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Sports bras [Apr. 13th, 2006|10:56 am]
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Cycling season is upon us, and I am faced with the sad fact that none of my alleged sports bras is anything more than a glorified cropped tank top. Every bump I hit this morning on my ride to work caused serious jiggles.

So does anyone have good sports bra suggestions? I'm a small-band, large-cup girl, which means I've given up on ever finding anything inexpensive.

Has anyone tried the Enell Sports Bra? According to their website, Oprah apparently endorsed it, but then Oprah also endorsed A Million Little Pieces. Their sizing chart looks like they start at a C-cup, which is encouraging, but before I order, I'd love to know if anyone has any other suggestions.

[User Picture]From: zingerella
2006-04-13 04:33 pm (UTC)
Doesn't that get a bit warm, though?
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[User Picture]From: pretzelsalt
2006-04-13 04:45 pm (UTC)
Nah - but I don't wear them that long - just for a ride or a workout.

I should add though that I am not human and don't sweat like normal folk - so that could be a reason.

It's definatly not sexy - a big uniboob that does get a little moist - but then if they can breathe they can bounce.

Also - I live in Oregon - being too warm isn't usually an issue.

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[User Picture]From: zingerella
2006-04-13 04:49 pm (UTC)
Yeah. Here in Hogtown, summers can get warm and muggy. And I hate, hate, hate being too hot.

Sexy isn't really a concern when I'm cycling. Cycling shorts are not very flattering on me, and helmet-hair is really not my best look. Plus my face gets blotchy. So really, I just want not to jiggle too much and not to overheat, if at all possible.
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