We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- medical industry grade 70% nylon and 30% spandex
- Sizes - Measure Chest: X-small 28-30 / Small 31-33 / Medium 34-36 / Large 37-40 / X-large 41-44 / 2x 45-48 / 3x 49-52
- Powerful Chest Binding
- Made in the USA
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
Three powerful layers of medical industry grade 70% nylon and 30% spandex throughout the front, and a single back layer, provide maximum comfortable chest binding. Mid-tummy length. Tested and effective in full binding and for sporting related binding and protection. Step into garment and pull up and feel the confidence. No more bouncing, no more bulge. Made in the U.S.A.
Top Customer Reviews
I am a FTM and considered purchasing this as part of my transition. A lot of places online refer back to Underworks' binders, especially this particular one which I then decided getting. I am about 33,4'' and got the small one which was a real trouble getting on. But once it's on it compresses nicely. Don't give up and think you need a bigger size just because you struggle first; find some helpful videos online and give it a go. You might need to pull it up from stepping into it or, if your hips are too wide like mine, slip it over your head (watch out - you don't want to dislocate your shoulders struggling! Take your time).
It's easy to breathe in and gives some nice looking pecs. For me it ends just above my stomach and doesn't press down on it; it's comfortable sitting, walking and talking in. A great buy!
The quality of all Underworks binders I have tried is really good, and the compression makes my 34C chest almost completely flat. (I bought size small.)
Generally, the fit is very comfortable - it is easy to forget you are wearing one. However, at first the binder material would irritate the skin under my arms a little. As it was not hot, I wore a vest underneath the binder and allowed the vest material to poke out from the binder under the arms, to protect this area from irritation. Once the binder was worn in and washed a few times this problem disappeared.
I experience absolutely no breathing difficulties due to these binders. I exercise hard in them and have never had any problems.
I always handwash my binders, so cannot say how well they hold up in a washing machine. However, I would expect they can handle it on low temperatures as they are very well made. I have been alternating two tri-tops for over a year and they have only just started to show signs of wear, and even now the compression is still very good.
The only complaint I have is that the low part of the neck and the bottom of the binder can sometimes protrude outwards and become visible under t-shirts. I wear fairly loose clothes so don't find this particularly problematic, but for someone who prefers tighter clothing this may be an issue. Leaning backwards or stretching upwards in particular can make the bottom line of the binder very visible.Read more ›
The material is a fine mesh that is fairly breathable but it can get very hot.
The tri-top is more comfortable than the double front due to the lack of stomach compression, and certainly outperforms it in terms of binding ability - I have to double over or even "triple over" my double front to get this flat.
I recommend this binder for people with a C cup and above - those with smaller chests may find the double front suits them better, but for my chest (~38DD) I need the extra strength to ah, pull things in.
As with any new binder, the first few days it feels difficult to breathe, until it stretches out a little and you get used to the extra pressure - it should not be dangerously so, however - it should be possible to get in a decent breath, and if not you might need a size up.
The tri-top is suitable for wearing whilst exercising provided that it is of the correct size, but you will find yourself getting out of breath slightly faster.
This binder is much safer than ace bandage alternatives as it does not tighten or constrict as you move or breathe. That being said, binding can still cause/correlates to health problems, and you should avoid wearing it for extended periods - I try not to bind for more than 6-8 hours, and never more than 10. It is also good to take "time off" from binding if you can.Read more ›
Once I had got it on it was bunched and rolled up uncomfortably around the top of my back, under my arms and collar bone. At this point in getting it on I recommend you take your time getting it straightened out. Unroll the front as well as you can, then pull up at the back of the neck to unroll at the back, and unroll and pull down under the armpits. Alternate between these movements a little at a time until you can reach the back from the bottom and unfurl it properly.
Once I had got it on it was so comfortable! No straps or underwires to rub or dig in, no cups to migrate out of over the day. :) It hasn't made my chest flat, it never was going to at the size I am, but the shape is now a much more manageable 'front bumper' rather that two 'forward torpedoes with a massive amount of room between'. My clothes now do not strain across the chest and today I feel more confident than I have in a long time!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The sizing chart is spot on. I probably should have got the XL instead of risking the L but after a struggle to get it on the first time it's perfect. Read morePublished 2 days ago by MxSam
Bought for FTM chest binding, which I do not believe it was designed for. I'd be about a 36C if I wore a bra, and this smooths things out a bit, but not enough to give me a flat... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Victor Smith
This binder worked well until washed, comes up high at the neck line and folds when I lean forward creating a ridge that pushes my t shirt forward at the neck line. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
I'm a 28-30KK, so I'm a very busty person, and this all but made them vanish. I was impressed. Read more
I've had this for over a week now and have worn it everyday, washing it in the washing machine and air drying it (although label says you can tumble dry). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sappho