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SCCUDDLERS Posts: 193
1/16/13 2:58 P

Oops I left the Moving Comfort Juno and Maia off that list. Those actually are the ones that come in DD & E while the ones before come in D as the largest. So does anyone have experience with these two instead? Obviously I already have 1 recommendation for the Juno & 1 for the Maia, any others?

Edited by: SCCUDDLERS at: 1/16/2013 (14:58)
EMMETS371 Posts: 6
1/16/13 2:50 P

I'm a fan of the moving comfort maia. The fiona is alright too.

SCCUDDLERS Posts: 193
1/16/13 2:46 P

Thanks for the suggestions so far. I can't do the Lane Bryant ones anymore, the chest sizes don't come small enough.

I'm thinking of getting one from REI since they have a very generous return policy. They carry the Moving Comfort Fiona, Moving Comfort Rebound Racer, Moving Comfort Luna, and the Brooks Infiniti. Does anyone have any experience with any of those?


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1/16/13 1:52 P

I use Enell. I'm a 46DDD and while the straps aren't adjustable, it should be fine in the length - I have the same issue you do (I can't even wear underwires!) and it's comfortable on the sides! :)

SASAHAMMER Posts: 129
1/16/13 12:17 P

Check out Moving Comfort in the Juno style. Not sure if it goes to DDD, but it does have great front adjustable straps and good control.

When I was a bit larger I used one from Freya until my weight came down and I could get into a Juno. Now I won't wear anything else.

LINDYSPARKLES SparkPoints: (18,708)
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1/16/13 11:53 A

I am also a 36 DD and I have two really good sports bras. One is from Sport Check, it is an Under Armour Compression bra, and its great at holding them down so they aren't bouncing all over the place. But it doesn't have adjustable straps, and its just a pull over one, and its very tight, so if I wear it too long, it starts to hurt my shoulders. But for just an hour here and there, its perfect.

My other good one is from Victoria's Secret. It has adjustable straps, and does up at the back, and it has underwire, but its a sports bra, and it works great. Its a VSX, which is their sports brand.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,079
1/16/13 11:08 A

look at lane bryant. they had some good ones and they were adjustable.
I found some larger ones at jockey too

SCCUDDLERS Posts: 193
1/16/13 10:19 A

I wear a 34-36 DDD and am desperately looking for an exercise bra that works for me. The straps need to be adjustable since most of the ones I try on that aren't adjustable are too long from shoulder to chest. Anyone have any suggestions?

THANKS!

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