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Based on 16 reviews
Height: 5’2”
Weight: 128
Bra Size: 34F
Size Purchased: L
Usual Size: M
Needs removable pads

I would absolutely buy a couple of wool bras in this style BUT they gave to have pockets to accommodate F or G size removable cups and they have to be offered with a sufficiently small band size.

Height: 5'3"
Weight: 160
Bra Size: 28HH
Size Purchased: XS
Usual Size: L
I'd love one, but not in S/M/L sizing

As others are saying, a wool bra sounds awesome, but S/M/L sizing will not work for me. My measurements are 28" underbust and 40" bust, which usually works out to an XS in the band and a L in the bust. I can't wear either size, nor does it work to compromise on a size in the middle: the result is either a too-loose band with no support and boobs falling out the bottom, or not enough room in the cup and everything spilling out on the top. There are already other brands making S/M/L sized wool bras for those who can wear them. Do something different.

If you need ideas on sizing scales, check out Molke. They have three different sizing systems for their different bra designs. All easier than the traditional band and cup size, but much more inclusive of a variety of sizes.

Height: %'3"
Weight: 160
Bra Size: 34DDD
Great idea -- please scale for larger cup sizes

I adore merino bras -- a persistent problem is that they are scaled for B cup and very difficult for those of use with larger cup sizes. There are currently non on the market that have the little pocket for an insert (for those concerned about nipples showing). How wonderful it would be to have a merino bra with a merino insert that worked on a DDD. Since this is right next to the body, 100% merino would be ideal (and ecologically better).

Height: 5'6
Weight: 140
Bra Size: 34C
Size Purchased: M
Usual Size: M
Wool Bra that does not show nipples and is nursing friendly!

I would love a wool bra that is thick enough to not show my nipples through it, but also can be maneuvered so that I can breastfeed with it on!

Height: 5'4
Fit without pulling would be a dream

Please keep in mind those of us who are not bilaterally symmetrical as well. I second what others have said about including a variety of cup sizes, and it would be especially awesome if there was the option to adjust between sides to help balance things out a little. Maybe an optional padding liner that could be included or removed on each side (or doubled up on the smaller side!). Having a front closure would be wonderful as well for those of us who have rotator cuff pain or other trouble lifting arms up over our heads to put on a sports-bra/pull-on style.

wearing merino comes with advantages