I don't think I've ever called a binder "comfy" before. This has become my go-to lounging binder, worn with cotton side facing in. I love it.
It's not the absolute most flattifying binder there is, but the comfort to flatness ratio is amazing.
My mother bought this for me shortly after I came out. Unfortunately I'm in between sizes right now, a 2x would be too small for my ribs and the 3x doesn't bind as well as I like. I really do like it though! It flattens my DDs a couple inches, which is all I need to feel a little less dysphoric. It does ride a bit up throughout the day, but I imagine you could come up with a strap to keep it from riding up. I would definitely reccomend these binders, and I'd love to try another style.
I've been wanting to try a binder for a while, but wasn't sure how good it would be for a 36F chest. I'm happy to report that while it doesn't flatten them out entirely, it does a great job at holding them down and smoothing down my torso. I have a better centre of balance and feel so much more comfortable doing day-to-day things - not just because I don't feel my chest bounce, but from the confidence of feeling more at home in my body. Bonus: it doesn't put weight on the shoulders so I've been feeling a lot less neck and back pain since wearing it.
A note on size/style: I went with the Underworks Cotton instead of the Trip-Top for comfort reasons, and can agree with the other reviews that it probably fits a little big (I got a large), but the comfort is exactly what I was hoping for. No constriction of breathing and the material is super soft. I'll definitely try the Tri-Top as soon as I can afford a second one, but for now I'm more than satisfied. Absolutely recommend. Wish I'd done this years ago.
First time binder. Came fast and discreet. Works well. Cheers.
I bought this binder as a replacement for another I bought from a competing brand (we all know the one). I ordered a size up, just to be safe, and while it is slightly big (unsurprisingly), it still bends quite well.
I have to push my breasts up in my other binder, in order for it to flatten my chest, but this one I have to let them lay where they want to. If I don’t, and I push them up, the bump is more prominent. Weird, but that means I have to spend less time getting my chest to look how I want it to.