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    #21
    Originally posted by trubandloki View Post
    There is a Lady version of Anti Monkey Butt powder.

    TheJenners I love your saddle pad!
    Custom donkey pad! If you ever want cute schooling pads, lemme know, I got the hook up - if you can dream a pattern or trim or bead color combo, she can find it! She makes ALL my pads now, literally (I don't show hunters but she could make a custom fitted pad too).
    COTH's official mini-donk enabler

    "I am all for reaching out, but in some situations it needs to be done with a rolled up news paper." Alagirl

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      #22
      Originally posted by TheJenners View Post

      Custom donkey pad! If you ever want cute schooling pads, lemme know, I got the hook up - if you can dream a pattern or trim or bead color combo, she can find it! She makes ALL my pads now, literally (I don't show hunters but she could make a custom fitted pad too).
      OH, this sounds very dangerous!

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        #23
        I use anti monkey butt before riding copiously all over my butt (get up in there!) and after riding I bring a loose tank top and men's boxers to change into for the drive home. I towel dry, spread more powder, change into dry clothes.
        "Punch him in the wiener. Then leave." AffirmedHope

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          #24
          Originally posted by Rumorhasit93 View Post
          Don’t hate me, but I’m a Washingtonian (okay, you probably don’t hate me in the winter), so I can’t relate to these problems, BUT I have a sports bra recommendation!

          I am obsessed with the lululemon sports bras with the zipper front. I have lived/ridden in LA/ SoCal for years and these are quick drying and you seriously feel naked wearing one. I’m a solid C cup and it provides stability and seamless-ness. You can get them on sale all the time online, you just have to know your size as sale is non-returnable.

          this is my favorite:

          https://shop.lululemon.com/p/women-s...26?color=34464

          it’s expensive, but occasionally certain colors will go on sale for $60ish. It’s worth every penny, I promise!
          I am a DDD and this is the only bra I can ride in! It holds everything in place! I also live in the desert and find that it does a pretty good job helping to keep me cool (no boob sweat marks at least!) It also goes on sale pretty often and its 10/10 worth it!

          On the bottom I usually wear the Nike Pro compression shorts instead of traditional underwear- I find them more comfortable for athletic activities, and they are moisture wicking so with my Kerrits Ice Fil Breeches I’m actually usually pretty cool even when its creeping up to over 100 degrees out!

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            #25
            I wish I could wear compression shorts or what my SO calls Crossfit shorts.... but my thighs are too big and they roll right up into my bikini area and that creates a whole other set of very serious problems
            COTH's official mini-donk enabler

            "I am all for reaching out, but in some situations it needs to be done with a rolled up news paper." Alagirl

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              #26
              Originally posted by TheJenners View Post
              I wish I could wear compression shorts or what my SO calls Crossfit shorts.... but my thighs are too big and they roll right up into my bikini area and that creates a whole other set of very serious problems
              Get the longer ones! I love the under armor style. Even though it adds a layer I feel cooler and no chafing under dresses wearing their heat gear ones.

              Off to try Buck Naked and Knix undies, I hate swamp butt!
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                #27
                Which ones are the longer ones you mention? I have some UA ones that are mmmm 2.5 inches or so, and under compression running shorts they will stay but anything else is a no go.
                COTH's official mini-donk enabler

                "I am all for reaching out, but in some situations it needs to be done with a rolled up news paper." Alagirl

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                  #28
                  Originally posted by TheJenners View Post
                  Which ones are the longer ones you mention? I have some UA ones that are mmmm 2.5 inches or so, and under compression running shorts they will stay but anything else is a no go.
                  Mine are at least 15+ years old now but I think they have the 8 inch inseam. The shorter ones just roll up on me! They don’t look that long on me unless I really pull the bottom hem down. They generally don’t show below normal shorts. I wore them under my Air Force PT shorts because fitness tests would give my partner a real eyeful during the sit-up portion and they also helped with chafing.
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                  Roxy 2001 APHA, Al Amir 2005 OTTB,
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