Underworks Tri-top Chest Binder 983- Floyd, Black

Underworks Tri-top Chest Binder 983- Floyd, Black

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Underworks Tri-top Chest Binder 983- Floyd, Black

The Underworks Tri-top Chest Binder has three powerful layers of medical industry grade 70% nylon and 30% spandex throughout the front, and a single back layer, providing maximum comfortable chest binding. Fifteen inches in length-- does not cover the lower belly area. Undetectable under clothing. Made in the U.S.A.

Style number 983. We have decided to give names to the different Underworks binders here in our store to help our customers tell them apart. We call style 983 "Floyd."

Black. Comes in 7 sizes: XS thru 3XL. Sizing, care, and measurement recommendations below.

How to measure
First, take a snug measurement under the breast line with a tape measure-- lift your breast tissue up and place tape underneath if necessary (this is a measurement of your rib cage). Next, take another measurement over the fullest part of your chest. You might want to wear a sports bra when you do this. Again not too tight but not too loose. Take the average of these two measurements and apply the result to the sizing recommendation provided below.

Between sizes? Unless you've already tried an Underworks binder and know your size, probably opting for the larger size will be better-- you want to be able to put the binder on and breathe!

Each Underworks item has a different scale based on the elasticity of the fabric used and the cut of the garment, so please pay attention to the sizing scale for each style.

XS: 28" to 30"
Small: 31" to 33"
Medium: 34" to 36"
Large: 37" to 40"
XL: 41" to 44"
2XL: 45" to 48"
3XL: 49" to 52"

Care For Your Binder: Hand wash or machine wash your binders ONLY in cold water. Use gentle cycle when machine washing. DO NOT iron. Do not place the garment near any kind of heat source. DO NOT use any kind of bleach. Drip dry or flat dry, DO NOT place your binder in the dryer.

How To Put On Your Binder: Tank top style binders are slipped on just like a pullover or a t-shirt. In some cases, depending on your body type, if a binder is too difficult to get on this way, simply step into the garment and pull it up.

Packing harnesses are straps or specially-made undergarments that are designed to make wearing a soft packer more comfortable and secure.  A packing harness can be as simple as a sewn piece of elastic, or as complicated as multi-pocket, high-tech fabric underwear designed to allow for simple packing, STP (Stand-To-Pee) packers, or pack-and-play options.

What to look for when choosing a packing harness
Here are a few points to consider when choosing a packing harness:

1. Will I be using a STP-packer or non-STP packer?
If you are using a Stand-To-Pee (STP) packer, keep in mind that you'll have to be able to access the funnel or other area where you pee into the packer. Choose a packing solution that gives you easy access to use your STP in a comfortable manner, and also allows you to wear it comfortably throughout the day.

2. Will I be wearing the harness inside my own underwear, or do I want packing underwear with a pouch or rings already built in?
Some harnesses are designed to be minimal, like jock straps or pouches that you can pin or velcro inside any underwear. Other solutions are "regular" underwear with secure packing systems built in. Size and styling may limit your choices for packing underwear. (If you can sew, you can add pouches to your own underwear at home!)

3. How delicate is my soft packer?
Some brands of soft packers are more delicate than others, especially where the shaft of the packer meets the balls. Some users wear habits or clothing choices also may cause tearing or other problems. If your packer is prone to tearing, you might want to choose a packing solution that keeps your packer fully enclosed inside a pocket, rather than letting the shaft hang free through an opening in the harness. This puts less strain on the packer, and should extend its life.

4. How active do I plan to be?
Finding a secure packing solution is important for not only avoiding damage, but also so that you don't lose your packer accidentally during activities such as contact sports, running, or swimming. Some people use different packing solutions for sports than they do for everyday packing.

5. How much contact do I want between the packer and my skin?
Depending on the material your packer is made of, direct skin contact may prove to be hot, uncomfortable, or irritating during everyday wear. Some harnesses and packing underwear keep a layer of fabric between you and the packer, which can help if you are prone to irritation.

To download a .pdf copy of these instructions and a catalog of our packing harnesses click here.