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It is our mission to bring comfortable, affordable, and immaculately stitched garments to people of all genders and sizes around the globe. With over 100 models of fashion and medical products, Underworks is the world’s premier source for compression clothing and shapewear.

Method of Compression

The binder is made of elastic fabric on the front and back and does not use a non-stretch panel to achieve compression. The strength of the elastic varies from high compression to low compression in all-elastic binders. All-Elastic Compression

Garment Styles

A tank that ends at the mid-belly but is not long enough to tuck into your pants. I recommend this option if your tissue bulges out from the bottom of a 1/2 tank. Full-Length Tank
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
A tank that can be tucked into the pants which can be helpful for people who want more body contouring or people who are experiencing their full-length binder rolling up. If keeping the binder down is still a challenge, shirt stays can be used for extra support. Tuckable 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 styles are able to be worn with lower cut shirts and open button downs without being visible. V-Neck/Low Neckline
Compression shirts and high-compression sports bras are lower-compression options which leave more room for chest tissue thus exerting less pressure on the sternum than other binder garments. Compression Shirt/Sports Bra
These are garments designed and styled as swimsuits and include chest compression. The level of compression in these garments varies from light to heavy. Swimsuit Design
When pre-made binders do not fit your body, having a binder made to your exact measurements or specifications may be your best option. Common reasons for needing custom binders are: small ribcage with large chest tissue, accommodating permanent medical devices, accomodating chronic conditions like hypermobility, pain conditions, or asthma Custom Designs

Compression Level

Heavy Compression

Method of Entry



1 Skin Tone

Size Range

(sizing varies by company)

Price Range (USD)

Under $40


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