Pretty soon, I'll be doing a bra review.
I'll be reviewing this one -->
It is the Lila C/D in "Ocean".
I <3 Moving Comfort. As the plus-sized endurance athlete, I have to say that everything I've ever bought from them has been very comfortable. Their compression running shorts are the bomb.
A pullover-type bra can be cumbersome if you change it in transition, because you're all wet and/or sweaty, and it rolls up, but I don't change it. Since pullover types feel better to me, I aim for one I can wear all day: swim, bike, run or crazy 10-hour trail ultra. They are, paradoxically, cheaper than a tri top in a lot of venues.
I need something that is heavy-duty since I am now apparently carb-loading with my new favorite carb-loading food,
Pasta. In a bread bowl.
I had decided that I wanted to make a goal of doing Ironman Utah in a 2-piece set without embarassing myself. But then, I thought, screw. it. If someone doesn't like the way I look, then look away. Buffalo Springs Lake 70.3 and the Redman full iron-distance will be H-O-T. Being cool and comfortable trumps "slimming" every time.
Soooooo, I had picked a pretty bra that could be worn as a top, with a racer back and that looked like the front cleavage would hold a handfull of ice.
I was a day or two away from hitting the PAY button last week when...
Moving comfort sent me an email asking me would you like to have one of our bras and write a review about it?
I was like, really? Hmm. um...uh...well...let's see...HELL YES, I'LL TAKE YOUR FREE STUFF!
(especially since I was getting ready to buy one anyway)
Stay tuned for more on this topic.
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