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N16351D Posts: 2,349
12/1/12 10:31 P

I have been using Champion for the last 20 years for jogging.

RUNNINGMOMMA35 Posts: 113
12/1/12 5:51 P

I really like the Champion C9 brand sports bras. I, also,don't need a whole lot of support and I have found that they are good at wicking sweat away.

Fargo 1/2 Marathon-
May 10th, 2014

Mankato Marathon-3:54:54-October 20, 2013

Boston Marathon-3:45:48-April 15th, 2013

Surf the Murph 50K trail run(actually 34 miles)-October 27th, 2012 - 5:58:20-first place for Women

Dick Beardsley 1/2 Marathon- 1:39:09-September 2012

Brookings Marathon-3:34:36-May 2012-PR

Mankato Marathon-3:38:45-October 2011

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12/1/12 5:43 P

Hi Red,

They make exercise bras in the shape of regular bras but with the wicking fabric. I personally like the Moving Comfort brand.

Coach Nancy

URBANK9 Posts: 894
12/1/12 4:31 P

Ok this is kinda an awkward question to ask but does anyone have any suggestions for bras to wear while exercising that wick away moisture or dry quickly?
I find sports bras very uncomfortable, and I don't need extra support or anything, but I find my bra gets all sweaty when I exercise and that is very uncomfortable especially in the winter (cold+damp=brrrrr!)

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