going on which is not only on the painful side of uncomfortable, but is also likely to have some poor sod's eye out... My question is this - do I have to simply surrender to the fact that there are no L cup sports bras available and if so, is the road
but said that her breasts were too bouncy and ached. Thus I'm looking for advice. We can't go shopping around and I don't know if sport bras are available in Moscow (not a runner's heaven) that's why I'm asking here. I'll try to narrow down choices to 3
to find a sports bra that fits them please get them to forward their under bust and fullest part of bust measurement to us and we will try and fit them into one of the new bras for testing. Anyone interested please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and copy
longer. Thank you both! I thought it was quite an extreme piece of advice - probably circulated by sports bra manufacturers.Good advice on having multiple bras though, I will invest in a couple more so that I can rotate them. I am quite large and replace
I'm a girl who's on the smaller side bra-wise, and I'm finding it impossible to get hold of a sports bra.Now, I know that, being just a 34A some companies may not think that I need any support up there, but I do! Maybe not as much as luckier ladies
Currently wearing Shock Absorber for running. Tried other makes but all seem to rub just below cleavage after 6 miles plus. Tried Vaseline there Janet? Is it a front fastening bra, wondered if it was the clip? Vaseline does help. Not a front fastener, the elastic in the centre ...
I bought myself a new sports bra in M&S at the weekend, have already got 2 high impact compression style ones from there so didnt bother trying it on... Just picked my size off the rack and paid for it... It wasn't until I tried putting
Can anybody recommend a good sports bra (for the fuller breasted)? try the Enell bra, you can get them from www.lessbounce.com. I'm a 34dd/e and it keeps me , erm, unbounced! Definitely Enell....works on an F cupAlso OK (but less supportive than
Are there any larger busted ladies who can offer some advice on which type of sports Bra to buy. I'm a 34F/FF and don't want them to bounce or get to hot and sweaty when I run. Take a look atwww.lessbounce.comorwww.girlsruntoo.co.ukGood models
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