Sports Bras

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  1. D_Hey Sailor

    D_Hey Sailor New Member

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    Since we were on the topic of footwear a while back and running came up, do any fellow femme LPSG'ers have recommendations/warnings on the sports bra topic?

    I do a lot of high-impact activities like running and jump rope, and I am looking for good D and up encapsulation, or adjustable encapsulation bra (anyone tried one?).

    Mah bewbz an I thank you ahead of time! Don't leave me sagging! :grouphug:
     
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    Enell sports bras are the only ones that minimize the impact from working out. Ive worked out with a trainer so ive done a lot of crazy shit and it did a pretty good job. They are kinda expensive but well worth the price. I have 2. One in pink and black, they are not pretty but they are quite durable.
     
  3. dolfette

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    shock absorber

    they are the best sports bra bar none.
    they hold my E cup in place.
     
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    I wear two sports bras for DD's when I go running. I got one of them from Sports Authority. I gotta go find it and I'll tell you the brand.
     
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    Everlast. Price is ok to.
     
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    Having tried many varieties of sports bras, my absolute favourite is this one from Freya. Freya Active Red Underwired Sports Bra from Freya

    It gives great support and stops the majority of, apparently hypnotic, jiggle. I'm normally an E cup but found the F cup fitted perfectly.
     
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    I wear a 38FF. I either wear several bras at once, or I wear ONE from Lynx Sportswear. Zero jiggle. None. I don't like bras that give the look of Uni-boob, and this one does. I would prefer to have two separate tits. However, the support is unmatched. I have the longer, full-coverage one. It saves me from needing a separate shirt. I'm not one to leave my gut hanging out.
     
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  8. D_Hey Sailor

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    Thanks for all the input! :wavey:

    I would just double-bra it up, but with this heat and the way I sweat, my skin gets red and spotty from the extra moisture of two layers, and I am not finding any one bra of mine cuts it.

    With your recommendations and some experimenting I am sure to not look like a red lobster with bouncing bits anymore. :sly:
     
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    AE, that bra looks great as it wicks sweat as well. I might get the longer version to wear over my Freya.
     
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    You will not need both. If you want something to wear over your Freya, a tank top that wicks is less expensive than a Lynx Sportswear bra.
     
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