Chest Binders Size Chart new
Binder Size Charts (CM)
Binder Size Chart (Inches)
How do I get the right measurements?
You can get your bust measurement by measuring under your armpits over the fullest part of your chest (circumference). The shoulder measurement can be taken from one end of the shoulder (where your shoulder meets your arm) to the other.
To get the most accurate measurements, we recommend wearing close-fitting or no clothing. Taking your measurements over layers of clothing may lead to inaccurate results.
Which binder is best for me?
Chest binders are meant to be tight, like a second skin. You should be able to breathe and move easily without the binder causing any unnecessary discomfort. That being said, we have a wide range of binders to accommodate different needs, preferences, and body types.
If you have a larger chest, we recommend choosing a long binder rather than a sports or basic binder because the extra fabric allows for more compression and gives your chest more room.
If you are between sizes, or have broader shoulders, we recommend choosing the larger size.
Ultimately, the right type of binder depends on your preferences and your lifestyle. Binding safely means choosing the right size. Please do not deliberately choose a smaller size. Getting the binder on will be difficult, and binding too tightly can lead to injury and other health concerns.
Need more help?
If you have any questions about sizing, let us know! We always happy to give you advice on which size and binder is right for you! You can email us firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us here.