35"
2. Determine Even Band Size:
- If you get an even number in Step 1, this is your
- If you get an odd number in Step 1 (like 35),
round up one (to 36) to get your Band Size.
Example: 35" + 1" = 36"
3. Bust Measurement:
- With bra on and clothes off, take a loose
around the fullest part of your bust.
4. Determine Cup Size:
- Subtract Band Measurement (from Step 1) from
Bust Measurement (from Step 3).
Example: 38" - 35" = 3"
- Use the chart below to determine your Cup Size:
Example: 3" = C Cup
If difference is: 1'' 2'' 3'' 4'' 5''
then Cup Size is: A B C D DD
Champion Women's MCR Ratings & Bra Support Chart
MAX MCR – Maximum Motion Control Requirements (Maximum Support)
Sports bras with our MAX MCR rating help control breast movement ("bounce")
most intense exercise. These bras provide maximum support and comfort for
running, basketball, soccer, and horseback riding.
HIGH MCR – High Motion Control Requirements (Full Support)
Sports bras with our HIGH MCR rating help control bounce during high-impact
bras provide full support and comfort for activities like jogging, tennis, volleyball,
MED MCR – Medium Motion Control Requirements (Medium Support)
Sports bras with our MED MCR rating help control bounce during medium-impact
These bras offer comfortable medium support for moderately intense activities
such as walking,
hiking, spinning, and cycling.
Women's Sports Bra Support Chart