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I'm new to this. Do you all wear a tri swim-suit and then change? Or do you wear the one-piece tri-suit? I've looked around at some of the web-sites and it seems there are a lot of choices and combinations. Do the one-piece tri-suits with the shelf bra provide enough support? Not that I need a lot but I sure don't want to be bouncing everywhere. And then there are the ones without a shelf bra. Do you wear a particular bra with them?<br>
Sorry for all the questions. I realize everyone has a personal preference. I just need pointed in the right direction.
Ok. I wear a regular bathing suit when I am training. In a race, I wear a wicking bra, tri top and tri shorts for the whole race.<br><br>
Some people wear a bathing suit then throw bike shorts on. I don't like running in bike shorts and I don't want to waste time pulling on bike shorts. Everyone has a different preference.
I train in a swim suit. The chlorine does a number on them! During the summer I swim in open water in a swim suit.<br><br>
I've done only one sprint tri. I did do several swims to test out possible race day outfits. I wore tri shorts (cycling shorts with minimal padding), sports bra, and short sleeve running shirt.<br><br>
Since then I have gotten a couple tri tops with a shelf bra. Mind you, I have very little on top. I buy my bras in the jr's dept... I wear tri tops as a base layer in the winter and have no jiggle issues.
When I first starting reading this post, I wasn't sure if "NBjunkie" was male or female and I was gonna toss in my two cents. I'm now taking my two Lincolns and surfing elsewhere. <img alt="blush.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/blush.gif">
btw--I have that suit in black and red. I love it!!! It's in very bad shape. Elastic is shot. Lycra is coming apart. Yet, somehow I can't throw it away! Of all of my suits, it fits the best. Or it used to...
thanks for the feedback!<br><br>
anybody swam in a waterpolo suit? I am rather large chested--and would like something to covers my girls---but wondering since there is no shelf bra in it, if it would be enough support to swim in (during the actually tri races, I would be wearing a different outfit--with support). The suit I am swimming in now if just really stretched out---
I wear my enell bra under the tri suit...even if it has a shelf bra.<br>
I've seen plenty of this in tri's...looks like it would slow me down and hurt my back/eyes.<br><br><img alt="tits.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/tits.gif">