The Best Sports Bras for DD and Beyond

Have we mentioned lately how much we love our community? It's where we get the opportunity to connect with you and you with one another. A Facebook post spurred this roundup of the best running bras for the well-endowed. A simple question-for-a-friend had a lot of you offering up advice and favorite products, and it makes us smile to see you helping each other out. Hence, the most-recommended sports bras for DD and larger that will best serve any large-busted runners out there looking for support (or as we call it, a good boulder holder).

313bb8e4-a690-4784-8aec-885d52df7fa0Moving Comfort Juno got rave reviews.


pDSP1-15930204p275wPanache is a solid option for larger sizes and high impact.


r610487-p742688-frontFreya Sonic Sports Bra offers a huge assortment of sizes.


Screen Shot 2016-07-31 at 11.08.20 PMEnell has a customized sizing system that ranges 32C to 52G.


Screen Shot 2016-07-31 at 11.16.16 PMWacoal Sport Underwire Bra goes to cup size H.


Screen Shot 2016-07-31 at 11.20.29 PMGlamourize Cami Sports Bra seems to be a hidden gem.


Screen Shot 2016-07-31 at 11.25.46 PMThe LYNX bra line (three options) was designed by a larger breasted athlete for major support an control.

Tell us your favorite below!

16 responses to “The Best Sports Bras for DD and Beyond

  1. The Panache is my new favorite for medium impact. I love that it can be racer back! I wear it all the time for golf and to the gym. The Glamourise double layer that Kim linked is good too.

    For running, the only way to go is the ugly but supportive Enell. Please Enell if you read AMR, please can not be so shiny? or have big seams that show through shirts? or cover my whole back? It is not tank friendly and not summer friendly either. So much material. But it is unbounceable. I’ll give it that.

  2. I love the moving comfort bra! I used to have another brand and once I put on the going comfort I finally understood what it means to run in a real running bra that provides support. Love the post by the way.

  3. I love lululemon’s tata tamer. I wear a 34DD and it works awesome for running and all my other high impact workouts. I also sometimes rock the panache too. But I hate how the top clip that makes it more of a racetrack then a normal bra, will undo itself while I’m doing push-ups and my ponytail catches on it. I don’t have those problems with the tata tamer.

  4. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for this post!!! I wear a (very) large cup and have been wearing the Freya for a few years. But when I run longer distances (beyond 8 miles or so) it chafes my back. I’m really looking forward to trying one of these other options. Thanks, again!!

  5. I usually wear the Moving Comfort Jubra Lee. I wish the Juno was better stocked. I have yet to see it offered in my size! Looks like I will have to check out some of these others.

  6. last week I decided that my running bra from now one will be the Lynx it’s amazing that something that is so soft and has no underwire keeps me from moving while I run

  7. I havent tried any of these except moving comfort juno now brooks running juno and i would have no need. My dd girls stay put.

  8. I have found that Oiselle and the Victoria Secret high impact zip front with hidden underwire cups are the most comfortable and supportive for my 34DD chest. I am also chafe free in both of those, which I have not been in anything else.

  9. The Glamourise and the Moving Comfort ones are my go-tos. The Walcoal underwire, though I have them, sadly, no. Just, no. I don’t like my girls bouncing out the top, and that’s what happens if I wear it while running. (Its fine for weightlifting, biking, etc. Just not running or yoga. Because upside down.)

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