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Recommend me a sports bra - huge boobs!

(26 Posts)
ethanrayne Wed 17-May-17 13:07:20

I currently wear two and I still jiggle about angry

Particularly interested in recommendations from those of you GG+ .......

ilovecherries Wed 17-May-17 13:11:59

Well, I'm 36k and wear the Freya sport active, and I don't move in it. Bizarrely I do creak! I think it's just the scoffolding taking the strain, but it made my daughter nearly fall off her treadmill laughing at the noise.

ethanrayne Wed 17-May-17 13:16:59

Thanks ilovecherries I will take creaking over jiggling.

MissCherryCakeyBun Wed 17-May-17 13:33:26

If anyone knows of an affordable COMFORTABLE one in a 42E......I'm all ears well all ( . )( . )'a actually 😉

Ollivander84 Wed 17-May-17 13:36:14

Panache. They do wired and non wired

eatpuddingdrinkwine Wed 17-May-17 13:39:05

The Enell quite pricey and not exactly the most pretty but nothing moves .keeps my 34 GG well strapped down. Strange sizing i have the 2.

AnguaResurgam Wed 17-May-17 13:41:29

Another vote for the Panache. Held me firmly. 36G.

ilovecherries Wed 17-May-17 14:01:08

This is the Freya I'm talking about. Glamorous it isn't, but it's the only one Ive found with enough control, and I've tried loads over the years.

Scribblegirl Wed 17-May-17 14:02:17

Another vote for the Freya, I'm stupidly jiggly and large of boob and it's the only sports bra I've ever found that works for me.

toriah Wed 17-May-17 14:02:38

i think the shock absorber is fab smile

ethanrayne Wed 17-May-17 14:03:50

Thanks for link definitely going to give that a try - looks sturdy grin

dementedpixie Wed 17-May-17 14:04:16

Panache active underwired. I am 36GG but wear a 34H in this one

dementedpixie Wed 17-May-17 14:05:57

I have the freya active underwired too but had to go up a couple of sizes in the cup. I prefer the panache underwired

C0RAL Wed 17-May-17 14:06:11

I'm a 30GG and wear an ennell bra for running. Looks hideous and you need 5 extra mins to put it on but no jiggle.

Zampa Wed 17-May-17 14:11:10

I'm a 30F and use the Shock Absorber but it's always such a relief to take it off!

CocoLoco87 Wed 17-May-17 14:44:46

I'm a 36FF and use M&S extra high impact zip front sports bra. I love it! No jiggle or creaking...Although I'm not sure my boobs have ever creaked grin

notapizzaeater Wed 17-May-17 14:46:29

You need a boob band - they are on Amazon - goes over your boobs and straps them down :-)

Skyllo30 Wed 17-May-17 14:48:40

Another vote for Panache. If there's a bravissimo near you, go get fitted and jump up and down in the changing rooms. grin

I bought my bra there and found it in a different colour on amazon for less.

CornflakeHomunculus Wed 17-May-17 14:49:39

The Enell is amazing if you've got the right proportions for the weird sizing. I used to use it for riding and literally nothing moved ever but these days I can't get the fit quite right.

I'm a 38G and currently using the Anita Momentum for playing rugby and that's fantastic, certainly contains things enough so I'm never thinking about my tits whilst running/tackling/etc. grin

Coffeepleeeaase Wed 17-May-17 14:50:01

Panache !

C0RAL Wed 17-May-17 16:49:38

so I'm never thinking about my tits whilst running/tackling

This made me grin

Itmustbemyage Wed 17-May-17 16:55:07

Enell works for me, only prob is you look like you have a pillow stuffed down your top and you have to spend at least 5 mins getting into it. But nothing moves and the relief when you take it off smile
I'm a 42f and need a size 5

Dozer Wed 17-May-17 16:55:16

I'm "only" a D, but my shock absorber is too tight round the ribs and constricting! Does stop jiggling though.

ThierryEnnui Wed 17-May-17 18:56:38

Panache ones have all popped their wires pretty quickly for me.

Recommend Shock Absorber as a brand - I buy their non-underwired and feel firmly strapped in.

ethanrayne Wed 17-May-17 19:06:24

My last panache one also lost underwire quickly which was annoying

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