Jocks or thongs - tight pouch needed

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by bizzibill, Jun 14, 2006.

  1. bizzibill

    bizzibill New Member

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    When I wear a jock or thong I want to feel the support - I do not want to "hang loose" - what suggestions do you guys have?
     
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    i'd personally suggest bike jockstraps
     
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    I noted in your profile that you enjoy cycling. There must be a plethora of sites where you can get valid answers for your question from a biker's prospective. I am also confident that there are plenty of bikers here on LPSG. You will soon see a wealth of information from other replies to your post. I noted above that someone recommended a bike for a biker.

    Based on what little I know about biking, I suspect that you do not desire a bike with a cup!!!! Just a thought.
     
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    if you really want to keep everything close try a swimmers jock.

    i like the top jock.
     
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    Bike jockstraps have to long a pouch for me - I go for something snugger: anyone know of jocks with lycra or spandex pouch?:wink:
     
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    aussie bum makes a great jock in a slinkier fabric. so does n2n. i like both...
     
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