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Good support bra - but front fastening

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PrincessRaven Sun 13-Oct-19 21:44:52

Does anyone know if there is such a thing as a full support front fastening sports bra?

I have a tri action one, which has good support, but my wrists struggle putting it on
(I'm a 34e)

dementedpixie Sun 13-Oct-19 22:01:14

Have a look on the boobydoo website

PrincessRaven Sun 13-Oct-19 22:01:22

Just seen the other post recommending the m&s one

MangoSalsa Sun 13-Oct-19 22:03:49

Falke Versatility.

I also like a Boobandy. It’s a strap you wear on top of a sports bra to minimise bounce.

UncleMatthewsEntrenchingTool Sun 13-Oct-19 22:06:15

Enell the queen of sports bras

fishybits Sun 13-Oct-19 22:10:26

Not the M&S one. The front fastening isn't strong and gives way very easily and the metal rubs. I've tried the right size, one up and one down and come to conclusion that it's a rubbish design.

AuntieStella Sun 13-Oct-19 22:10:41

Enell

CMOTDibbler Sun 13-Oct-19 22:11:22

The M&S zip front ones are good, and Shock Absorber have a zip front too. But lots of choice on Boobydoo, and with a decent bra you don't need boob bands and suchlike

FusionChefGeoff Sun 13-Oct-19 22:14:35

I bought one recently from Decathlon

FusionChefGeoff Sun 13-Oct-19 22:15:42

https://www.decathlon.co.uk/fbra-900-zip-sports-bra-id_8544436.html

Runningonempty84 Sun 13-Oct-19 22:35:07

I'm going to be very controversial and say I don't like Enell. I find their bras ok for shorter runs, but massively chafing over long distances (anything over, say, 15 miles or so used to get painful).

I've got a front fastening Shock Absorber which is the best front fastener I've found. I'm a 30E.

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