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Sports Bra

Sports Bra
How do I find the perfect sports bra for me?

So that you feel comfortable during training or workouts and can give your all, you need a sports bra that fits properly and provides optimal support for the sport you are doing.
How do I find the right size - The sports bra models are different in terms of strap shape, material and manufacturing method. Some models also have removable padded cups, so there are different sizes available for each model.
The general rule is: Choose the sport size (XS-XL) that you generally choose for your top if you want it to be tight. If you wear a larger bra cup size, choose 1 (-2) size ranges larger in your selection.
Choosing the Right Sports Bra - Once you know your bra size, the next step is to find the right fit. Which sports bra suits you best depends on the one hand on your bra size and on the other hand on the type of sport you do. In general, the bigger your cup size, the stronger the hold should be. For more intensive sports such as running, circuit training or indoor cycling, a sports bra with stronger support is recommended, even with small cup sizes. The bottom line is to find the sports bra that best suits your body and your workout.

Sports bra with a lighter support: PURE, ESSENTIALS
Sports bra with medium / stronger support: STUDIO, SPORTY, SEAMLESS KNIT, 3D SEAMLESS, INDIGO SEAMLESS
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Our Vision
milestones
07/01/1990
Founding of the company as a sole proprietorship atelier for competition clothing in Rangendingen, Hechingen district (Baden-Württemberg)
First address for special vaulting suits
11/14/2002 Protection of the vaulting brand Ute Bächer through registration with the German Patent and Trademark Office
07/27/2004
Relocation to the current company headquarters in 72336 Balingen - at the foot of the Swabian Alb - (Baden-Württemberg)
2008 Launch of the e-shop www.voltigiershop.com
07/01/2015 25-year company anniversary
01/01/2017 Protection of the sports brand sporthoch2 through registration with the German Patent and Trademark Office
01.03.2017
Change of ownership of the company and its employees. New owner Tobias Wagenblast - company name is sporthoch2 - a manufacturer of sportswear - the Ute Bächer brand is competently continued in vaulting. The sporthoch2 brand is presented and introduced into other sports.
04/15/2017 Entry in the commercial register for sporthoch2 e.k.

06/01/2017
Launch of the e-shop www.sporthoch2.com and the sporthoch2 collection - outfits for true sports heroes - at the same time as the exhibition stand at the international German Gymnastics Festival in Berlin
2017 New brand identity with a redesigned logo of the Ute Bächer brand - UB vaulting - international, contemporary, future-oriented
2017 Facelift of the e-shop www.voltigierhop.com - more modern range, user-friendly, fully responsive
2018 The brand ambassador of sporthoch2 in indoor cycling is the internationally experienced and reigning European champion in individual art cycling, Viola Brand
2018 Fundamental facelift of the e-shop www.sporthoch2.com - more service, new offers, more customer-friendly
KEY PLAYER for vaulting / indoor cycling / training, fitness, YOGA and any acrobatic sport - with presence at the most important sport EVENTS
2018 Conclusion of the cooperation agreement with the ICWW Indoor Cycling worldwide - to promote indoor cycling -
2018 Takeover of the manufacture and marketing of the STAUTZ-REHApants brand - the original - under license
2018 Relocation to Rohrlochstrasse 10 in Balingen, formerly STAUTZ Strickwarenfabrik GmbH
2019 Production of everyday masks for the region and Germany in the wake of the corona pandemic
2021 Support of the mission of the BARBER ANGELS Brotherhood e.V. through a license agreement and launch of a collection
2021 Sponsoring the UCI Artistic World Cup in Albstadt, Germany