Sports bra help

(15 Posts)
baileysyumm Wed 08-Jun-16 14:53:36

Im looking to buy another sports bra and need a bit of help. I've already got a shock absorber but I have started running every other day so need more than one really!

I'm a 32FF and the bra needs to be really supportive but also good value, I only want to spend about £20. I've ruled out supermarkets and m&s as they don't have my size. Any ideas?

Thank you.

LaPharisienne Wed 08-Jun-16 14:59:16

I recommend la panache - fantastic.

dementedpixie Wed 08-Jun-16 15:01:12

Panache ultimate or Freya active underwired are the ones I use. Might not get for £20 though

BigginsforPope Wed 08-Jun-16 15:02:05

Type your size followed by 'sports bra' into the search engine om eBay. Loads of choice and often under twenty pounds.

Icouldbeknitting Wed 08-Jun-16 15:36:45

Mine was a bit more than that but it's fantastic and I can jump without having to use one arm to hold down the F's. You may get lucky and find one your size in the sale at Boobydoo.co.uk

baileysyumm Wed 08-Jun-16 21:23:09

Thanks all I will look into these suggestions.

SayAGreatBigThankyou Sat 11-Jun-16 21:48:43

I got a freya active for £24 and free delivery at bra stop this week - fingers crossed they have your size!

LordEmsworth Sun 12-Jun-16 08:10:58

I went to a designer outlet centre yesterday to stock up. The Wonderbra store sells Shock Absorber for £23-£28. I really, really rate Shock Absorber

marriednotdead Sun 12-Jun-16 08:32:31

Which shock absorber have you got? The very plain D max (BE59) is much firmer/ better for running than the ones with the double sets of hooks and contrasting stitching/prints.

£20 is not a lot for a sports bra in that size (I'm that size myself) and spending £30+ on one is worthwhile if you consider it against the price of a boob lift...

SandunesAndRainclouds Sun 12-Jun-16 08:44:45

I use a shock absorber ultimate run and I love it. You can pick up cheaper ones on Amazon but you need to be careful with the sizing; I had to go up a band size and down a cup (at least I think it was that way around!)

The only down side is that I'm getting a spotty back from it around the top clip area. I'm thinking of trying something more open to see if that changes.

If you have a local TK MAXX they're good for sports wear but you'd have to rummage and try on a lot to get the perfect fit at your size.

TeaMeBasil Sun 12-Jun-16 08:52:27

Another vote for shock absorber, I've big boobs & it's brilliant, completely supportive. Think it was £20-30 in debenhams

CMOTDibbler Sun 12-Jun-16 09:06:57

E bay is great for sports bras as people buy them and then decide after one wear that they don't like them

MissisBee Sun 12-Jun-16 11:22:56

I have a panache and a Freya. Panache is much more supportive and the Freya has a seam in exactly the wrong place inside the cup. I bought them both from Amazon and got plain white which was cheaper than the multicoloured versions. Can't remember how much they were though. Both the same as my usual size.

PookyHook Sun 12-Jun-16 17:39:12

I love the underwired panache sports bras. I have three. They're expensive but I didn't pay full price for any of mine. I got them in white which seems to be an unpopular colour. The cheapest one was only €15.

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