Get Your Fit + How To Use

*Tape Measure Required

Fitting Room

6 Position and 4 Eye­-and­-Hook Back Clasps

So you can adjust your bra to fit your changing body from pregnancy right through to years postpartum.

Racerback Conversion Clip

You get to choose the way you wear your bra depending on your style of choice for that day be it active wear, work wear or everyday wear.

Adjustable Back Straps

Get your perfect fit with premium sliders so you don’t have to worry about falling or digging straps.

Molded Cups

The smooth molded cups lift and separate your breasts, as well as providing encapsulation for inferior breast and milk protection.

Sizing Guide

Free to Feed has been designed with both the pregnant and postpartum mother in mind. As your body invariable changes throughout pregnancy and postpartum we understand that your ribcage and size will expand and retract. This is why Free to Feed has a generous 6 position, 4 eye­-and-­hook back clasp band to move with you. The size range shown in the Underbust column shows the flexibility in the fit of each size that allows for changes in your body as a result of exercise and postpartum changes.

For pregnant women, you want a size that is going to fit comfortably on the loosest hook which will allow for when your ribcage retracts after you’ve had your baby. This gives you the opportunity to bring your sizing in while still fitting beautifully around your body.

For all postpartum and nursing mothers, you want a size that is going to fit comfortably around the third hook. This will allow room for your body to shrink as a result of changing hormones, losing weight due to breastfeeding, and any to all the activities you’re doing, high impact or otherwise.

When properly fitted, Free to Feed will provide the high impact, bounce reducing support your milk ­filled breasts need and deserve.

Find Your Size

Step 1 – Measure Underbust

While not wearing a bra or wearing a non-padded bra, measure in cm around the body at the bottom of the band, directly under your bust. The measuring tape should be level and very snug.

Step 2 – Measure Across Bust

Measure in cm across the fullest part of the breast – generally at the point where your nipples are.

Step 3 – Find Your Size

Using your measurements and the chart below, find your Free to Feed bra size.

Important: Please note that our sizing chart is in centimeters, not inches.

Sizing Tips

Free to Feed has been design with both the pregnant and postpartum mother in mind. As your body invariable changes throughout pregnancy and postpartum we understand that your ribcage and size will expand and retract. This is why Free to Feed has a generous 6 eye-and-hook back clasp band.

When pregnant we recommend when selecting your Free to Feed to purchase one that fits comfortably on the loosest hook. This will allow for when your ribcages retracts after you’ve had your baby and still fit comfortably around your body.

When nursing we recommend when selecting your Free to Feed to purchase one that fits comfortably on the third hook. This will allow room for your body to shrink as a result of all the high impact activities you’ve been doing.

Free to Feed has been designed to encapsulated your breasts individually so they should appear separated and fit clearly into each cup – no uni-boob or breast squashing here!

The fitted flexi-wire provides superior support and helps the bra to keep shape and it is important that the flexi-wire sits under and behind the breast tissue.

When properly fitted, Free to Feed will provide the high impact, bounce reducing support your milk-filled breasts need and deserve.

How to wear

The best way to get free to feed on is to put both arms through the straps, bend forward at the hips and let breasts fall naturally. Bring the bra under your breasts and as you place breasts into the cups bring the band around the back and do it up the clasps as you stand up. It is important to make sure the flexi-wire is sitting flush with your body and not pushing on any breast tissue. Using your hand to lift the breast to fill the cup will give you the best results.

To turn your bra into a racerback use the conversion clip on the back straps.

Also make sure to adjust shoulder straps using the back sliders so the padded straps sit comfortably over your shoulders which will ensure they do not slip off or dig in.

 

Wash Instructions

On average, a good quality sports bra will last between 6-12 months.

Regular wash and wear over time results in loss of elasticity in the product and this consequently means there is a loss of support in your bra.

To maximize the life of Free to Feed please follow the care instructions on the label, which includes:

  • Gentle machine wash at 40C
  • Line dry in shade
  • Do not Bleach
  • Do not Tumble Dry
  • Do not Dry Clean
  • Do not Iron

We recommend owning a minimum of two Free to Feed nursing sports bra so you always have one to go in the drawer ready to wear and one in the wash.

Using a lingere bag and using gentle machine wash cycle will also help to prolong it’s life, protecting from rips and pulls.

Dry Free to feed in the shade to avoid fading and loss of shape.

Free to Feed is proudly designed and made in Australia.

A Note On Production

After 10 months of researching, designing, developing, testing and making of the nursing sports bra we have now completed our very first production run of sizes 10DD, 12DD, 14DD and 16DD. So if you are a 10, 12, 14 or 16 DD please visit the shop page to get your Free to Feed today as limited stock is available.

Not a DD? No worries. We have production lined up and ready to go for the remaining sizes (D, E, F G, & H), but as a relatively new brand we need to guarantee certain production minimums. That is where you come in. By signing up here you will let us know you are ready to get your  size and we can let you know as soon as we go to production…so you’ll be the first to get your hands on the nursing sports bra. We cannot wait to bring this product to market and thank you for your support.

Free to Feed is proudly Designed and Made in Australia.

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