No More: Back Pain
After a long day on your feet, the last thing you want to have to worry about is back and shoulder pain caused by your bra. Even worse than that...imagine having that pain while sitting at a desk all day or trying to enjoy your retirement. The crux of this issue is that no woman should have to deal with back and shoulder pain simply because they have larger breasts and clearly aren’t getting the support they need.
With a Trusst bra, that pain you’ve been experiencing for years is finally at an end. The technology behind (or rather built into) every Trusst bra was invented to give plus size women the support they actually need. Unlike every other bra out there, a Trusst bra does not use underwire for support...or more accurately for shape since that’s the main purpose. The support in a Trusst bra is something completely different, a polymer plastic piece that uses a cantilever method to support your breast weight from underneath. Make sense? If not, let’s put it this way...the support in a Trusst bra acts as a shelf-like system which actually supports more of your breast weight as a result of the 3D (vs 2D underwire) shape.
What does this mean for you? Well, because of the unique way in which our bras support your breasts, one of the first things you will notice is how much better your back and shoulders feel. This is in large part because the structure is doing the heavy lifting for you instead of your back and shoulders. With every other underwire bra, the support comes from the band and/or straps. When you are carrying around almost 8 pounds of weight due to your larger breasts, that kind of support doesn't actually help...it hurts! At Trusst, we strive to take the pain out of wearing your bra so you can go on and live your life to the fullest.
To read about more benefits of wearing a Trusst bra, check out our other blog posts and keep coming back for more. As always, we encourage you to give a Trusst a bra a try. We are happy to support you through our stellar Bra Experts, our Size Calculator (to help determine your best size), and our Bra Ph.D. page for all the details about our bras.