As a 38 H, I thought I was doomed to uncomfortable, I’ll fitting bras for the rest of my life— especially since I want to ditch underwire. I purchased an XL, and this bra has been an absolute game changer. When I wear it, my shoulders do not feel weighed down and I have had less upper back pain overall. When I put my rise bra in the wash or need to wear a bra with a different shape for an outfit, I feel the difference immediately. I find all of my other bras super uncomfortable since wearing the rise bra. I highly recommend this bra if you struggle with back pain and bra comfort due to breast size.
That being said, it is not the perfect solution. I am short waisted, and as the bra is, I cannot tighten the straps enough for my desired level of support. I have purchased Velcro strips to add to the straps so I can place them where I personally need them. However, this is a modification I am happy to make and I can’t wait to purchase more.
The bra fits well and provides good support. Material is not flimsy.
I really like the adjustable straps, but found it hard to get on. If only this had a front closure too! Somehow separate the cups to avoid uniboob. The material is great.
I love the Rise Bra in the green color. It fits snug around my rib cage without being too tight. I normally wear a 42F, and the 2XL fit well for me. Im so happy to have discovered this brand as my other bras have been painful on my shoulders.
I love the way this bra looks and feels, especially the high underarm and back coverage. Very supportive and very comfortable. The only reason I can't give the bra itself a 5-star review (and buy about 20 of them!) is the adjustable shoulder strap. I'm average height and size---not short or short-waisted or anything out of the ordinary. To adjust the strap to fit properly, the end of the strap (which has the "hook" side of the velcro) extends past the area on the back that has the "loop" velcro. Because of that, the hook velcro at the end of the strap grabs the jersey fabric of the bra, the back of any garment I'm wearing, and other garments it is laundered with, including the mesh bag I wash bras in.
Even worse than this issue which prevents me from further purchases, I went to the trouble of taking photos and writing a careful description of the problem, sent it to Kinflyte once, then a second time two weeks later. I've had no response of any kind from Customer Service. I continue getting emails wanting me to buy, but nothing regarding my inquiry. To me, a company who just doesn't care isn't one I want to buy from, no matter how great the product. It's a shame.
4/16/22 Neither Kinflyte nor I know what happened, why they hadn't seen my earlier correspondence, but their response to my review yesterday was immediate, attentive, and very generous. I do hope there will be updates to the design of the Eco Bra, which is so comfortable and so supportive that I really am ready to toss my big drawer full of bras that are less so when new options become available. Meantime, I'll have to look to my sewing machine to shorten those straps--not an elegant solution, to be sure. I eagerly await new developments. Thank you, Kinflyte.
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