The Kinflyte bras are amazing! I'm telling (and showing!) all my friends. They are so well made and provide more support and are more comfortable than my underwire bras. I could sleep in them! This one (and the DREAM - Modal) have a beautiful silhouette under fitted tops.
I didn't know what "Eco Jersey" was... I think of "jersey" as matte t-shirt material. This feels more like a stretch technical material that has a slight sheen like running tights. I also got the DREAM Bra in "Modal" — which is an extremely soft matte tshirt-like material. I love them both. Because 2"-3" of the "straps" show under sleeveless tops, and the sheen of the "Eco Jersey" looks like workout gear or underwear, I also got the DREAM style. The "modal" fabric is matte, so in most cases you can't tell the straps are not part of the top I'm wearing, or it simply looks like I've layered 2 tops.
They are a tad tricky to fit... I ordered 4 styles and kept two. I'm 50yo, am 5'11" and 180# with a long torso. I wear a 10 in Lululemon tops and a 38C in most bras. In this style—the FREEDOM - Eco Jersey—the XL fit best—the L was too tight. But in the DREAM - Modal, the XL was too roomy and the L fit better.
I am shocked at how well this bra fits. It doesn't roll or pull or pinch. I actually have cleavage, yet it is as comfy as a sports bra. The only negative is the very wide shoulder straps. While I appreciate the fact that it doesn't dig into my shoulders like other bras have, the straps are so wide, I can't wear it with a tank top. The straps curve around my shoulder - which bums me out. That said, considering I've spent hundreds upon hundreds of dollars trying a variety of bra styles in the past, I'm happy with this one. Finally.
I love the idea of these bras, but I'm somewhere between a 3x and 4x and have found the fit is really tricky. In the 4x, the band and cup size are right but I have about 2" of extra fabric at the top of my shoukder so I either need to get them altered or I just save those to wear under swestshirts (they're still pretty comfortable). In the 3x max support, the band is a bit tight and my girls are a touch smooshed in, but the straps fit perfectly. So my go-to is the 3x freedom bra, which has just a little bit more give to it - at least until I lose a few more pounds. And it's great - Im so much more comfortable in these versus any other bra I own.
First, the positive. This bra is really comfortable on the shoulders, and does provide subtle posture correction. It's attractive, well-made and the material is lovely. (And, cute color!) Unfortunately, since I have a size G cup, the fit isn't great , even though I consulted the size chart, and ordered the recommended size for my cup. It looks great at first, but after a bit of activity, I find myself spilling out. Of course, this didn't become apparent until I had worn it and exercised in it, so I'm not eligible for a refund. It's disappointing to spend this much on a bra and find that the fit is off.
Also, the bra is very hot. It's kind of nice when I go for a walk in the morning, because I can skip wearing a light sweat jacket. But, not going to be comfortable in the summer heat.
I realize that other styles are recommended for my cup size. But if I increase the size to suit my cup, I'm afraid the band will be too loose. I'm going to stick with ordering from companies that go by cup size.
This bra is amazing. It’s NOT just a sports bra (which is the biggest concern I had before receiving mine). The entire design is considerate of female anatomy and the need for support. The cups have room for boobs, and while there is some compression, they stay put throughout the day without straining the shoulders at all. There’s a panel in each shoulder area to help stop slipping, and the design of the back makes your back look smooth under shirts. This is flattering on its own or as an undergarment. You will thank yourself for better support and better posture!