Posted 2019-01-04 11:43 AM (#7418028) Subject: LARGE CHESTED RACERS!!
Location: NE TX
I haven't tried it so don't know how it will work but I have never been able to find a button up that wont explode with my large chest. I am a bigger girl and my large chest has made it impossible to wear button up shirts during a run.
Was looking at Cowgirl Tuff for other long sleeves and saw that they now have faux button pull over shirts that look like the real thing!! https://www.cowgirltuff.com/long-sleeve
Posted 2019-01-04 12:35 PM (#7418038 - in reply to #7418028) Subject: RE: LARGE CHESTED RACERS!!
Miss Laundry Misshap
I usually buy a size up in button down shirts. Only way the buttons will close and stay closed. I saw those CGT shirts and want to try one! BUT....$60 for a stretchy t-shirt with buttons seems high to me. Maybe I'm cheap.
Posted 2019-01-04 1:33 PM (#7418048 - in reply to #7418046) Subject: RE: LARGE CHESTED RACERS!!
The Worst Seller Ever
So the best ones I have found are Cinch shirts. Or you just go to the mens section and buy there, you ususally find better sales there anyway. The best shirts I have found lately that actually fit a little big were at Atwoods. They were on sale for $10 AND they fit.
Posted 2019-01-04 3:41 PM (#7418055 - in reply to #7418028) Subject: RE: LARGE CHESTED RACERS!!
Feel your pain. I have battled this for years , I am a 38G... I have had good luck buying men’s button up shirts .. I also think men’s shirts are just as colorful as women’s . I stick to buttons no snaps . Good luck in your search!
Posted 2019-01-04 8:48 PM (#7418075 - in reply to #7418028) Subject: RE: LARGE CHESTED RACERS!!
I hear ya! I found these shirts in the last couple years, they are made of a very cool (temperature-wise) almost like a lycra material. It has some give to it, has a collar, has cuffs, and the best part.....it ZIPS! No buttons! There were a couple barrel racers at the NFR that wore them. check out
Posted 2019-01-07 7:43 AM (#7418246 - in reply to #7418075) Subject: RE: LARGE CHESTED RACERS!!
dmc62901 - 2019-01-04 8:48 PM I hear ya! I found these shirts in the last couple years, they are made of a very cool (temperature-wise) almost like a lycra material. It has some give to it, has a collar, has cuffs, and the best part.....it ZIPS! No buttons! There were a couple barrel racers at the NFR that wore them. check out www.theairconditionedshirt.com really cool designs too!
Yes, I have several of these and love them!! But be careful, they come if really cool designs and you can easily get addicted to them!!
No need for tanks underneath, they stay like new even after washing several times. They have elastic in the bottom so they stay put when tucked in (but don't have to). Longer sleeves, so they don't appear to be 3/4 sleeves when running.
Not cheap, but again, they are great quality. Also they have sales all the time so you can often get them at a better price!
Posted 2019-01-08 1:13 PM (#7418383 - in reply to #7418028) Subject: RE: LARGE CHESTED RACERS!!
Off the Wall Wacky
In my opinion/experience it has a lot more to do with the bra. I have had my boobs literally come OUT of my bra during a run bc I wasn't thinking and put on a cheap one LOL...thank goodness my shirt held together
But a good bra that keeps the girls from moving allows me to wear whatever I want without being free entertainment. Plus it's much more comfortable without any bounce.
Someone mentioned Shefit...I bought a used one to test and it's my go-to bra for competing. I'm not sure what their return program is like, but I suggest trying on first. Per their size chart and my actual bra size, I should be a L or XL, and I wear a Medium. My favorite thing is I can wear it comfortably loose when I'm not on my horse, then cinch 'em down tight before I get on!
Posted 2019-01-12 3:17 PM (#7418818 - in reply to #7418028) Subject: RE: LARGE CHESTED RACERS!!
Good Ole Boys just Fine with Me
Location: SE Missouri
Those would have been a lifesaver a few years ago. I went under the knife (insurance covered it) and have Zero regrets! No more buying shirts two sizes larger just to get them buttoned or wearing multiple bras. (Wish i would have done it 10 years ago)