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Posted: Sunday, March 2, 2014 10:22:07 AM

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I'm looking for sports bra recommendations. I'm in the market for new ones. I'm a runner with big breasts unfortunately. So I am looking for something that will minimize the uncomfortable bouncing. Thanks!
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Posted: Sunday, March 2, 2014 11:37:55 AM

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Old Navy has several types and although I'm not very large I still think they will provide you with adequate support.
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Posted: Sunday, March 2, 2014 11:40:00 AM

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Another option might be to layer them. A friend of mine wore two of contrasting colors. It looked cute and gave her extra support.
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Posted: Sunday, March 2, 2014 12:18:53 PM

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I'm a 36D but every sports bra I find feels like it doesn't keep its support. Sometimes being female is such a pain in the ass. LOL
I'll go online and see what Old Navy has, thanks. Worst case scenario, I'll do the layering trick. At least that should look cute.
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Posted: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 8:09:16 AM

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the larger girl has an entirely different perspective on sports bras then the smaller girl! I would stay away from the old navy bras. they dont provide the support that is required and will result in a lot of bounce, pain, and slow your running.

Try the shock absorber sports bra. it is the best one I have found (38DD runner)

A good sports bra for the larger girl is the holy grail of sports clothing


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Posted: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 8:19:30 AM

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Thank you so much! I'll do a Google search.
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shortgirl32 wrote:
Thank you so much! I'll do a Google search.


I second Shock Absorber. I have two, they are very good.

http://www.shockabsorber.co.uk/en/

Check out the 'Bounce-O-Meter' for a giggle. kekekegay

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Posted: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 12:12:22 PM

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I'm on that site right now. You're girls are amazing! Thank you!!!! I'm glad they'll deliver to the United States. Shipping is expensive but this sports bra looks totally worth it.

I looked at the U.S. site and they don't have the sports bra for running. I did find them on Amazon though. I'll keep looking for U.S. sites before I order. I will definitely be ordering a few of these.
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Posted: Friday, March 7, 2014 4:58:24 PM

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I'll have to check out Shock Absorber. I loved the bounce-o'meter - raise your hand if you increased it to maximum boobs on highest intensity just for the visual. lol

Right now I use the Ta-Ta Tamer by Lululemon - it has adjustable straps and also lets you wear them crossed over in the back for more support. I don't have huge breasts, but I believe this goes up to an E cup. They make an even more supportive one for larger chested women called The Booby Bracer, but I haven't tried it.



I have a couple of Victoria Secret sports bras. The 'Incredible' (pic below) is a good one, but I tend to use them more for general work-outs and spin, tennis etc.




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Posted: Saturday, March 8, 2014 6:49:40 AM

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Under Armor works very well for me, but i am a bit on the small side - i'm not sure how they are for bigger boobed girls. :)



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Posted: Saturday, March 8, 2014 7:01:39 AM

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I will definitely check out the Ta-Ta Tamer. I'm just waiting for this crappy winter to be over so I can get back to running. If it's not sub zero temperatures it's snowing. I'm an outdoor runner and this winter has been awful!
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Posted: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 11:54:54 AM

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I'm a 32D and the Nike Pro line gives me great support during high impact workouts and cardio.
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Posted: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 4:27:07 PM

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Liz wrote:


I second Shock Absorber. I have two, they are very good.

http://www.shockabsorber.co.uk/en/

Check out the 'Bounce-O-Meter' for a giggle. kekekegay


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I am a 34E and I have this one. I have bought other stuff from Boobydoo, they're really good.

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Posted: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 4:11:04 PM

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I purchase my bra's from Lane Bryant, and online I believe they sell sports bra's. Lane Bryant specializes in larger woman, including those with larger chests :) Hope this helped
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The Shock Absorber is great for any sports and offers great support for the bigger boobs! They don't move far at all so no danger of black eyes!cat

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Posted: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 5:04:32 PM

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Liz wrote:


I second Shock Absorber. I have two, they are very good.

http://www.shockabsorber.co.uk/en/

Check out the 'Bounce-O-Meter' for a giggle. kekekegay


That "Bounce-O-Meter" has something missing from it.... It hasn't got the bra straps falling off all over the place for the largest sizes XD

This is the sports bra that I use and it is really comfy.

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Posted: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 6:47:54 PM

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I have 38C/D and nothing pisses me off more than the amt of money I've spent on bras labeled 'high impact' that aren't! Thanks for these links, have never heard of any of the bras you guys mention. I love running but damn you know? If you have to hold the bitches up it just kills the vibe of a full-out run.
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I get it! I'm a 38DD and it hurts if you don't have a decent bra. Ones that don't support and let you bounce, ones that pinch and leave you in pain. It's hard to get a good run in when you are thinking about the pain of either bouncing all over or a poor fit.

The shock absorber isn't cheap, but it's worth it!


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Posted: Thursday, May 22, 2014 11:42:39 AM

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sport bras are hot
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Posted: Saturday, May 24, 2014 10:13:44 AM

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I have 36E boobs so the need for a good running bra is essential. I would recommend "Shock Absorber" i use the high impact 4 and would not buy anything else having tried the cheaper options on the market.
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Posted: Monday, May 26, 2014 3:18:43 PM

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I'm a 32AA, this thread doesn't really apply to me so I'll sod off!

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Just to 'Stir the Pot'.
Make them wear a 'Vampire Bra' when they go jogging.

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Posted: Friday, July 11, 2014 12:42:02 PM

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Having read this thread I am thankful that I have always been boob challenged -- 34B
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I actually use the Maia by Moving Comfort!

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Although I don't run, with my 32/34GG's I need a decent bra for exercise. Hope shock absorber works for you (the combo of small back and ludicrous bosom means I don't find that brand very comfortable). Here's a useful link (with a current postage offer) if you do need any extra ideas! :)

http://www.brastop.com/sports-bras-swimwear





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Moving Comfort Juno Bra is my best bet for high impact in the C cup range. Cost is about $30 per boob (thankfully I only have two) and worth it. Lululemon All-Sport Bra is pretty good for sports like volley/soft ball.





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Posted: Saturday, August 23, 2014 7:48:36 PM

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This does not apply to me but feel like telling that our coach in high school asked big breasted girls to wear shock absorber active sports bra. I think at that time they were around $ 40 a piece.....

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