Wednesday, May 5, 2010

sausage boob

Can any of you ladies recommend a decent jog bra? I have a rather, uh, large top half and a standard jog bra does nothing for me. I'd like to give jogging a try, but I'd prefer to do so without pain, thank you very much. I need as much support as I can get. At this point, if no one can help me I'm fully prepared to head to CVS for an ace bandage.



emily said...

duct tape?

Bev said...

I had the best experience purchasing a very supportive bra from Fleet Feet in Albany. Their store is in a little plaza off of Wolf Road (near the Macaroni Grill). Their staff was also helpful in helping pick out the right one.

Kate said...

Wow, thanks Bev! I'll have to check that out!

And Em, if Bev's suggestion doesn't work, I'm moving on to ace bandages, and THEN duct tape. It seriously may be what I need.

Ron and Connie said...

I so feel your pain. I would also be interested in finding a good sports bra. Check with a store called Avenue. They may have some.

nicole. said...

I have two suggestions:

1) Under Armour (and it's not just because I live near B'More, but it IS John Waters' hometown, so it can't be that bad!) Seriously, I love all of the UA stuff.

2) VS (not just because I used to work for them), believe it or not... They came out with an activewear line called VSX a couple of years ago that has a few great high impact styles. A one of my co-workers who was about a 36D/38C really swore by them. Plus they had some that you don't have to pull over your head... hate that. The prices were reasonable. I'm just not sure if they sell the line everywhere.

Still Life Mercantile said...

i just got some gear at the lululemon outlet at woodbury commons. i don't have the issue on top (unfortunately) but they had a very extensive selection of sports bras. might be worth a look at their website.