Avg. $20 US
Brief Boys Mitchell and Patton try the “three-chambered design” that holds your anatomy and “feels like nothing at all.”
Patton: I’m going to be frank and up front about this one. This is not clothing. This is a sex toy.
Mitchell: Well, I did manage to wear it for a day, but I can see what you mean. Honestly though, this is more functional than I thought it would be. I expected to put it on and immediately hate it, but I didn’t. The terrycloth material was extremely soft and comfortable. It was nice to be able to wear a pair of jeans with the sensation of going commando but without the scratchy feeling you get in a man-on-denim scenario. But it does have its obvious drawbacks, the largest being that it’s totally impractical. It takes several minutes of fiddling just to be able to put it back on, and I couldn’t imagine having to do this in a public restroom several times per day.
P: Fiddling, or reattaching?
M: The second drawback is that the fabric, while somewhat stretchy, isn’t nearly stretchy enough. Depending on a man’s physical makeup, the “one size fits all” approach is not going to work unless the fabric is far more flexible.
P: I’m pretty sure it’s just a sex toy.
M: And how did that work out for you?
P: Let’s just put it this way: the longer I tried to stuff myself into it, the less likely it was to fit. This isn’t something to wear to the office, or even to the bar. This is something to wear if you’re not allowed to touch yourself.
M: It is pretty snug on there, isn’t it? I expected that it would slip off, but it stays on securely.
P: Through all kinds of activities.
M: If you can actually manage to put it on.
FIT / Poor
COMFORT / Good
STYLE / Average
QUALITY / Average
VALUE / Average
BOTTOM LINE / A fun idea, but one size does not fit all, or even most.