So here it is my review and pics of the Les Love Boat Juuya Strapless Velcro Binder!
First Some info!
Bust size: 46 inchs the large goes up to 50 inchs
Bra size last I checked: 40 D
-Easy to put on
In comparison to other binder styles like the Underworks Tri Top and 997 it is much MUCH easier to put on. I had some help from my partner (who took all but the bathroom pic) the first time,but since then I’ve gotten into it super fast and easy. As a chronically ill person with pain issues getting into the pull over style binders can often be to hard, but with this one I should be able to comfortably do it on all but my most painfull days.
-Strong Freaking Velcro
They were not kidding when they said this velcro is strong.I really had to put some force into it the first time to get it un-stuck.So far it has not come undone even a little bit.
The ridge on it hits me right in the armpit which can be pretty irritating and it will also most likely get filled with sweat there so some baby powder along that area is a must.
No idea how to wash it!
-Still Can see Chest Shape at Times in Some Shirts
The red tank top is a women’s tank top so it is cut more close.But you can still see the side outlines of my chest,not as noticeable but still there.I’ll buy a men’s tank and see if that is the same.(Probably not). It took a lot of moving around but by the time I got to the Bathroom Picture I had turned it around so the velcro part was in the front and had re-positioned my chest to smooshed-together-up instead of the typical underworks -down -and o-ut and that helped a lot.
The material under the chest line DOES crease fairly fast and some of overlap fabric seems to want to roll.
At 50 some dollars after tax and shipping this one was the most expensive of my binders.I will once I get more money buy one of those waist cincher wraps they sell in Wal-Mart’s work out department to see how it compares.
This is over all a really great binder.It does what it is supposed to do and it is easy to get on.If you have issues getting in and out of pull-over style ones this, if you have the money is a great alternative.I’m at the top end of their size scale so people smaller then me will probably not experience the same problems I did with it (chest out line,creasing) It is wear able under tank tops, just not very tightly cut ones(womens) unless you want some side chest to poke out.A mens cut tank should have you at no chest visible.
So there you have it, a strapless binder on a fat person.