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Sports bra for large sizes

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smarmyarmy Tue 16-Oct-12 12:57:33

Can anyone recommend a good fitting sports bra? I am a 32FF and would love to hear any advice about which one to get. Thanks

Lottapianos Tue 16-Oct-12 13:00:53

I buy mine from a website called Boobydoo. I just buy my normal bra size (34GG) and have never had a problem. I usually buy Shock Absorbers, the highest level, they are about £24.

CarpeJugulum Tue 16-Oct-12 13:02:53

Find a Bravisimmo and get one from there.

I have this one and it's great.

SorrelForbes Tue 16-Oct-12 14:38:51

The Freya Underwire Bra is very good.

HazleNutt Tue 16-Oct-12 14:46:11

I'm the same size and do a lot of sports, Shock absorber Run is my favourite. I needed to go a backsize up though, it's quite tight.

KristinaM Tue 16-Oct-12 15:27:05

Another vote for shock absorber Run bra. I'm normally a 30F and I wear a 32E, so one band size up,the same as hazel. So you would need a 34F

BlueEyeshadow Tue 16-Oct-12 16:24:04

I have the non-wired version of that Freya one (it was also good as a maternity bra!) and find it better than the Shock Absorber Run.

blue2 Tue 16-Oct-12 16:29:13

I wear the Freya one. Never had any problems

GobblersKnob Tue 16-Oct-12 16:34:53

I have both the Freya that Sorrel linked to and a Shock Absorber Run and I much prefer the Freya.

Sleepwhenidie Tue 16-Oct-12 16:46:49

Enell is apparently fantastic as well as shock absorber Run bra.

HazleNutt Tue 16-Oct-12 18:05:42

I have the freya too but I find it terribly pointy. Afraid that might take someone's eye out..

AuntieMaggie Tue 16-Oct-12 18:28:57

I got mine here after a mumsnetter kindly pointed me in the direction.

Mine wasn't at all yellow either!

CelticPromise Tue 16-Oct-12 18:30:59

Enell is brilliant for high impact. I don't find the Freya supportive enough, maybe because I'm used to the Enell. Panache one is good too but I have to do up the racer back clip for high impact.

HedgeHogGroup Tue 16-Oct-12 19:51:27

I LOVE my Panache underwired one (36H). I don't feel any movement and can't recommend it enough grin

TellMeLater Tue 16-Oct-12 20:26:44

I use the Enell, it really holds me in place, virtually zero bounce.

anniewoo Tue 16-Oct-12 21:06:26

Aunmaggie what has a pork recipe got to do with sports bras? Just wonderin?

Panache one is fab. Used to use Shock Absorber years ago but outclassed by Panache IMO.

AuntieMaggie Tue 16-Oct-12 21:21:08

LMAO blush

Sorry wrong link!

Should be this one

smarmyarmy Wed 17-Oct-12 12:40:20

Thank you so much! Will be checking the suggestions out! smile

Babyroutes Tue 26-Feb-13 17:11:17

Just been reviewing the Freya Active Underwired sports bra and it starts from a D cup. Fab for larger chests for everything except star jumps! Written up a massive review of how I got on with it here. Up until now I'd been using shock absorber which is good for support but not as nice a shape and also a bit grippy for long periods of time. Hope that helps anyone else looking at this thread!

doobeedee Tue 26-Feb-13 20:01:52

I like the Shock Absorber Level 4. Get it from either Boobydoo or Bravissimo. I do high impact aerobics in it and am a 32H and the don't move at all!

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