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  • "e-cup" "i'm only 16"
  • Invincible bra e-cup

 
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    05-25-2010, 06:21 PM
  #21
Weanling
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Originally Posted by maura    
I really, really, really like the Champion sports bras. Check out their website for their high motion control bras; they're wonderful. I much prefer them to the 2 sports bra method.
Ditto. I bought a Champion High-Impact sports bra at Academy Sports (around $30) and I love it. I also wear a body-shaping camisole over the top for extra support.
     
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    05-25-2010, 09:40 PM
  #22
Weanling
I'm a DD/E cup and I love the Berlei Sports bras combined with a good old Target Crop Top - works wonders! There's still a bit of bounce in sit trot, but not enough to hurt or be overly noticable. So if you can get your hands on them, they are awesome! Sell for about A$56
     
    05-26-2010, 01:23 AM
  #23
Yearling
Ok... don't laugh...
I am a full C. I was nursing my baby, and was ready to get back in the saddle. Great. Went for my first post-baby canter...OOOWWWW! Not great! Heavy and bouncing!! Even my too tight sports bra couldn't handle it.
So I took one of my horse's heavy duty leg wraps and bound my chest! It was the only thing that worked! Tensor bandage was even better, no need to line up the velcro, lol. So sports bra, light t-shirt, tensor bandage over that, any additional clothing over that.
Got me through 2 nursing babies, lol!
     
    05-26-2010, 11:35 AM
  #24
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by maura    
The Champion sports bras are expensive, but they do run sales twice a year where they're all 20.00. The sale is on right now.

The also wear extremely well. I have one I refer to as body armor - absolutely nothing moves.

Here's links:

Champion® Double Dry® Action Shape Sports Bra

And, the body armor:

Champion® Shape Scoop-Back Full-Figure Underwire Sports Bra

I am currently a 42D, and am very active. Not just with the horses, but at the gym, too. I've gotten to the point that these bras are all I wear.

Agreed with Maura here, stick with the Champion line - and only ones that have underwire, IMO. Some of the cheaper sports bras are okay if you are not terribly top heavy, but for those of us who are fairly busty you need a dedicated, quality sports bra, and make sure you get one that is WELL fitted - have a professional fit you the first time! Statistics show a large percentage of the population is actually wearing the incorrect size bra for their body.

Most the cheaper sports bras do NOT have the support and strength to really do the trick. I'm a 36 DD and I used to deal with jokes about duct tape and black eyes, for sure! Tried a million different sports bras before finding the RIGHT kind.
     
    05-26-2010, 06:31 PM
  #25
Yearling
VSX Sports Bra from Victoria Secret. It has underwire. I looove that thing. I'm a 36C-D and it is PERFECT.
     
    05-26-2010, 06:56 PM
  #26
Foal
Moonflower

You wear a very tight sporstbra. They are still going to want to swing to the gate, but it will so much more controlled. And they sure wont feel like they are being ripped off from the bounce.
     
    05-27-2010, 12:23 AM
  #27
Green Broke
O.O my chest must be like...invincible or something compared to all of you. XD
I'm a 36D-DD and I only wear a normal bra, and I never have it real tight. I don't do anything different than when I walk around school, lol.
I mean, they bounce a bit, but it doesn't hurt even the least bit, haha.
It might be because I'm only 16 or so, but everyone I know (that's female and is bigger than a B) complains like no other at any trot (sitting or posting). :# I feel invincible now XD well, only slightly, but you get my point? Haha
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    05-27-2010, 01:05 AM
  #28
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Iseul    
o.O my chest must be like...invincible or something compared to all of you. XD
I'm a 36D-DD and I only wear a normal bra, and I never have it real tight. I don't do anything different than when I walk around school, lol.
I mean, they bounce a bit, but it doesn't hurt even the least bit, haha.
It might be because I'm only 16 or so, but everyone I know (that's female and is bigger than a B) complains like no other at any trot (sitting or posting). :# I feel invincible now XD well, only slightly, but you get my point? Haha
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Right about now I would start wearing some serious support 'coz gravity is going to start taking control! Right now you are in the young, pert honeymoon stage - it doesn't last long!! Beware the gravity.. Beware... BEWARE!!!!!!!!
     
    05-27-2010, 01:12 AM
  #29
Banned
Gravity plus sitting the trot will make you look 40 when you are 25...tape em up, tape em down...just tape em!
     
    05-27-2010, 01:42 AM
  #30
Green Broke
O.o;; irefuse to have them looking 40 when I'm 25 D:
I guess I'll be buying wraps, since sports bras have never worked for me. XD
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