Suggestions on sports bras
She-fit ... all the way!
She-fit. A friend of mine gave me one that she ordered in the wrong size. Absolutely no bounce and it has a ton of adjutments so you have more support if needed.
She-Fit doesn't work for me. I'm an all natural 34 H/I and the She-Fit doesn't take up enough in the rib cage for the cup size I need. I have good luck with Glamorise bras. I also have Enells in every color imaginable that are all like brand new in size 2 that are too small for me if anyone needs them.
I loved the VS VSX sports bras but they no longer make them.
I've thought about trying shefit but I prefer to wear sports bras daily, not just when riding. They seem a little intense for daily wear.
Why when you find something you like they quit making it LOL
JcNhEmI - 2021-05-10 11:58 AM
You have that disease too? They quit making nearly everything that I like!
I too liked the VS ones. I am clueless what to try when these wear out.
I'm scared the velcro on the She-Fits will catch my curly hair when I'm wearing a tank top. I refuse to pay THAT much money to try something that's gonna hack me off by pulling my hair.
I wear my She-Fit almost daily with no issues. They are so adjustable that you can tighten or loosen them to make them fit how you want them to
I tried she fit I can't wear them either. They just won't work for me. I wear wacoal sport bras. They are designed with the underwire on the outside it's so much more comfortable. It's all I wear, every day.
I wish companies would make better bras. I have sensitive skin and can't stand anything rough. I'm a 34 d/dd and finding one that fits is a nightmare.
I had 1 by VS but can't find them anywhere. That one was super comfortable.
Now I have 2 she-fits. Only use them when I make a run. Eventhought hey are adjustable, they are not comfortable to wear all day. But they keep the girls cinched down, so I go with it.
I have a couple of Moving Comfort running bras. Thinks they sometimes are called Brooks running bras.
Also, Under Armour makes them with the front zipper which are easy to get on.
cranky B4 10am - 2021-05-11 7:29 AM
Agree... I'm good in my she fit for about 2 hours and then it starts feeling like a torture device. But I love wearing it to work horses and run. Keeps everything in check. I don't think I could wear it all day.
I really love these, and you can't beat the price.
I have two of these and they are the most comfortable sports bras I have ever owned. I wear a 36D and definitely need the support. I'm not fan of the racer back style and prefer the fit of a regular bra. All day comfort, lightly lined for t shirts (no lines) with adjustable straps. Fit true to size and don't give you the "uniboob" look either. Purchased them from Amazon for around $35 each. I wear these for every day use as they are that comfortable.
I was just talking to the Child Gone Wild about this very topic this week. My VS ones are worn out. I need to find something new and I hate change!!!
Going to have to look into some of the recommendations.
I usually just go for the walmart special... I'm cheap.
Moving Comfort was the brand I have worn for years, they were bought out by Brooks (the running shoe company.) These bras have great support and are comfortable. If you shop Zulily, Brooks had a good selection there today at great prices.
BarrelRacing4Christ - 2021-11-20 8:42 PM
Actually, I really like one of the Avia ones from Walmart but they don't make it anymore.
I do like Champion ones, but they are hard to find. I'm 38DD and finding something supportive is difficult.
Or ones that don't bras dig in my side......I think its because I am short waisted.....drives me up the wall and then some.
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