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Note: Before buying, please compare with your detailed size, please choose according to the size chart, if the cup is too large, please choose a larger 1-2 size. Due to hand measurement, please allow 1 inch / 2 cm difference. Due to the influence of light and screen, slight chromatic aberration should be acceptable.

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S ;CUP: A-B 56-76CM/22.0-29.9" 58-74CM/22.8-29.1"

M ;CUP: A-B 58-80CM/22.8-31.4" 60-78CM/23.6-30.7"

L ;CUP: A-B 60-84CM/23.6-33.0" ;64-82CM/25.1-32.2"

XL ;CUP: A-C 64-88CM/25.1-34.6" 62-84CM/24.4-33.0"

2XL CUP: B-C 68~84cm/26.8"~33.1" 66-81cm/26.0"~31.9"

3XL CUP: B-C 72~88cm/28.4"~34.6" 70-84cm/27.6"~33.1"

4XL CUP: B-D 76~92cm/29.9"~36.2" 74-88cm/29.2"~34.6"

5XL CUP: C-D 80~96cm/31.5"~37.8" 78-92cm/30.7"~36.2"

6XL CUP: C-D 84~ 100cm /33.1"~39.4"82-96cm/32.3"~37.8"

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