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October 23, 2009
Reviewed by Mariko Leonardo
Product Name: Male Compression Vest
Cup size at time of use: C
- I found out about this vest on Dr. Michael Bermant’s website. I have been using them for years. I buy direct from the veronique website for $99.00.
October 22, 2009
Review by Noah C. Meeks
Product name: Elastic back brace, Meijer brand
Manufacturer’s website: Meijer.com, but it’s not available online
Cup size at time of use: 34A
- With a few modifications, mainly removing the plastic “support” bits, it’s very comfortable. it’s also quick and easy to get on and off.
- it gives me a nice flattened chest, but loses a point because the two separate panels of elastic can be problematic. I have them safety pinned for now, will probably sew them together later.
- I can generally get away with wearing this under a snug t-shirt, especially if I wear an undershirt over it to smooth out the edges and mask the whiteness. it tends to show a little in the back, but I doubt anyone who doesn’t know or suspect I’m trans would know what it means. it also loses a point because it has a tendency to slide down and need frequent adjusting if I’m very active, though I’ve never known it to actually come off.
- I haven’t tried Underworks or any of the other official binders, but this works extremely well for me, and is easier on the budget. I’m giving it a 3 only because it took quite a bit of modification to be really workable. the one thing that remains to be tested is how long it will last.