Its a good quality bra with a nice fit. I like that it has removable pads for a more flattering silhouette.
I rarely ever leave reviews but I felt the need to share how amazing this bra is. I am a size 40 G and I’ve never felt this kind of combination of support as well as comfort. It also looks great too. Significantly reduces the amount of shoulder and back pain I have because the wide straps don’t leave one particular pressure point on your shoulders. I bought a second one as soon after one day of wearing the first.
This is the only bra I will ever wear. I had back and neck pain for years from straps digging in and uncomfortable bands from traditional bras. This is the most comfortable bra I’ve worn. I wear it while working and I can keep it on for 12+ hours without noticing it’s there! Unheard of with my old traditional bras. I prefer the max support but I’ve also worn the other fabrics and find them all to be comfortable and great for my back and neck. Fast shipping, great customer service and a life changing bra. Worth every penny!
I have grade III gynecomastia, resulting in an enlarged chest( man boobs). They are horrible and options are limited for dealing with this. My options are limited even more because I have ASD and sensory issues. Gyno vests are uncomfortable and itchy ony skin. At the same time I do not have the desire to wear an overtly female bra. I first read about Kinflyte on Reddit, and decided to give them a try. I sadly already know my bra size, but customer service was non judgemental and confirmed sizing. I found this garmet to be extremely comfortable. The shoulder straps sit well, and it is not noticable under clothes. In addition, my posture is better than it has been in years. If you are a male and you have yourself on this site in a similar scenario, rest assured this is a good option. There are colors offered that are gender neutral, and it is invisible under clothes. It is very well made, and I can jog again with out embarrassment. I highly recommend it.
I've been wearing Kinflyte for going on 2 years after starting an exhaustive search for a better bra. They are now the only bra I wear, with very few exceptions. The max support bra is fantastic for exercise or for days when I need more compression and more support. It pretty much locks everything down, but in a good way. For regular, all day wear, I have come to prefer the Eco Jersey, since the max support version can get a tiny bit restrictive, and the modal version is excellent for lounging. The large straps on all of the bras are the game changer for me and what I compare every other brand to now. Prior to Kinflyte I was starting to deal with some significant discomfort and occasionally outright pain due to tiny straps digging into my shoulders. And I don't even have a large bust (generally fitting into traditional 42 B/C sizes). Kinflyte bras eliminated that discomfort completely.
Overall fit comments: the band rarely rolls, everything's held in (no popping out), and it helps to smooth out my back. I don't have to constantly fidget and readjust, like every other bra. You might see some of the seaming under thin fabric, but the bra is generally no more visible under a shirt that every other one I've owned.
My main criticism would be the removable cup pads which seems to be the case with almost every wireless bra on the market. I must be in the minority, but having to take them out and put them back in for every wash is an annoyance. The bra is substantial, so it doesn't work well with tank tops, and it can retain some heat. These are minor concerns for me though, and vastly outweighed by all of the positives.
The bras aren't cheap, but I would definitely recommend trying them out, especially if you have issues with shoulder pain or poor posture. They have held up really well, even after I switched from handwashing to just tossing them in the washing machine. I have the original two that I bought years ago and they're still supportive and worn daily. I've only purchased more to avoid having to wash them constantly. They're constructed really well, so considering that and the freedom from daily discomfort, I think they're absolutely worth it. Plus, customer support is super responsive and helpful. If you can afford to, try them. I spend the majority of my waking life in a bra, and I guess I feel like I deserve to feel comfortable.
For reference, I'm over 40, 5'10", wear an XL or a 42 B/C in traditional bras, generally a women's size 16, and have a profession that includes a decent amount of field work in the warm climate of Florida.