I've been wearing Kinflyte bras for going on two years and I'm basically wearing only them now. I went on a bra odyssey after turning 40 and tried an exhaustive (and exhausting, ha ha) amount of them - all billed as wireless, comfortable, supportive bras. The only one that actually provided enough support to feel comfortable at work or out of the house and was all-day comfortable, with no fidgeting and constant readjusting, was Kinflyte. The super wide shoulder straps were a life saver - I can no longer tolerate the painful digging of tiny straps. And all of the bits and bobs are kept where they're supposed to be. I think I've settled on the Eco Jersey as my all around favorite or most useable. The modal version is extremely comfortable for lounging, but feels a touch too unsupportive for out of the house, at least for me. And the max support is great for exercise, but can feel a bit restrictive after a long day. The Eco Jersey seems to be a happy medium for me. That said, I have them all and wear them all, depending on the situation.
I do have a few gripes - I'm not a fan of removable pads. I need them, so washing is kind of a pain since they invariably get twisted around. And the bras are substantial. They're an extra layer of clothing that you notice when you're hot, especially if you live in a warmer climate like I do. The wider straps do limit top choices, but I keep a spare skinny strap bra around for emergencies. Overall, the comfort the bras provide greatly outweigh any criticisms.
They're on the pricey side, but for me they are absolutely worth it. Before Kinflyte, I would keep a sports bra and an extra tshirt at work to change into if my old school bra became unbearable. Now, I go entire days without even thinking about my bra, and I can't think of higher praise than that.
For reference, I wear an XL, around a 42 B/C in traditional bras, I'm 5'10" and I generally wear a women's 16 in clothes.
I absolutely LOVE these bras. There is no way to describe how comfortable they are; you just have to try one. The bands never roll up and the wide straps never slip off my shoulders—a huge plus. The wide straps do show under some of my tops, but it doesn’t bother me as it just looks like I am layering tops. But it does mean you have to make careful choices when choosing a bra color. I find that I am more comfortable one size up from the size recommended by the charts but Kinflyte allows one exchange at no cost and the products arrive very quickly. I love these so much that I now have 3 of them.
I ordered the mystery box because it was too good of a deal to pass up- I used the size finder and it consistently said medium. I'm a weight-loss deflated 34 DDD/G. So I ordered that, but the girls definitely do not stay in if I'm in down dog or forward fold. It is comfortable, though, and I appreciate that the straps are wider so the weight is better distributed across my shoulders. The matcha moss color is GORGEOUS. I just don't like having to tuck myself back in all the time.
This is the most comfortable bra I've ever owned. I love being able to pull it on and off over my head and I adore not having wires. I had a breast reduction seven years ago and the scars have stayed sensitive since then. I hated underwires before the reduction and refuse to wear them now. I've spent thousands of dollars on bras, in my life, and this is the one I'm sticking with. The only issue I have is with the straps being so wide it limits the kind of shirts you can wear. I wear rather modest shirts and can still see them inside the necklines.
I own the Freedom Max support. Decided to try this.... it's so comfy. Love the silky feel, yet supportive. I ordered the Freedom Max in Large. Fits perfect. And ordered this in the medium. It is midi but since I got the medium, it's pretty low cut. It supports well. A little tight around at the band but it loosened up after a couple of wears.