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    Mabye I'll get my digital, take a shot of a champion sportsbra and post it for you... of course, you'll still have to use some imagination when it comes to visualizing it on a female diver. :-)))
    "May all your bubbles reach the surface before you do!" http://www.divebuddy.com/Linda

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    Quote Originally Posted by azdiver View Post
    Mabye I'll get my digital, take a shot of a champion sportsbra and post it for you... of course, you'll still have to use some imagination when it comes to visualizing it on a female diver. :-)))
    Awwww you can post a pic....we're all girls here!
    (J/K, I know the men show up here just to lurk)


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    Smile

    busted! No pun intended!

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    I never thought of a sports bra.

    I personally wear the Tankinis. I've found them on fashionbug's website. They seem to do some support for the surface interval and feel comfy under the wetsuit. And you can wear shorts or the regular bottom or...

    Let us know how the sports bra works out...

    The things right in front of your face that you never occur to you...

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    I would assume a sports bra would be the most comfortable. I find the ones that are set up like a bra, with a clasp on the front or side to be a lot more supportive then the tube type. I am medium busted and I do not find the shelf bra or swimsuits comfortable at all. But to each its own.

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    I like tanktinis.... for the simple reason that it's easier to use the head when you're waring a 2 piece! :-))
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    A few years ago, I just started pulling it to the side when I had to use the potty , that's what guys do...

    (I hope that's not TMI )

    Quote Originally Posted by azdiver View Post
    I like tanktinis.... for the simple reason that it's easier to use the head when you're waring a 2 piece! :-))

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhD4JC View Post
    A few years ago, I just started pulling it to the side when I had to use the potty , that's what guys do...

    (I hope that's not TMI )

    Quote Originally Posted by azdiver View Post
    I like tanktinis.... for the simple reason that it's easier to use the head when you're waring a 2 piece! :-))
    It's still easier when you have a tanktini....
    especially if the boat's a rockin! :-)
    "May all your bubbles reach the surface before you do!" http://www.divebuddy.com/Linda

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    I wear the Enell sports bra. I wear an H or I cup, so I need loads of support. Enell looks like armour but it will hold everything in place without so much as a single bounce.

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