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5/25/12 5:29 P

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Thanks for the ideas on the Enell bra and Lynx sports bra. I have done TRI's in the frog bra by title nine. I have run in this bra for years now and do not even notice the ta ta's! However, I live in hot Texas... and body glide is a must. I am going to look into some of your suggestions... I would like to have a few options. www.titlenine.com

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5/25/12 12:45 P

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Well I have mixed reviews on the Moving Comfort "Jubralee". It is very comfortable. I still chafed on long runs. However, for a very hot HM, I used body glide in the usual spots that chafe and came out unscathed. That was a first. Not a single spot of chafe. With all other bras I still chafed even with body glide. So that's a win. I just have to use body glide every time.

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4/13/12 12:41 P

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Thanks LSTAUF. I'll look into the Lynx -haven't heard of it. I just received a new Moving Comfort style "Jubralee". Will take it out for a long run tomorrow and report back how it performs.

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4/8/12 4:21 P

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I've worn the Enell bra for the last 8 years, and have sung its praises for absolutely no bounce. That being said, this past Jan at the Disney Marathon Expo, I bought a Lynx sportsbra, and I LOVE it. Much lighter fabric and works great under my tri top. Dries much faster then my Enell. Hope this helps.

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4/3/12 5:25 P

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How is the Enell bra for chafing? I have a terrible problem with that. I have tried several bras that promise "no chafe" seams, but with the warm weather, it doesn't matter how much body glide or skin sake I use. I like the fit of my Moving Comfort Fiona, but can't take the chafe!

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6/16/11 10:35 P

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I use the Enell, as well. Everything else allows bounce.

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6/16/11 12:41 P

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If you buy your size and find it is not snug enough, buy 1 size smaller.

I highly recommend finding a local store who carries it so you can try it on.

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6/16/11 11:46 A

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I tried an enell bra a couple years ago, and it did not work for me at all. My shape is different now, maybe I should try it again...

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6/16/11 11:20 A

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emoticon Great tips. I have had a hard time finding Tri Tops. The best advice I can give is go try them on if you can... Uggggggg... A few of the tops I thought I'd love did NOT work and were even uncomfortable.

Lynn... The Enell link you posted works. Thank you emoticon

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6/15/11 2:42 P

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Lovey... Thanks for this. GOOD info! I tried the link but it didn't work. However, I googled it and found it. Not sure if the link was just bad, or it's my computer. Just in case....here it is again and hopefully, this works for everyone:

www.enell.com/





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6/15/11 1:54 P

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I am very heavily endowed and I use the Enell bra.
Some running stores carry it so you can go try one one.
I will not run in anything else. It's great under my tri-suit too.

www.enell.com

Edit: I originally put www.enell.bra, I guess bra was on my mind.

Lovey

Edited by: TDSLOVEY at: 6/15/2011 (15:17)
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6/15/11 1:19 P

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I need suggestions for a good sturdy tri-bra. I got the Zoot one, but even with my top over it and zipped shut, I still had a lot of bounce. Any suggestions for a fast drying but powerful bra? Normally for exercise I wear a Moving Comfort Fiona bra which does the trick quite nicely.

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