You Won't Find a Better Binder for the PriceDonald - Mar 06 2015, 08:28 AM
"I have been through a lot of binders. I have a unique situation. I am rather *ahem* well endowed up top and narrow torso'd. Most binders just don't work for me. The V-Neck Full Length Binder is the first binder that works. It is super comfortable (I can actually breathe) and super flattening. It is as close to custom you are going to get for the price. I am a b+ and it sculpts my chest into a super fit super hero's chest! Not exactly, but I look completely natural and you would never be able to tell I am well endowed. As a another reviewer has mentioned previously, this binder works best for small slender guys. If you are bigger than b+ (and some b+ chests may be at the limit - I have to attach the velcro at the outermost limits of the strip, but it is worth it for me), it's best to go to the Camouflage or Super Camouflage binder. I highly recommend this binder."
The Lexus of binders?Johnny (USA) - Feb 12 2012, 04:51 AM
"I received my binder today, in black. The post office chose to open it, presuming for inspection, and taped it back up entirely. The garment, invoice and care card were still enclosed, all clean and in good condition, so no worries there. I put it on immediately and I cannot believe it. I'm sporting a healthy looking man-chest, bound down from a C-D cup, in utter comfort. The material is silky soft, the closure was easy to do on myself even with a shoulder injury and I feel no discomfort/rubbing/pinching like with compression vests. There is NO 'overspill' under the arms like with most binding solutions. I cannot recommend this binder highly enough. I'm never going back to rough compression vests. Thank you!"
If you are very petite, this works wellChildPrince (USA) - Apr 05 2011, 23:10 PM
"The biggest advantage to this binder is that it is so very hard to find V-neck compression shirts. I recommend this highly but should mention, it definitely is for someone who is very small in stature. I usually take the smallest size binder so this works for me, but just saying it does run small. +"