I'm at present a 20E. I'm trying to get back healthy again and as such I am on the hunt for a sports bra suitable for bigger busted women but I'm just having no luck.
It's painful to a degree excersizing with a normal bra.
Is there any such thing as a supportive sports bra for a larger lady? Something that might actually hold well whilst I do more than a walk.
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20-03-2013 09:45 #1
Sports Bras for Bigger Bust Women?
20-03-2013 11:25 #2
Subbing - I need new sports bra too and am currently an f cup
20-03-2013 11:26 #3
I bought online. Do a search on google.
20-03-2013 11:28 #4
I am also subbing. ( . )( . ) are huge
20-03-2013 11:36 #5
Mine is by Panache, not cheap but very supportive.
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20-03-2013 11:39 #6Senior Member
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I haven't bought one yet, but my googling has unearthed that Berlei have an "Active Sport Underwire Bra" (Y533W) that goes from DD to H. It only seems to be available in specialist bra shops.
Having only recently expanded from a DD to somewhere between an E and an F (thanks, pregnancy hormones), I'm finding it really frustrating that I can no longer get bras in my usual stores, like Myer!
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20-03-2013 11:40 #7
20-03-2013 11:59 #8Senior Member
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Im a 12G and i find it crazy hard to find bras, particularlly sports bras.
Apart fomr being sooo expensive, they generally dont give me the supoort i need. Until i found this site i was paying $100+ per bra.
This company (although UK company) are wonderful. I ONLY get my bras here anymore.
20-03-2013 12:12 #9
I've found the Berlei Active Sports Bras are brilliant. I'm only a D cup but they're not too expensive and I've found the ability to cross the straps at the back provides a lot of really good support especially for things like running or even just general jumping around.
I got the Australian Netball Association approved version in a 2 pack from Kmart a couple of years ago for about $25 and haven't had the need to replace them yet, they've been awesome .
That being said as I'm a bit smaller than some of you ladies I can't guarantee that they're better for larger cups but honestly I think they're awesome for the price and I've given mine a real smashing over the last 12 months doing cross training etc. in them.
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20-03-2013 12:12 #10
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