I never heard of that one. I will give it a search! thanks =)
8/24/13 4:28 P
Have you tried Shocker Absorber? I just bought one and am loving it. Going to get another one.
8/20/13 4:15 P
Thank you all for the suggestions and recommendations!!! I will definitely try ordering online. I don't gain above my ribcage, so I pretty much always stick at 34 band (or 32 band in some brands), yet cup is DD. This is extremely hard to find in department stores. When they do have them, they sell out very fast. I already have to order online for the majority of my regular bras, but where I go, there aren't many options in sports bras. I dodn't like Champion at all. I did find danskin underwire (they do feel nice), but had to go 36D to get to my closest in size without the girls falling out, and have to use a compression tank style over to eliminate issues from band size. I just want ONE bra style that works for both holding comfortably in place and for some compression. Thank you so much for the links! =)
*didn't not dodn't ...sheesh, I got too late of a start today. lol
Edited by: MELBA321 at: 8/20/2013 (16:20)
8/20/13 3:57 P
I wear Enell when I am exercising in my home. I won't wear it out because it gives me a really funny shape. when I workout in the gym or go for a run outside i wear a regular bra with a sportsbra on top. That does the trick for me.
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8/20/13 2:49 P
I am currently a 42DDD (Goes up and down as I lose and gain) And i have completed a half marathon. The only sports bra i would recommend is Enell for taking the bounce out of the girls.
I have the same problem with a 34 band though my cup size is not that large. I just went with the smaller cup size, but kept the band in a compression sort of style. The girls are a little squished, but it's comfortable to run in. Sports Authority and the like have a bit more selection in the under-36 band sizes, but Herroom.com and other online sources may be your best bet if you have a larger cup size.
the ones are currently have are danskins and I love them. you put them on like a regular bra, not pulled over your head style.
8/19/13 5:33 P
I'm having trouble finding the right sports bra. I know my size...that's not the issue. My issue is finding one that gives very good support and keeps the "girls" more secure during workout routines. So far, my best bet has been an underwire full support sports bra (but can't find 34 band with my cup, so had to go up in band and down 1 cup size) and then wear another simple tank style sports bra over top. I'm looking for a good brand that has wide range of odd sizes and offer full support for sports wear. Any suggestions?
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