Post # 1
Like really… I don’t get it. The ones that have any kind of support are like $50+ that is insane! Anyone find some for cheaper than that?? I wear 32DD so it’s not very easy to find good ones that aren’t pricey. Urghhh
Post # 3
I totally agree! Don’t know why they are so expensive though. I usually find some really nice ones at either TJ Maxx or Marshalls- brand name ones for like half the price.
Post # 4
@infinitykindaluv: that’s a good idea.. Never thought to look there!
Post # 5
I have a Champion bra that’s good for jogging from Marshall’s… But with the pregnancy boob growth, I had to wear a regular bra under it.
Post # 6
@legenwaitforitdary: Walmart. Danskin brand. Amazing.
Post # 7
I got one on clearance for $9 today at macys. What I hate about them is they run so small. I’m a size 4 and have to buy a large. A medium digs into my skin. Why do they make them so tight?!
Post # 8
@FarleyNish: so that they hold the girls in! but if they are tight that they irritate you, that’s not good. I love Nike’s bras. best I have ever had. They are like $30-$35. I have had a few of them for years now so I definitely think they are worth it.
Post # 9
Outlet malls and clearance. I like the Champion ones – can get them for under $20 if you hunt!
Post # 10
@MoonlitMagnolia: that’s what I use! I bought like. ..5 lol
Post # 11
@legenwaitforitdary: Victoria’s Secret was having some of them for sale @ their semi-annual sale. I love their sports bras. i would check it out because they were selling all if the bras that didn’t sell yet for $15.99. I got myself a really nice lace one that was originally $60 for that price. And I did see some sports ones in the section too.
Post # 12
A great sports bra makes my life better.
There, I said it.
Sure, not a fan of the cost, but if I’m dropping twice that on undergarments for titilating my lover, something that I’ll get much more use out of turns out to be a worthwhile investment.
Looking at it another way, I won’t do high impact workouts without a super sports bra. I just won’t. That’s a problem, and if it takes $75 to get rid of that excuse, that’s what it takes.
Post # 13
The technical fabrics that can provide support in multiple directions, so wuthering the amount of force they have to provide, but without creating.circulation problems, or serious discomfort, and retain those properties over time, are actually that special. Add to that normal brand mark ups, and the design of the garment itself, and you easily arrive at those prices. I don’t wear bras, if course, but I wear underArmour, and similar products for work, and I’ve found that the cheaper alternatives wear out quite quickly. In men’s sports boxers, certain fabrics can be amazing in one pattern, but wear out, and be useless in another. I have paid as much as $25/pair for compression socks. They were well worth it.
Post # 14
I agree. The ones I’m looking at are about $60 (yay for Canadian mark ups!) plus we pay 13% tax. 🙁
However, I’ve started to do more weight training and less cardio, so I think I can get away with just two or three full support sports bras. Still gotta save my pennies though! *sigh*
Post # 15
I wear cheap soft cup underwire bras layered under a size-too-small Old Navy sport bras. It actually works really well, better than any pricey sport bra I’ve ever tried, and I’m a G-cup.
Post # 16
@BrandNewBride: That’s the brand I just bought.. I like it so fat and I happened to get it on sale so that was a plus.
@MoonlitMagnolia: Thanks! I’ll check those out.
@FarleyNish: $9?? Nice!!
@highschoolhoneys: the nike ones I was looking at were twice that much haha
@Spideykiss: that price sounds way better!
@FoxyBride14: I really wanted to get a VS one but I wasn’t looking during the sale so it was like $60 🙁 too bad cuz they are super cute.
@shaka: good point. I just hate it haha but I enjoy running and need to support my boobies ha
@ChicFoodist: so frustrating!
@riley23: Good idea!