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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band86.4
Band Length61.0
Stretch ratio1.4
Bust perimeter96.5
Cup width22.2
Cup depth33.0
Depth ratio1.5
Cup height20.3
Cup separation0.0
Gore height15.0
Wing height13.2
Strap width3.2
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Very short-waisted, center full, close set, somewhat narrow, immediately projected, shallow apex projection,...

This band does not provide the support that the XS-Busty Organic Cotton (XSBOC) bra band does. Not only is the band length shorter, but also the band elastic is more stretchy and thinner than the XSBOC I had been wearing. This thinner elastic simplifies the on/off process which was difficult when the bra was damp. Phew. However, the thinner elastic, somehow, flips upward while I sleep. Because I carry all my weight in my hips and have no tummy, the mechanism that causes the band to flip while laying horizontal is....unknown to me. The older, XSBOC band has never flipped. Perhaps the material selection has changed. Personally, I prefer the more robust, substantial, non-flipping elastic on the older model. Alas, it is tolerable for this level of comfort. Going forward, I will send feedback to the designer.

However, I was too compressed in the XSBOC, and the manufacturer does not offer an XS-XtraBusty in my beloved Organic Cotton model. I have requested this size, but according to the manufacturer I am the only request." alt=":-(" /> Help! Until there is an XS-XtraBusty, I'll wear the Small-Busty French Terry Scoopback.

I prefer the support of the double layer, XSBOC model, but as previously mentioned I need a size they do not yet offer. French Terry is softer and lighter weight which will be preferable to some. The cotton bra is very soft, too, but stronger and more finely knitted. Both bras are amazingly simple and comfortable.

Before Kindred Bravely introduced the Organic Cotton Scoopback bra, I wore the Kindred Bravely French Terry Racerback. Physics may explain why I prefer the French Terry Scoopback over the French Terry Racerback. For me, the Scoopback provides both more support and more coverage. The back is very full coverage and distributes breast weight evenly over its surface. My favorite nursing bras all have full coverage backs. Kindred Bravely Scoopback bra options are my most favorite so far. To me, comfort is queen and these bras are amazingly comfortable.

Yet another supremely comfortable Kindred Bravely creation, but this band flips upward which may annoy some of us.

Rose colorway

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  • Show all comments (14)
  • Do you have the bust perimeter measurement by any chance? I'd like some more to try.

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    My bust perimeter is 38 and that is the value I'll add tomorrow when I add measurements. It could tolerate an 2" greater perimeter and significantly taller roots.

  • That might work then. I really just want something breathable to keep my underboob off of my abdomen.

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    If you need more lift, shortening the straps a bit may help, too. With the full coverage back, there is less risk of headaches from tighter straps. My theory ;-)

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    Anything is better than the itty bitty straps on my Torrid bralettes :)

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    Sovavosi I replaced the straps on mine because they gave me headaches.

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    cupandahalf I thought about it. Where did you get the new straps?

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    From bras that don't fit *shrug*.

  • Thank you for adding the measurements!

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    No problem :-) I was wearing it yesterday :-)

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    I added a bit of information I discovered about the band last night.....It flips.

  • I added a bit of information I discovered about the band last night.....It flips.

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    Just while lying down? How odd.

  • It has remained flat while up and moving. Strange.

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