Binder Finder

Find your perfect fit, feel confident, be you.



We are a brand by queer people, for queer people. We don’t believe in men’s or women’s clothing, we just make clothes that promote self-confidence and self-love. Be proud of who you are. FLAVNT it.

Method of Compression

The binder uses a non-elastic fabric panel on the front of the binder to achieve compression. This provides a flattening effect without exerting pressure around the entire ribcage. This form of compression puts more compressive force into the sternum and less compressive force to the sides of the ribcage than all-elastic compression. No-Stretch Front Compression Panel

Garment Styles

A tank that ends a few inches below the bottom of your chest tissue. People with larger chests may find that their tissue bulges out the bottom. Half-length Tank
Racerback tanks allow for the greatest motion of the scapula and are recommended whenever you are doing activities that demand significant shoulder movement. The straps of a racerback can exert more pressure onto the upper traps and neck muscles and can trigger headaches in some people. Racerback Tank
These binders are made of fabrics safe for wearing in the water. They will maintain their compression even when wet and the fabric will hold up to the wear and tear of the water. Rinsing the binder after swimming in chlorinated or salt water will extend the life of the binder. Water-Safe Binders

Compression Level

 Moderate Compression

Method of Entry



5 Skin Tones

Size Range

(individual sizes vary by company)

Price Range (USD)



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