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Boob Armour protecting women in sport



Ever heard of Boob Armour? Maybe you haven’t, but their product is taking the sporting world by storm.

The aim is to protect women’s breasts, preventing injury to females playing impact and hard-ball sports.

Founder and Director Suzie Betts recently appeared on Ticker News to detail why – and how – the idea for the product came about.

“Research shows that impact to the breasts can result in deep bruising,” Betts states. “This can form hard lumps in the breast tissue.

“This all came about after a personal matter in 2018, when I found lumps.”

“After speaking with my children, who also play sports, I came up with the idea.”

Betts also contends there has been an underestimation of the issue.

“People are really unaware of it,” she argues. “There isn’t a lot of knowledge to ask about this.

“Trainers are more concerned about a shoulder, knee or elbow, but not their boobs.”

“It really has been a forgotten market.”

The founder also revealed she needs to show medical evidence as to why the product is so important to females playing sport.

“Being a women, it has been hard to get that message across, and I’ve had to show them the evidence.”

For more information, or to purchase the product, head to the Boob Armour website.

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