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Fits ribcage0.0
B. perimeter0.0
Stretched Band72.4
Band Length55.9
Stretch ratio1.3
Cup width15.9
Cup depth38.1
Depth ratio2.4
Wire length32.8
Cup height22.9
Cup separation1.3
Gore height10.8
Wing height11.4
Strap width1.9
Hooks3
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Labeled as

Index28:17
EU60L

Review

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Didn't fit

SF Zenith 60L (and 60KK)
The fabric on this one. Oh, if I could describe it. It is not silky or smooth. It is more rough but not in a bad way. It’s a matte finish, with a cat tongue finish, haha. The colors are a perfect blend of beautiful-Teals, Blues, Browns, and Slight Grey, in a unique animalistic print collage. I love it, seriously love it. Aside from the unique texture of the fabric, this is a typical SF style bra, which has a stiffer bottom cup with stretch lace on top. This typically provides more support than the BM but without any padding to add bulk.

I ordered this one in both the 60KK and the 60L, and for simplicity’s sake, I am reviewing them both together here.

All measurements are taken prior to trying the bra on to insure no figure is obscured by the body. I also take all flat measurements before taking the stretched cup then band measurements for the same reason.

The band measures 22.15” and stretches to a max of 27.875” on the 60KK and 22” to a max of 28.5” on the 60L. Both have 3 hooks and 4 rows of eye loops.

Cup Depth as measured by:
1 Hovering the cup between the knees, then placing the tape measure into the cups without any resistance.
This measurement is: 12.25” on 60KK and 12.5” on 60L
2 Placing the cup over the knee and stretching it similar to what a breast would, to the maximum resistance.
This measurement is: 14.6” on 60KK and 15” on 60L

I feel these two figures give you a general idea of the minimum and maximum depth that the cup can accommodate, just like the flat and stretched band measurements do with bands. Since Bratabase only has one cup field, I enter the larger of the two, as it’s this larger number that determines if a cup is going to fit me or not since I am on the max end of the cup scale, but do realize that some may need the lower number to determine fit for their needs, so I will always include both figures in the reviews for full disclosure.

The 60KK Cup height is 8.75” with a 4.75” Wing, 4.4” gore, and 6.25” width
The 60L height is 9” with a 4.5” wing, gore 4.25” and 6.25” width

Needless to say the measurements are disappointing, as there is not enough of an increase from the 60KK to the 60L to justify calling it a full cup up and honestly the 60L is equal to a few of my 60KK SFs that are currently too small in the cup. This is not a true 60L cup.

As for fit,
I didn’t bother with even trying on the 60KK based on the fit of my other ones, and the fit of the 60L.
The 60L band felt comfortable on the tightest hook set, and the gore was 2.5 fingers off the sternum with the cups feeling very full and a tight. I am mid cycle, several days past lowest tide, but still a week or so away from high tide, so a good mid range to judge fit.

I will try to get Kaska to be willing to allow me to order it in a 60LL, but she told Magda no already, so it will take a bit of pestering and persuasion to get her to change Ewa’s mind.

Updated on Jan 09, 2019 Flag this


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  • 1

    Would you say it fits like a regular Sf or more like the Blueberry?
    I'm sorry it's not a perfect fit, it looks gorgeous on you! The pattern on this one is superb.

  • 1

    This is so beautiful. Sorry it didn’t work.

  • 1

    I love the pattern on the zenith so much. It's a shame it wasn't a perfect fit

  • 1

    brasaremean It's more like a regular SF, just a cup size small. : -/

    All 3 of the 60L SFs I received had the same depth as my 60KK Szaron and Kobalt....

    Thank you Sovavosi and Frazzleberry


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