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#1 Old 11-30-2011, 11:40 AM
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Hey ladies,

Anyone got a good recommendation for a reliable, inexpensive, high impact sports bra for large chests?

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#2 Old 11-30-2011, 12:09 PM
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I don't know of any that are particularly inexpensive (I guess it depends on your definition of that). I love my Moving Comfort Fiona. They are $44 though. Target has a high impact one but I couldn't get it fastened because of the way it is designed....you have to put it over your head then fasten part of it behind your back and I couldn't get it to save my life. LOL
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They don't exist. Best bet is to wear an old/comfortable regular bra with a sports bra a size too small over top.

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They don't exist. Best bet is to wear an old/comfortable regular bra with a sports bra a size too small over top.

Haha, I've already done that and it works... most of the time.
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#6 Old 11-30-2011, 01:41 PM
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They do exist - Moving Comfort and Enell both make several that really do work. I am a DD cup and my Moving Comfort one works great, even for running. They are more expensive though, than a regular sports bra.
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They don't exist. Best bet is to wear an old/comfortable regular bra with a sports bra a size too small over top.

This is pretty much what I do. Sometimes I'll wear two sports bras. I know a girl who wears three... :/ Seriously though, I've only had one instance in years of running while wearing two bras where I had an embarrassing "popping out" situation! (Thankfully not a nipplegate though! haha)
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My friend who has boobs bigger than my head and does a lot of running swears by shock absorber.
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#9 Old 12-10-2011, 12:30 AM
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I just wear two, otherwise...pain!

I'd like to know if there are good cheap ones as well.

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