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The Best Sports Bras for Big Boobs

When it comes to exercise complaints (and there are quite a few), an ill-fitting sports bra is high on the list. Finding any style that’s really, truly supportive is tough enough, but add in a large bust and…forget it. But wait! Before you lose all hope and reluctantly accept a life of low-impact workouts, try one of these seven styles that will hold everything in—seriously.

 

 

The Best of the Best

The bra that changed one PureWow editor’s life (or at least her gym-going experience). (Moving Comfort Juno bra, $60; brooksrunning.com)

The Best for Athletes


Built specifically for DD cups, this sleek style keeps you all zipped up. (Under Armour Protegée bra, $50; underarmour.com

The Most Flattering


Molded cups ward off the dreaded uni-boob. That, and a super-cute pink Dalmatian print never hurts. (Nike Pro Rival bra, $70, nike.com)

The Best for Multitasking


What you can see: A cute crossed back. What you can't see: A secret pocket under the right arm that's perfect for keys and going hands-free. (Lole Luma Bra, $55, lolewomen.com)

The Most Customizable


Adjustable straps make for a tailored-to-you fit that ensures your perfect amount of coverage and support. (Reebok High-Impacted Molded Cup Sports Bra, $48, disckssportinggoods.com)

The Best Plus-Size


Available in sizes up to 40GG, this exceptionally comfortable style contains curves without being too compression-y. (Panache Underwire Sports Bra, $68, nordstrom.com)

The Best Price


This style from Kate Hudson’s new activewear line is as cute as it is affordable. (Fabletics Sintra Bra, $15, fabletics.com)

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This article originally appeared on PureWow.

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