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    Default Maternity running tights

    Hi ladies,

    I'm hoping to continue running as my pregnancy progresses but feel like I might need something supportive as my bump gets heavier. All I can find online are the type of leggings you would wear with a long shirt / dress rather than anything with support. Any suggestions?

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    For my first pregnancy I ran into the 7th month just wearing normal leggings.

    I didn't run in any of my subsequent pregnancies as I was concerned about possibly being more unstable.

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    2xu are the only maternity specific ones I've found but they are very exxy. Otherwise Lorna Jane 'Amy's' will sit under your bump or cotton on ones which are cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sproutx3 View Post
    2xu are the only maternity specific ones I've found but they are very exxy. Otherwise Lorna Jane 'Amy's' will sit under your bump or cotton on ones which are cheaper.
    I wear the cotton on ones now but they sit up around my belly button so I can't imagine them sitting under my bump. As my bump grows I might go try some of the Lorna Jane ones on. Just looked at the 2xu ones and they are very pricey!

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    I'm still wearing my LJ Amy's at 26 weeks, they sit nicely under the bump.
    Can't believe there are hardly any maternity exercise tights available!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I wear the cotton on ones now but they sit up around my belly button so I can't imagine them sitting under my bump. As my bump grows I might go try some of the Lorna Jane ones on. Just looked at the 2xu ones and they are very pricey!
    I think it depends on the cut of the cotton on ones I have a low cut pair but some of the higher cut ones are really uncomfortable.

    Definitely try the LJ ones tho. I'm 27 weeks and living in them


 

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