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    Thank you heaps for the positive feedback! I am going to check out the brands mentioned. would be awesome to find a bra that's actually supportive to excersize with


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    I'm a 10E or 12 DD/E depending on the bra, and I have the berlei. For the price I've found it quite supportive and keeps the girls firmly planted even running on the treadmill lol

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    I have a Freya sports bra which is very supportive. It cost me about $90.

    Also, I have a sports crop in one size too small that I got quite cheap at big w. It create a horrid pillow/mono boob but they do not move at all.

    What city are you in? perhaps someone can tell you where you can go to try them on. I would not buy without trying on because they are all so different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I have a Freya sports bra which is very supportive. It cost me about $90.

    Also, I have a sports crop in one size too small that I got quite cheap at big w. It create a horrid pillow/mono boob but they do not move at all.

    What city are you in? perhaps someone can tell you where you can go to try them on. I would not buy without trying on because they are all so different.
    Mono boob lol ha ha ha ha. Sorry that made me laugh so much but I HATE the mono boob.

    I would consider doing that too to make it better.

    Those ones in the UK look fabulous but they don't carry my current rib cage size.

    I'm in Syd.

    Would BnT have the Berli and the Freya possibly?




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    BnT have crap to put it bluntly lol they go up to an E I think, but I had a look at one and it didn't look very supportive. Just looked like the cheap $20 target ones but was $60...

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    Try blest bras online aswell :-) they cater for the busty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    BnT have crap to put it bluntly lol they go up to an E I think, but I had a look at one and it didn't look very supportive. Just looked like the cheap $20 target ones but was $60...
    Have to agree, when I went on my search for sports bras BnT was my first stop because that's where I get my regular bras from normally. But they're sports range is quite limited, the sizes are a bit iffy and if I'm honest you can get much more supportive ones from department stores.
    I get all of my other bras from BnT but I wouldn't bother with their sports range until they've had them for a while longer to get the market research up to scratch on what's actually needed.

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    Agree, generally they stock really pretty, fashionable bras for big busted women. But the sports range sucks.

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    I will steer clear of BnT then I actually had two bras from them fall apart in a year. So didn't go back but wondered if their range was okay. But I'll avoid them for sports.

    Once I'm not doing my study I am going to look up the recommended bras and places and see if I can find where they are stocked to try on

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    I'm only a B cup and the sports bras through BnT are crap for support even for me


 

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