Enell Sports Bra

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Enell Sports Bra

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High impact, especially suitable for larger sizes, double layered fabric, high neckline.

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74 user reviews of Enell Sports Bra See all

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When I first bought this bra, about 18 months ago, I thought it was a bit of a risk, as it is very expensive, but beleive me it is worth every single penny. You can do anything in it. I am a 34dd/32e and there Continue reading...
Can not be beaten for bounce control! Continue reading...
This garment REALLY WORKS. If you have big boobs and want to run with no bounce, this is the bra for you. Continue reading...
Give this a try if you've got big boobs and want to achieve bounce control Continue reading...
First impressions? A big, shiny corset and you wonder how you'll breathe. However, once on, it's snug but not restrictive. You immediately feel supported and my posture was suddenly more upright. The first run Continue reading...


Noooooooo! I have a purple one and I love it!

Posted: 08/08/2005 at 14:46

Can anyone advise on the best bra for the, ahem, larger lady? The mrs is looking for recommendations.....

Posted: 08/08/2005 at 22:50

Like the message title says... Enell. Get them from www.lessbounce.co.uk.

This advice comes from an, ahem, larger lady.......... me!

Posted: 09/08/2005 at 13:28

Maia, by Moving Comfort, is marginally more attractive and as effective.

But I don't know if they do a poiple one...

Posted: 09/08/2005 at 13:30

Sports Jock Active, comfy and a wide variety of colours (but I'm not 'that' large).

Posted: 09/08/2005 at 17:11

this one has been bothering me for ages..

are they called Enell because us chaps keep saying

"f**kEnell - look at the size on those!"

[fb wanders off to get his hat on the way out........]

Posted: 09/08/2005 at 17:20

Sports Jock aren't enough on their own for biggies.

Posted: 09/08/2005 at 17:24

'tis true, Buddha. You don't get many of them to the pound.

You can put them away now :-))

Posted: 09/08/2005 at 17:58

Thanks folks.

Just had a look at the lessbounce website.

Now going for a lie down in a darkened room with a damp flannel on my forehead....

Posted: 09/08/2005 at 18:06

Anybody try Royce? I think they're cheaper than enell but i love mine and it actually makes me look in not bad shape.

Posted: 18/04/2006 at 18:49

[wanders into thread at random after reading reviews of shoes...how did that happen?!]

Hi girlies (and random lurking blokes).

Just to add my bit to the discussion- I love my Panache bras. They're a bit sexier (obviously all relative!) than the Enell and a little less high-necked, but fabulous support - like industrial scaffolding for the boobs!! I'm a 34F and get no bounce whatsoever with the Panache. They do come up small round the back and large in the cup though, and I actually wear a 36DD in this one after much trial and error!!
Only place you can get them from is Lessbounce.com.
I have a couple of other larger chested running friends who also swear by them. And they do work with a HRM as well.

Posted: 19/04/2006 at 10:39

Hi ladies! I'm in desperate need of an Enell Sports Bra and can't find one anywhere in the UK. Everyone seems to be out of stock of my size (Figleaves,lessbounce etc) and when I tried to order from the Enell site, they dont deliver to the UK! Can someone please advise where they got theirs? My Shock Absorber is hanging on for dear life! 

Posted: 25/10/2011 at 22:51

[proffers hands to a lady in dire need of some support....]

Posted: 26/10/2011 at 09:49

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