Body Protectors for girls with large breasts

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Body Protectors for girls with large breasts

Postby millayhay » Mon May 20, 2013 9:31 am

Ive designed a body protector that's fitted and well ..less ugly than ones on the market. It also accounts for girls with bigger boobs, its made according to bra size... as body protectors now are usually flat chested. Before I can get it out on the market I could do with some expletive.. would anyone buy one if it was an option?

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Re: Body Protectors for girls with large breasts

Postby CookieComeTrue » Wed May 22, 2013 8:54 pm

Personally I stick to brands I know. If it was approved, safe, comfortable and fitted me I probably would though.

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Re: Body Protectors for girls with large breasts

Postby millayhay » Thu May 23, 2013 3:48 pm

Its got a long way to go yet but thats the aim

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Re: Body Protectors for girls with large breasts

Postby Fuzzfo » Thu Jan 22, 2015 8:36 pm

I've actually just purchased a body protector as have recently started riding again after a 5 year break so needed a bigger one! I usually struggle with sizes as i have a large bust for my size! So I would go for a product that specialises in this.

The one i have just purchased - harry hall ladies hi flex - i had to get an XL because of my bust, however the shoulder straps are a bit too loose and aren't flat against my shoulders - the neckline comes away quite a bit. However the material states it moulds against your body to fit, so after i've worn it a few times will it fit a bit better do you think?
Not sure whether to keep it or send it back because of this....


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