Sloggi zero feel vs normal bras

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  1. May 14, 2018 #1

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    I bought my SO a https://www.sloggi.com/zero-feel/ . She is 38D so not really large by the standards here. She feels this kind of sports bra would not hold her breasts adequately her being a CPR instructor so she spends a good deal of her instruction in a position that can be revealing. She also said that she feels her breasts are compressed.

    If any similar sized ladies are reading it and have used both a normal bra and a similar kind of brassier I would like to read their comments.

    Thanks in advance
     
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    I agree with her it looks like a sports bra with little support.
    Sports bras just mash your bewbs more than anything.
     
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    Thanks Tracii. She kept the large sized and didn't bother to try the medium. We will see how often she would wear it.
     
  4. May 21, 2018 #4

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    As someone who is also a 38D - I agree with your girlfriend. I have one too - and wear it only for garden work, when I just want to keep things out of the way. They indeed only squeeze and do not support - better are sports-bras made from very firm material with a strip of fabric sewn in that works like an underwire bra.
     

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