Binders for the exceptionally busty?

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Binders for the exceptionally busty?

meezerosity meezerosity
Does anyone have recommendations for binders for busty folk? I'm a questioning genderqueer and would like to try out binding and packing for the first time. Problem is I'm plus sized and busty, I wear a 38DDD bra. I need a heavy duty binder. I've looked at T-Kingdom and Underworks. T-kingdom seems like they have one that would hold me relatively flat but I've read some bad reviews on the durability and I don't know if I will fit in to their sizes. Underworks doesn't seem like they're going to bind me enough but I'd love some testimonials. Help?
05/11/2012
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Chirple Chirple
Underworks is the only brand I trust for larger chests.

T-Kingdom is good for smaller chests. Underworks is the workhorse of the binder world. I've seen many "before and after" up to H-cup compression and many in-between.

I would say, though, that the tri-top is the only one worth anything, though.
05/11/2012
Youssii Youssii
Underworks is by far the best.

Whether you'll prefer the tri-top or the double front is more to do with your figure, though. I'm a 36DD, and I found that my belly didn't extend far enough to make the double front look like it was working, and I now live inside my tri-top; cheap(ish), durable, strong, flat and killing my back (not as much as my double front, but ye know...).
05/11/2012
meezerosity meezerosity
Quote:
Originally posted by Chirple
Underworks is the only brand I trust for larger chests.

T-Kingdom is good for smaller chests. Underworks is the workhorse of the binder world. I've seen many "before and after" up to H-cup compression and many ...
Thanks! I've decided to go with Underworks.
05/11/2012
meezerosity meezerosity
Quote:
Originally posted by Youssii
Underworks is by far the best.

Whether you'll prefer the tri-top or the double front is more to do with your figure, though. I'm a 36DD, and I found that my belly didn't extend far enough to make the double front look like it was ...
Thank you! The tri-top looks like it will squish my gut out of the bottom so I'm going with the longer double front.
05/11/2012
Chirple Chirple
Quote:
Originally posted by meezerosity
Thank you! The tri-top looks like it will squish my gut out of the bottom so I'm going with the longer double front.
I would warn you against this - many find it uncomfortable and it rolls up from the hips. It's also a not very breathable material and it will cook you alive.

You can always cut the tri-top shorter - but I've seen it used by very large people without an issue.

Also, the double-front has a serious reduction in ability to bind and I couldn't recommend it to anyone with a larger chest, I've heard many people dissatisfied with its ability to bind larger chests and the length really isn't a benefit.

If you get the double, you might have luck by taking the bottom and bringing it up to the neckline and sewing or pinning it there - giving you great relief from the heat and better compression - some have said this was enough to make up for it being weaker (but that person also said they would not buy it again).
05/13/2012
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