Need some advise from you guys

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by bjg30318, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. bjg30318

    bjg30318 New Member

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    I'm about to start playing with an amatuer rugby team and really need some advise. Because of the intense energy of the game I really need to be "supported". In the past I just allow the liner of what ever I'm wearing to do that job, be it swim wear or jogging shorts and such - when I bicycle my shorts do the trick (plus the oppurtunity to flassh a hardon underneath is kinda hot). These guys however are SERIOUS about the game. Although it's a gay team and they play against other gay teams they take NO prisoners when they "battle" to win.

    So, what to wear, a jock or compression shorts? The last jock I wore was the old "BIKE" brand that they gave us in highschool gym class. It STRANGLED me. So what do I need to wear, and what brand.
     
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    #2 invisibleman, Jun 23, 2009
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    I am a fan of compression shorts...keeps everything in place. Feel better too.
     
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    Wear a jock for sure. Rugby is serious business. Talk to the other guys, they may even be wearing a hard cup.
     
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    You need a pup if you're gonna play rugby, lol.
     
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    Uh, check Law 4 when it comes to cups. Hard plastic protection is expressly prohibited on a rugby pitch.

    Lycra is your friend here - short-leg compression shorts are probably the best choice, a jock is reasonable but more likely to bunch up.
     
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    Of course, since you last wore a bike things have changed a lot.

    Check out the various "jock strap" marketing websites and see for your self.

    I would not want to damage my equipment so I suggest you protect yours as best you can and spare no expense.

    Have a great day and enjoy the sport.
     
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