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I have large breasts and have tried 4 Target sports bras for under $25 to find the best for women with larger breasts

Finding a good sports bra on a budget is not an easy task – especially for ladies with larger breasts.

A YouTuber who normally wears 34-36H shared her Target sports bra shopping spree and gave her candid review of each.

A YouTuber who normally wears 34-36H recently shared her sports bra shopping spree from Target

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A YouTuber who normally wears 34-36H recently shared her sports bra shopping spree from TargetCredit: YouTube/JAYDEN IRL
She tried on four bras, all under $25, and shared her honest review of each

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She tried on four bras, all under $25, and shared her honest review of eachCredit: YouTube/JAYDEN IRL

Jayden modeled four sports bras she got from Target and said she was particularly looking for medium and low impact styles.

“For larger busted girls like me, yes, high intensity sports bras are my saviour, and I love them. But I also don’t want to suffocate all the time. It’s not fun,” she said.

She also focused on budget purchases.

“I know sports bras can be ridiculously expensive and I don’t agree with that,” she said.

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To that end, she tried on a $24 medium-support bra with a “super cute design” that she said had a “pretty good fit.”

“You can see I spilled a bit on the side, but not too much,” she said.

However, she stressed that this style isn’t for strenuous activity: “It’s not for activity when you have big boobs.”

Her second bra, a $16 pickup, was also meant to be medium support, but she described it as “awful.”

“You can see it rolling up at the back,” she said.

However, she did admit it had night stretch and said it might be a good bra to wear when lounging around the house – or when you’re starting a Zoom meeting and don’t want to go completely braless.

She also modeled a $16 low support style that’s no longer available — which isn’t a loss because she said it “didn’t fit at all.”

Target labeled this bra as high-intensity, but she said it was more like medium-intensity

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Target labeled this bra as high-intensity, but she said it was more like medium-intensityCredit: YouTube/JAYDEN IRL

“The band that should be under my breasts — there’s still a couple of breasts down here that aren’t getting support,” she said.

“I wouldn’t buy it as a day bra,” she added. “It’s tight in weird places and has weird support [issues],” she added.

Eventually, she tried on a $24 full-cup high-intensity bra — but found it disappointing that the largest option was a 38DD.

Size currently goes up to 40DD on Target’s website.

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“There’s no way I would say this is a high-intensity sports bra,” she said, adding that the band creeps on and it wouldn’t work well in an actual workout.

But as a medium-intensity bra, that didn’t bother her.

She credited the fit of this $16 sports bra

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She called the fit of this $16 sports bra “awful.”Credit: YouTube/JAYDEN IRL

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Jessica MacLeish

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