Mother Tucker®

Cincher

$49.95
 
Black
Black
Black
Black
Black
When to Wear
AFTER PREGNANCY
Compression
Low
High
Nude
Nude
Nude
Nude
Nude
When to Wear
AFTER PREGNANCY
Compression
Low
High
Mother Tucker®

Cincher

$49.95
1

Cincher - Black / XS | 0-2 is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.

When to Wear
AFTER PREGNANCY
Compression
Low
High
Description

Looking for a smoother, that's not compressive? This slip-on shaper utilizes power mesh fabric to smooth your belly, waist, and hips. Flexible boning prevents rolling and digging and allows for freedom of movement, making comfortable smoothing a cinch!

Why You'll Love It
  • Creates a smooth silhouette
  • Flexible boning prevents rolling and digging
  • 2 layers of secure-stretch fabric
  • No hooks, snaps, zippers, or clasps
  • Easy pull-on style
Details Matter
  • Power mesh fabric smoothes and shapes your belly, waist, and hips
  • Flexible boning prevents rolling and digging
  • Released tension at bottom for extra comfortable wear
Specifications & Care
Product Height

Front height: 11" (XS) to 13" (XL) — increase 1/2 per size

Care

Hand wash cold with like colors
Do not bleach
Line dry
Do not iron
Do not dry clean

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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A.
Continued use after fourth trimester

I love this shaper. I’m finding that this is just a great shaper overall. Instead of buying different underwear shapers and tank top shapers, I use this each time. I can’t see it under my clothes and it makes my little pouch that’s still left go away so I can wear my old dresses. I love it!

B
B.A.

Cincher

M
M.A.
Returned

It’s not what i thought it was I returned it to get what I needed.. my new order is suppose to be delivered today

P
P.B.
Not bad but not great

While it does compress the area generally, it’s not very comfortable due to the side wires that are too long, and I wish it compressed more in the lower abdomen area.

C
C.
Functional

Let’s get real, the other bands are not realistic to wear postpartum and while breastfeeding a newborn. They won’t allow you to position correctly and half the time you’re half naked and the material is too hard on baby.

The cincher is different and offers support and flexibility that is suitable for real situations.