Once you get Basewear, there's no going back to traditional bras.
Go ahead and donate your other sports bras to a good cause, we won't tell. The Low Cut TOURA Basewear Top is our minimal swim-friendly sports bra designed to contour with your muscle movement. Go hiking, climbing, swimming, or just lounge around. Wear it for days on end. Basewear is so comfortable you might forget it's on!
- Low Cut (Cup Sizes A–C) provides just enough coverage and looks great on muscular body types or small cup sizes.
- Seamless Contouring keeps you looking cute and super comfy.
- Designed by Women for anyone who is tired of uncomfortable bras that don't fit right.
- Redefined Fit based on hundreds of fit tests and feedback from various body types.
- Sewn Ethically in California less fuel to ship, and more ethical treatment of laborers!
- ✨Gives You Sparkle Emojis Basewear is designed to bring out the best part: YOU!
More than just a sports bra, it's Basewear.
Basewear will replace all your bras, sports bras, and swimsuits all for the price of one item. You won't be able to leave home without it.
- Naked Feel keeps you comfy 24/7 from the office to the mountains
- Fully Reversible so it’s like you're getting two tops for the price of one!
- Lay-Flat Straps go unnoticed under heavy backpacks.
- Hydrophobic + Anti-Microbial so you can wear it for days on end.
- Strappy Criss-Cross Back designed to catch your eye for those IG pics!
- Seamless Contouring for unrestricted muscle movement.
- Swim Friendly so you can jump in that alpine lake!
- Ultra Soft Fabric in 82% Nylon/18% Spandex is the perfect duo for a cool velvet texture and supportive compression.
It's like sweatpants, but for your boobs.
Basewear will live up to your high expectations for a high end sports bra. Don't take it from us, try it for yourself!
Had to buy another
They are so comfortable and functional, and the fact that they're super cute is a great bonus. I'm probably going to get one in every color eventually. I love them for climbing, but also have never backpacked in a more comfortable bra than the Toura low.
Super comfy, with minimal coverage.
TOURA Low Cut body type guide
Recommended for: Cup Sizes A–C
Rather be naked than wear a bra? Low Cut might be for you.
What is the difference between the Low Cut and the High Cut?
Will my nips slip out the top?
Can I wear a Low Cut if my cup size is above C?
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I had been searching for months to years for a perfect bra for every day use to hiking the John Muir Trail. Normal bras, even bralettes, give me red marks and skin irritations. I haven't forgotten I'm wearing a bra in years (unless I haven't been!)
Finally, thanks to being internet stalked and target marketed via Instagram, I found Tera Kaia! I'm a 36-B and purchased a low-cut and a high-cut, both in size 6. I like a little more coverage for swimming, which is why I wanted to try the high cut, but I'm smaller chested so was also interested in the low-cut. I figured I'd send whichever one I didn't like as much back. Well, I loved them both for different reasons and took both of them with me on the JMT.
I couldn't be happier with these base layers. I can't get over how comfortable they are and how they don't squeeze or mark up your body. I wore one for a week straight before the trip to test the stink-factor... well, there is none. No smell at all after a full week of traveling for work, stress testing these babies.
The one small con, the more colorful way to wear them irritated me because the stitching was a little stiff for the inside. I ended up wearing them "inside out" which was better. I don't think this would bother most people, but if there's one thing I would change about these, I'd say keep the stiffer stitching on the outside.
I also wish the Bishop storefront had been open when I spied them on my way back from Whitney! Only by appt... next time!
I purchased the low cut neptune/black bra while I was on a zero day from the PCT/JMT. I fit best into a size 2 (wt 105lb, ht 5'4"). I wore it straight for the next 9 days on the JMT, including sleeping in it once for the Mt. Whitney hike. It felt very comfortable and it never smelled! Back home, I have even worn it under dressy jumpers for a wedding. It really goes anywhere. I was initially worried about my nipples showing through; but they don't - at least with this color. And, it's great to not have to worry about cups inside bras. The material is so comfortable. I plan to purchase a few more! Thank you for making a bra to fit my size.
I have purchased two high cut and one low cut, very satisfied with both styles. I recommend this bra to all the gals in my life. I pretty much live in this bra on my 8 day work week.
I’m usually a medium or large in most things (5’8 140lbs and a b cup) and live in low cut sport bras/bralettes and have both the low cut and the high cut toura. The low cut is super comfy but a nipple frequently slips out so it’s not practical and the high cut feels super constricting- I use it for running and that’s it. I wish the sizing/shape was different or there was one in between the high and low cut.
I got a size xs/2 in the old low cut during the gear sale and am in love with it! Please bring back the old low cut, it is more flattering than the new low cut in my opinion. Wish I'd ordered more before they changed the cut. I wore this one for three days straight, including an 18 pitch rock climb, hot day hike, swim in a lake, and then an alpine rock climb, and it felt great the entire time. For climbing I didn't even feel it, it was so comfortable all day! And wore it for a quick swim in the lake after a hike and it dried fast after leaving it on the windshield in the sun for a couple hours. Also after all that it didn't smell! My only complaint is that the strap seams at the top fall right on my collar bone. For climbing this isn't an issue and I can't feel them, but under a 25lb pack I was bruised where the top of the straps were. I want to backpack in this bra this summer but am a little worried about bruising from it with a heavy pack on... If the seams weren't landing on my bones it wouldn't be an issue. The new low cut straps fall in the same place as well. Also, the sizing chard did give me the wrong size off my bra measurements, I am a 32A and ordered a 4 in the new low cut (suggested size for bra size) and it was too big. I'm in the process of exchanging it for a 2 and looking forward to trying that size out in the new cut! If you are debating getting this bra for climbing, do it, you will love it!
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