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I also have the Icebreaker Sprite bra, which runs a bit large and isn't really supportive enough for running. Nice for cycling, xc ski, hiking, whatever else though. I have the matching hot pants as well, but they annoy me a bit since the waistband is much tighter than the rest of the cut warrants.
I do have a pair of Ibex's Balance boy shorts (I'm actually wearing them right now - keeps my bum warm in the cold car on the way to work and I'll wear them under running pants when I get home) and the material is wonderful. I wouldn't hesitate to buy their Balance bra based on them.
ill advised racing inc.
I would like to be sponsored by a wool clothing company.
maybe she's born with it, maybe it's chlorine
If you're injured and need some sympathy, PM me and I'm very happy to write back.
disclaimer: PhD not MD
I get the shakes so bad after races sometimes because my bra is too wet so hopefully this will help. I also tend to have some pretty serious funk especially from my bras so I'm also excited to possibly not stink so much. My husband is equally excited as he's the one who does the laundry.
The other disappointing thing was it does not provide coverage for me... you can still see... things. Two things. And I wasn't even cold.
It was also hard to put on. I read that these are easier to put on than other sports bras due to the stretch. Maybe my shoulders are too big? As I took it off I could hear it ripping a bit. But it's not too small because I don't have any back fat bulge.
I bought six of these and can still return the other five. I'll see how it goes on the next outdoor session.