What's your favourite


Anonymous
on May 27, 2016 @ 01:29 am

What is your favourite athletic brand - under armour, Nike or adidas? Why?
 


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jujusamples
. on May 27, 2016 @ 01:55 am

Definitely under-armour!
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Anonymous
favourite on May 27, 2016 @ 02:12 am

I don;t have a favourite any more. It used to be Adidas, but now I just buy whatever.
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fly_eyez
Athletic wear on May 27, 2016 @ 12:03 pm

I don't own any yet but I'm thinking of getting some items from Kate Hudson's line - Fabuletics.the brand gets excellent reviews and I love the styles and prints. She expanded to include athuleisure items including dresses and now a swimwear line! Has anyone tried it?
I love Lululemon capri leggings - they are incredibly comfortable and soft and make anyone's butt look good. I like capri leggings and tanks from winner's too. (can't remember the brand but again, the fabric is soft, breathable and comfortable. Under Armour tanks and shirts - they have styles that wick away sweat and their athletic slide sandals (sooooo comfy). Saucony or Ascics running shoes. The fit is just perfect for me - I have really high arches and narrow feet.
The reasons why I pick these brands is typically for the fabric. It's important to have soft, moveable, breathable fabric that wicks away the sweat. Second, I LOVE color and prints. I don't always want to wear black. Yes it's slimming but I want to inject a little bit of fun into workouts and feel good about the fit and style of my workout clothes.
I'm still looking for the perfect sports bra. I need something with a lot of support (I'm 36 DD). I got a nice (and inexpensive) Nicole Miller one from winner's. Nice colors, fit and hold WITHOUT the dreaded uni-boob. Anyone with bigger breath knows what I'm talking about. Usually sports bras that fit us and give good support flatten and give a uni-boob look. Ugh.
Does anyone have recommendations for a good sports bra for bigger breasts? Ones that are pretty and feel good? I do have one from under Armour but it's not sturdy enough to control the bounce. For yoga it's fine but definitely not running or really active sports / activities.
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