This binder falls to the middle of your chest and are very comfortable. The back is stretchy while the front is lined with a no-stretch panel to flatten your chest. The outside material is 86% poly, 14% spandex and the inside is 100% poly. Designed by New York Toy Collective, a small queer-owned company.
PLEASE NOTE: Folks have found that these run a little big so if you are on the low end of the size range you might want to order down a size. See photos for measuring instructions. Available in White in the following chest sizes.
• XSmall - 32-33"
• Small - 34-35"
• Medium - 36-37"
• Large - 38-40"
• XL - 41-43"
• XXL - 44-46"
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Notes On Binders:
Please note that like all our products, we cannot accept returns on this item unless it is defective, so please see photos on how to measure very carefully and if you fall between two sizes, we suggest you order one size down.
These measurement guides are created by the manufacturer. Depending on differences in build (shoulder width, ribcage shape, chest size, etc), the measured size might not be the best fit for what you're looking for. All binders will be tight, and will likely require a little practice to get the hang of getting them on and off smoothly. If you have any questions or concerns about the fit of your binder, please contact us prior to placing your order.
|Material:||The outside material is 86% poly 14% spandex and the inside is 100% poly.|
|Care:||Wash with delicates and hang or dry flat. Do not put in the dryer.|
I bought my first binder a few months ago and I've been happy with it so far! Thank you for being so welcoming and helpful with sizing questions. The front panel of the binder is made of stiff compressive material, while the back is stretchy so I can still breathe. It's relatively comfortable for a binder, and it feels well-made.
The bottom hem of the binder has no elastic and kind of just sticks out in the front. This extra fabric gets bunched up sometimes and can be visible under more fitted shirts. I would definitely recommend sizing down if you're unsure or between 2 sizes, because the fit runs bigger.
I bought this binder after a very bad underworks one and was let down once again by the sizing chart. My chest is 42 inches. I have a pretty large C cup chest am about 160 ponds and am 5’8”. You would think I would had learned my lesson and bought a medium or something. I Wear a large in GC2B binder and it has worked flawlessly over a year but I’m supposed to be a 2XL. For the quality of binder I think the fabric is better then Gc2b. It feels nice and I think it would allow for quite a bit of flexibility. The paneling is 100% polyester and the rest Is 86% polyester and 14% spandex. It came with two cards one stating trans is beautiful on one side and recourses for trans people on the other. The second card was a beautiful care sheet. The package itself was not opened but the bag binder came in seemed to already be opened. I don’t really mind though I’m going to try to return it for a smaller size.
This is one of the most comfortable binders I've ever worn, I think because of the fact that they run a bit big. I'm 5'6, 130lbs, and have an athletic to average build. My chest + bust measurements added together then divided by 2 comes out to 32", which puts me at the low end of their XS size range. Accordingly, I ordered an XS. While it is extremely comfortable, I do notice that it doesn't get me quite as flat as my GC2B. Since I'm pretty small chested anyway this doesn't really matter to me. I find myself wearing this binder instead of my GC2B almost every day, because of how comfortable it is! If you're any smaller than me though, I don't know how well these will work for you, as they're barely small enough for me.
The biggest con I've noted with this binder is that the stitching/hemming/seam quality is a bit shoddy. Many of the seams are poorly aligned and the fabric is cut crookedly and fraying. Some parts of the stiff insert totally missed the hem line and just didn't get sewn at all. For $35, I expected better.