Best sports bra?
Hi I'm nearly 17 and am looking for a really good sports bra. This has been partly the reason why I haven't been running that much recently, just a little bit of movement annoys me, its feels nasty and uncomfortable, especially as I'm a 34F. (Also I hate running along the road past cars if I feel my breastage is moving at all) I've tried a level four shock absorber, a pure lime, and an anita bra, but I keep just ending up having to wear two M&S ones together, which is well annoying, and not very good. I read a bit about the enell bra though, is it as good as it reads?? It looks good, but kind of like an armour, is it comfy? What are the best sports bras for girls with annoying big busts? Please help! Thank yoooou
i would go to lessbounce and ask advice from them - it's much better than the RW advice
and also search on here - there are tons of threads on this cos it is a common "problem"
I have recently bought a black Enell bra and as most others have commented, it would hold a heard of elephants in place. Yes, I agree it's not the most attractive piece of kit, but being a 32DD I don't care, and no-one sees under a top anyway!!
It does feel slightly constrictive around back and under the bust but it is by far the best bra I have tried for keeping those bouncers under control, and being so snug, it doesn't rub in the slightest. Also, the material is excellent at keeping you dry.
I got mine from Booby Doo as Less Bounce didn't have any in stock and couldn't guarantee when I would receive one. Booby Doo delivered the next day!
They are expensive, but worth every penny. As SophieM said, go for a proper fitting first so you are clear in your own mind when you do decide to purchase. The sizing for the Enell states from 30 - 34 C - F and odd things, but there is a guide available on some websites.
Good luck and happy running!
I have the Enell bra and can recommend it (I'm 34E and have size 2!).
Make sure it's tight enough though. I have 2 in the same size but they fit slightly differently so one of them is only suitable for low impact work, not running.
Chist on a bike is no where safe?
Oi Yifter - out!
I'm outta here....as you were ladies.
If only men knew what you had to go through.......I havent got over the herd of elephants yet!...ouch
Chill out Muttley....nearly 17yr olds are still allowed to laugh (not that I was aiming anything at OP)......
I hope you sort your norks out Katface(as SophieM called them), not that Ive ever heard them called that!
Hi yes I have same problem - I wear normal bra (underwired) and shock absorber of the tri sports bra and then wear an t-shirt with hidden support. It does work - but not very comfy.
All the best karen
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