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Review : KAOS Komfort RFI Support (Sports) Bra
Written By : Goody Girl77

KAOS Komfort Sports BraRecently I was fortunate enough to be offered a KAOS Komfort Sports Bra to trial during my weight training and cardio sessions. I must admit that in the past, I have not been a big fan of sports bras. Ones I have previously worn have either felt thin and not offered enough support, or have squashed my breasts so much I have felt uncomfortable and unfeminine.
I was pleasantly surprised by the Kaos Sports Bra. Not only did it look good on, I still felt feminine wearing it. It offered great elasticity, strong straps, covered my breasts well and felt extremely comfortable. There was no irritation from seams and stitching and I didn’t feel compelled to adjust the bra during my workouts. I also loved the fact that I was not self conscious about bending over and exposing ‘the girls‘. That was a bonus!
I think proper breast care during training is often overlooked. It is an important issue and I’m confident after trialling the Kaos Sports Bra, that you’ll also be very happy and comfortable wearing it.
It is a quality product selling for an affordable price and well designed with athletic women in mind.

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Written By Goody Girl77
GoodyGirl77 is a mother of two, a life-long supporter of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and perhaps the most dedicated lifter you'll ever meet. Take a look at her training log and you'll see what I mean.
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