No matter how big your breasts are, a good sports bra is a must when you’re getting into running. They will avoid the distraction of a bouncing chest, and they will also protect the connective tissues to help keep the breasts perkier for longer. If you’re in the market for a new sports bra then here are 5 of the best options for you:
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1) Panache Women’s Underwired Sports Bra
One of the benefits of this sports bra is the fact that it comes with clips that let you transform the straps from standard to racer back, depending on your preference. This bra is also designed to look good under clothing (unlike some others which can leave you look flat or like you have one breast!) It comes in D-G cups, and it’s not always easy to find such a good sports bra for larger sizes!
2) Glamorise Women’s No Bounce
This is another option for women with larger chests. The main feature you’ll notice is that the fabric extends higher at the front, protecting larger breasts and ensuring that they aren’t coming out the top of the bra. This bra comes in cups C-G.
3) Shock Absorber Women’s Run Sports Bra
For those with smaller chest sizes then this option for Shock Absorber is a great choice. It looks good and is designed to avoid the one-breasted look. It also comes in a number of fun colors, and has adjustable straps to help you get just the right size. It comes in A to F cups.
4) Champion Women’s Cotton Fitness Bra
If you’re on a budget then this is a good low cost bra that comes in a number of different colors. However, note that it might not offer as much support as bras designed specifically with running in mind. It comes in Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large.
5) Moving Comfort Women’s Fiona Bra
The Fiona Bra has consistently high reviews, and comes in cups from B-DD. It comes in loads of fun colors to suit your style, although it’s generally agreed it doesn’t look quite as stylish as other sports bras. However, this is more than made up for by the adjustable fit and support that the Fiona Bra offers.
Just remember, it’s very important that you get the right fit in a sports bra. If not, even the best bra might not offer you the protection you need. And, when you do find the right bra, be ready to replace it after around 30-40 washes, as this is when most sports bras will start to lose their support.