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Control Bra with Back Support

Posture and Back Support Bra
$35.00
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The Maximum Support Bra is ideal for controlling posture, keeping your back straight and your head high. This wireless, control bra has an X-shaped reinforcement on the back to encourage correct posture through out the day.

The incredibly comfortable fit, powernet fabric, maximum support and wide ergonomic straps makes it ideal to use after surgery.
  • Product Code: 8520
  • Available Colors: Black, Taupe
  • Hand washing recommended
  • Available Sizes: please see below

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Measuring For Your Bra

First, wear a comfortable bra that has no padding and is not a minimizer. Ideally, someone else should do the measuring for you. Stay relaxed but stand upright when measuring.

Step 1: Measure for BAND size
Measure in inches under your arms, high on your back, and above your bust line. If this measurement is an even number (32, 34, 36, 38, 40), this is your band size. If an odd number (31, 33, 35, 37, 39), add 1" to determine your band size. Example: 33 Inches = Size 34

Step 2: Measure for CUP size
Use the table below to determine your cup size. First, measure in inches loosely around the fullest part of your bust. Next, subtract your band measurement from your bust measurement; each inch represents a cup size. Example: if your bust measurement is 36" and your band measurement is 34", the difference between these two measures is two inches, so you should wear a B-cup.


DIFFERENCE (Bust - Band) = Cup
Difference Cup Size
1 Inch A
2 Inches B
3 Inches C
4 Inches D