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post #11 of 53 Old 09-17-2009, 06:00 PM
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I am a 34 D and I wear a bra and a sports bra ... oh and Victoria Secrets has this bra that has clasps in the back to attach the straps too and it is AMAZING! Lol

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post #12 of 53 Old 09-17-2009, 06:10 PM
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Oh dear...such a pain it is to have large breasts...36 to 38 D....ugh...and I have a small waist and back issues (been bucked off a few to many times...and im only 17 lol)

Push up bras that fit snug and a simple tight fitsing cotton sports bra over that....tis what works best for me lol


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post #13 of 53 Old 09-17-2009, 06:21 PM
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Oh yeah.. a 5 hour trail later.. ;)

Normally I don't hve a problem, but some time a month it's just awful..I have a gaited horse and still my breasts bounce away painfully! I'm also wearing a sportsbra (I love them, my boyfriend hates them..xD I thik I need to buy something else soon) and I'm just 21 and with normal breasts.. x__X

Do you too get more sensetive at times?


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I'm 5"3 and I am a 38DD.
My very favorite bra to ride in, is a sports bra from victoria's secret called "the shock absorber" it is WONDERFUL! You can adjust the sides under your arms, and the back and shoulders are meshy like, so it breathes really well too!
It does give you the "uniboob" look, but...form follows function right?

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WOW best thread ever!! I know some women that use an ace bandage for support.
When from 11-13 I envied the guys at school and always fit in with them but I envied how they seemed to get along with each other much better so I used ace bandages to strap myself down so I could fit in with them better. Sad. Lol. But funny. They didn't care I was always one of the guys anyway.
I have an ace bandage at home though....I think, it's old from one of my dogs pulled muscles but I might give that a try.

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Oh honey, I feel your pain. I range from a C to a small D depending on how much I weigh at that particular time. I don't know anything about the GDB's but I did find the high impact sports bras are now my best friends. I ride western and it is not "proper" to post the trot (though I do sometimes anyway) so most the time I sit it even on rough travelling horses and it doesn't take long for the girls to get sore and then my back gets sore from them bouncing around. I found my first high impact bra at Wal-Mart and have gotten about 6 more since then. The 2 brands that I really like are Bestform and Fruit of the Loom. I went without one the other day and just wore a regular sports bra when I took Dobe for a ride and afterward, I was miserable. And Dobe is the smoothest horse we have!!
Yup! Today for my trail ride with some friends I found one of my old sports bras and used that since I knew we'd be out for a long time. I've gone just a couple hours or even a lesson hour and at the end the cool off walk down is horrible. Just pulling soreness. Ugh. Luckily today for the trail ride my butt hurts more than my chest. It heated up pretty quick so I mostly walked her.

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Oh yeah.. a 5 hour trail later.. ;)

Normally I don't hve a problem, but some time a month it's just awful..I have a gaited horse and still my breasts bounce away painfully! I'm also wearing a sportsbra (I love them, my boyfriend hates them..xD I thik I need to buy something else soon) and I'm just 21 and with normal breasts.. x__X

Do you too get more sensetive at times?
Yeah it seems at times it's more sensative than other times but I haven't figured out why. I can understand that time of the month soreness and that's what I've noticed more for the more painful rides. I'm 20 almost 21 and I'm a 36C at the moment. I range from a large B to medium C depending on my diet and water in take. My boyfriend tries to remind me while I'm at home to put a sports bra on if he knows I'm going riding.

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Ya, boob soreness is normaly related to your cycle. Period time is the worst, and some women get it when they ovulate (mid-cycle). Ain't it grand to be a girl??

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I'm barely a B, but I still have to wear a sports bra to ride. Anyway, I read somewhere that sports bras for an A or B can be the "Flatten them into your chest" kind - the ones that don't have cups. But for women bigger than a B, you really need the kind with cups - and of course the high impact, etc. like everyone else said.

Yeah, good times being a girl. I trail ride with a bunch of guys and I hate how much more challenging it is for me to pee out on the trail. That combined with the boob thing - proof, once again, that we are tougher!

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I'm barely a B, but I still have to wear a sports bra to ride. Anyway, I read somewhere that sports bras for an A or B can be the "Flatten them into your chest" kind - the ones that don't have cups. But for women bigger than a B, you really need the kind with cups - and of course the high impact, etc. like everyone else said.

Yeah, good times being a girl. I trail ride with a bunch of guys and I hate how much more challenging it is for me to pee out on the trail. That combined with the boob thing - proof, once again, that we are tougher!
Yeah gotta love the boobs and being a girl. It's hard for me to find people to go trail riding with. I have a few family friends who have known me since I was born and they like to go on rides but I've joined a few forums in my area so hopefully I'll meet some trail riding buddies soon. Lol.
I think from what I've been reading I should go look for a high impact sports bra. I have some "extra hardware" so I have to make sure the inside of the bra doesn't have anything to catch on. I could put lining in it too if I need to.

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