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Any recommended brands for sports bras, gaffs, and tights? I'm looking for easy to hide stuff.

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This brand and style work best for me and is my favorite. Of course, I’m using it to work out in (when the YMCA is open) but it still might work for you too as an “easy to hide” bra.  It has a T-back so you won’t be fiddling with the straps. The material is the adidas Climalite which helps with wicking sweat. It has removable pads so you can conceal it under clothing more easily by removing them. They run between $25-30 which is not bad for a nice quality bra.

 

Search....adidas All Me 3-Stripes Sports Bra

 

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Susan this are cutie . Hey P.C I kinda of wear the same work-out bra as Susan but my are made bye so Chinese on amazing and they come in diff colors. I paid 26 bucks for six but their no way near the quality of Susan's Addis bra's 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gorgeous bra!  I might have to get one.  Where do you buy it? Adidas.com?

 

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On 5/4/2020 at 5:48 AM, lauraincolumbia said:

Gorgeous bra!  I might have to get one.  Where do you buy it? Adidas.com?

 

Amazon has them

 

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