Compression Nursing Tank
Compression Nursing Tank
The Mother Tucker® Nursing Tank is engineered to offer exceptional wire-free support with a tummy-flattening center, slide-over cups for discreet nursing, and no-dig straps.
- Easy, discreet nursing access
- Wire-free, seamless support
- Soft, tubular knit smoothes and shapes your belly and waist, and minimizes back bulge
- Our Muffinology® technology helps control muffin top
- Perfect post Belly Wrap wear!
- Reinforced under-bust channeling for added support
- Slide-over nursing access (No snaps or flaps!)
- No-dig straps for shoulder comfort
- Wide bottom band keeps tank in place without awkward tugging and adjusting
- Features Muffinology® technology
- Made in the USA
Hand wash cold
Do not bleach
Lay flat to dry
Do not iron
Do not dry clean
Soft material and good support around tummy
The shirt is not well thought through. I have regular size breasts not big not small and the top of this shirt spills my breasts. I got a size large which is what I wear in everything for comfort. The belly part fit good and provides decent compression. But it rolls up on me when sitting down. Mind you I have a regular body type not thin not big just average all around. I am 5’5” and about 190-200lbs. I wore it as an under shirt but the gaps the fabric forms from wanting to spill my breasts showed through. Just a weird look. Quite obvious these were made for a specific body in mind not for an average gal.
I love this tank. I’ve worn this almost every day since giving birth over a week ago. I bought a couple compression tanks/nursing tanks and this is by far the best one with the most compression. The compression is really helpful for those like me who have bad diastasis recti after birth, and probably just good for anyone as you get used to using your core muscles again. I love that there’s no clips and it’s still very easy to nurse in. The cups are thick enough that I don’t feel the need to wear a bra I just put nursing pads in there for leaking. I will be buying another one. For reference I bought a small and am normally a SM/M top 32DD and it’s perfect.
This is a great idea, but on boobs full for nursing this top falls short. It doesn't hold me in, at all, and I am not particularly large although certainly bigger than before. It simply is very little fabric on the chest so if you sleep in any other position but flat on your back they are going to fall right out. So I had high hopes for this since the pull aside style is preferred in the middle of the night, but I wouldn't recommend to anyone that actually needs the boobs held.
Compression isn't all its hyped to be. The style is great for nursing though & it's a nice tank for under another shirt. Wish it was more as advertised but i do still wear it