La Leche League Hands Free Pump Bra - #4105 - Butterscotch (LAST FEW PIECES) Price for 1 piece ONLY

SKU La Leche 4105
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Soft cup patented hands-free pump bra has a basic drop cup opening for nursing with an added feature - a special layer for hands free pumping with a breast pump.

Seamless cup and wireless comfort made of soft poly-cotton-spandex for cotton and fit.

Great style, great fit, great function! Want to increase your milk supply? This garment does it all.

Many Lactation Consultants recommend pumping on one side and breastfeeding on the other to increase your milk supply.

Pump hands free and breastfeed all with the same bra! No need to change your bra throughout the day - easy to use, no attachments required. Works with most double electric pumps including Medela and Ameda.

58% Polyester / 32% Cotton / 10% Spandex.

Hand wash, line dry.

Available in Nude.

Snugly measure high under the arms and above breasts to determine chest size in inches

  1. Round up to the nearest even size bra (your bra size in inches).
  2. Measure the fullest point of bust.
  3. The difference between 1 and 3 tells your cup size:

0 - 1 1/2"

A Cup

1 1/2" - 2 1/2"

B Cup

2 1/2" - 3 1/2"

C Cup

3 1/2" - 4 1/2"

D Cup

5" - 6"

DD/E Cup

6" - 7"


7" - 8"

G Cup

8" - 9"

H Cup

*To check your chest (band) size an alternative measuring method is as follows:

Wearing a bra, measure around the body directly under the bust.

Add 5" to that measurement.

If it's an even number, that is your size.

If an odd number, round up to the next even size.

You can use this to compare to the measurement (1) above.

If your nursing bra is getting too tight for you either in width or in the cup, get one size larger in the cup and one size larger in the width. This will give you room to grow both ways.

For example, if you wear a 34B, get a 36C. If you wear a 36D, get a 38DD/E.


Your LLLI Nursing Bra should fit on the first (tightest fitting) hooks rather than the end (loosest fitting) hooks.

As you expand in girth you can hook the bra further towards the end, thus the bra can "grow" with you.

For example, if you have a bra that is too large in the width, but the cup fits well --- try a smaller width but a larger cup size.

For example, in a 38C the cup fits but the bra is too wide. If you get a 36 width, you should probably get a 36D. If the bra is too tight in the width or doesn't give enough room for expansion, but the cup fits well --- try a larger width with a smaller cup size.

For example, if you have a 36C that is too tight in width, get a 38 width --- a 38B is likely to fit best. A jump of cup sizes and even one band size from pre-pregnancy to postpartum is typical.

However, every woman’s body is unique.

Throughout your nursing experience, you will rely on your nursing bras both day and night to provide support.

Always have several clean bras on hand. It is best to hand wash your LLLI Intimate Apparel and allow them to hang dry.

Although you might want the ease of machine washing and drying, this is the fastest way to ruin a bras' construction.

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