Handful partnered with Diva Den and Dixie's for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
The history of handful and our adoption by the survivor community were recently spotlighted on local news station KGW. Click to watch!
Local sports bra manufacturer helps restore self-confidence for breast cancer survivors.
Check out this story by Claire Oliver for The Lake Oswego Review
Handful - the sports bra in “support” of survivors.
We are awe-inspired that our bra has brought comfort, a sense of normalcy, and a rejuvenated femininity to Survivors.
Can a sports bra change someone’s life? Really??
Well, yes, in my case it actually did. In May 2009 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a bi-lateral mastectomy shortly after. Being an avid golfer, my goal was to get back on the links….it’s what kept me going. I worked hard to get my muscles back in shape to be able to swing the golf club again.
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Handful donates $5 of every pink bra sold during the month of October to local breast cancer organizations.
What makes the handful bra work for survivors? The Pad Pocket: lightweight mesh allows flexibility for different sizes. Pads can be ordered individually to balance out your shape. Prosthetics can also be inserted.
handful is the solution to so many post-breast cancer issues. Lumpectomy ladies can add an extra pad on the less full side for symmetry, mastectomy girls can use the pads alone or put their breast forms in the pockets. Tender skin that has been through hell because of radiation or surgery will appreciate the absence of any hardware on the bra. It’s comfortable yet feminine.
The best part is insurance will cover the cost.
It's the only bra I'll wear.