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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Big Boys Pants Does Skimpy Thongs Well - A Review

Today I'd like to take the opportunity to give you my take on one of my favorite thongs.  While I often do wear thongs, it seems that I personally have never actually reviewed a thong (the closest I came was Croota's second skin bikini).  So today I'd like to review a true thong from Big Boys Pants.

Now I must preface this review by saying that when I discuss things such as the comfort I am comparing it to other thongs I have tried.  You must understand, of course, that wearing a thong is a completely different experience than other types of underwear, so my comments are based on the fact that I am already generally comfortable having a string up my ass (for lack of better explanation).

The Big Boys line in general is very reminiscent of the Obviously brand.  The basic concept is to have a more roomy pouch to allow your junk to hang more freely and naturally.  My general feeling on these concepts is that it basically results in a rather baggy looking pouch that is not all that flattering to the wearer.  However, I feel that this idea actually does work really well with a thong.  Often the problem with thongs is that there is not adequate room for your junk if you are more endowed or when you get an erection.  There is just a thin strip of cloth and nowhere to go.  But with this thong from Big Boys the pouch is bigger and there is somewhere to go.  The pouch also fits well when you are not erect so there is no awkward extra fabric dangling there.  Also instead of just being a strip of fabric as with most thongs, this pouch is cut in a more pouch shape to conform to the shape of your anatomy comfortably.  As with all thongs, you have to be careful not to pull the waistband up too high and to wear it at a comfortable level.

As for the comfort.  This mostly falls under the fit as I have already described.  But in addition to the comfortable cut, this thong is also made of an incredibly soft and comfortable modal fabric.  This fabric is responsible for the comfort in the cut is as well because it easily and comfortable stretches as needed.  The wide waistband (wider than most thongs) sits flat and stays put, making for a very comfortable wearing experience throughout the day. I rarely find myself needing to adjust this thong, it moves with you as you sit and stand so you don't ever get that uncomfortable tightness in the pouch that can occur with thongs.  I do notice that I'm wearing the thong (that's kind of how thongs work), but it's not uncomfortable. 

In terms of style, these are pretty basic and plain.  But the cut is so daring that you really don't need too much else going on.  The thong comes in 5 solid colors (I tried steel) with complimenting waistbands.  I do like the look of the grey waistbands better than the white as I feel the white ones look a little cheap. I do also wish that there were more color options, and some more colors that are not as bright; the cut is flashy enough. 

Quality-wise these undies are exceptionally well-made.  I've worn these numerous times and they hold up great in the wash while the colors remain brilliant.  I would not, however, recommend machine drying them due to the fabric content.  I feel that it would probably pill.  At £13.95 (about $20 USD), these certainly aren't the cheapest thongs.  But they also aren't the most expensive.  I think you'll definitely get your money's worth as they last well and are some of the comfiest thongs out there that I've tried. 

Overall, I give the Big Boys Pants Thong a total score of 8 based on the following criteria:
FIT -- 9 (out of 10) - Anatomical pouch.  Wide waistband.
COMFORT -- 9 (out of 10) - Pouch accommodates all sizes.  Moves with you. 
STYLE -- 6 (out of 10) - Basic.  Wish there were more color options. 
QUALITY -- 9 (out of 10) - Exceptionally well-made.
VALUE -- 8 (out of 10) - Moderately priced.  Will get your money's worth. 


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

yeah but andrew christian's almost naked thong is better