Binder Comfort

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Binder Comfort

lukas24 lukas24
Does anyone here do anything to make the Underworks binder more comfortable, around the seams, especially the underarm area. I've tried a few things but somedays it still hurts like crazy
03/15/2012
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eroticmutt eroticmutt
How long have you been wearing it? I believe mine is Underworks as well (they ship from Canada I think?) and initially it really hurt me, but now I've gotten used to it. I still get that line about an inch under my armpit, where it's like a red mark but it no longer causes me pain usually.
03/15/2012
xxjoel xxjoel
Mine is actually pretty comfortable to me... maybe you need a bigger size if it's really digging in.
03/15/2012
TheParrishism TheParrishism
You might want to try it in a larger size. Some of my old ones is stretched out, but by that point, it isn't doing the binding job anymore.
03/15/2012
Sam I Am Sam I Am
You could try wearing an undershirt under the binder.
03/20/2012
eroge eroge
Quote:
Originally posted by lukas24
Does anyone here do anything to make the Underworks binder more comfortable, around the seams, especially the underarm area. I've tried a few things but somedays it still hurts like crazy
try the next size up, if it's cutting into you something's amiss.
03/20/2012
Rab Rab
mine never really cut into me, but I think I got a size too big :/
03/20/2012
jesseftm jesseftm
Yea mine are usually pretty comfortable. Also the more you wear it, it will sort of wear in and be more comfortable. I do have a new Tri Top that I don't wear because it digs into me, but the Ultimate Chest something or another I have (basically the tri top with a tank top over it) feels great.
03/20/2012
Caulfield Caulfield
Quote:
Originally posted by lukas24
Does anyone here do anything to make the Underworks binder more comfortable, around the seams, especially the underarm area. I've tried a few things but somedays it still hurts like crazy
If it's cutting into you, it's probably too small.
03/20/2012
Chirple Chirple
If it's not uncomfortable in the chest, I'd suggest lowering the armpits or adding a gore to widen it right there.

If you suspect it's too small all-over, you might try a size up - they're very good about exchanges.
03/20/2012
lukas24 lukas24
I'm between izes, so mybe I'll try the next size up...ugh, money...
03/21/2012
butts butts
If it hurts, it's too small. If the seams are rubbing you raw, try buying iron-on seam repair strips to cover them up, you can get them for a buck or two at any craft/fabric store, Walmart might even carry them.

If it's slightly too small, instead of buying a new one, you could always cut the back and add an inch of fabric, all that takes is a piece of canvas, a needle and thread!
03/21/2012
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