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Old 11-23-2014, 11:37 AM
singletlover singletlover is offline
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A tri-suit is just like a wrestling singlet, but usually with padding. Not as much padding as bile shorts however. The wrestling singlet will give you the same feel and a lot cheaper. Even local sporting good stores have them in stock.

Eastbay has/had skin suits that are well made and on the cheaper cost side. Still have several. UPDATE Just looked and they seem to have stopped selling them. Their singlets were on sale however.

If you need help locating some please let me know.
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Old 11-23-2014, 05:58 PM
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I actually have one of the Eastbay speedsuits. It's ok, but not my favorite due to the fabric. I really like lycra that's shinier, silky and feels heavier. My favorite singlet right now is a navy Asics modified singlet. It has the best feeling fabric of anything I have and it was pretty inexpensive.
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Old 11-24-2014, 11:17 AM
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Eastbay must have changed something, since mine is a little shiny and very smooth. Cannot help getting stiff wham I put it on. Sorry to hear of the change, but now they don't sell them anymore.

New search continues……..
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Old 02-19-2015, 10:09 PM
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Default What to wear, what to wear...?

I would love to wear a thin nylon pouch thong on a boardwalk in the AM walking along like Hollywood Beach in Florida in the sunlight~ walking and letting it swing... show it off and let men check it out~ occasionally rubbing the front to ensure some swelling... mmmmm
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Old 02-19-2015, 11:06 PM
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Wasn't a pouch thong, but when a sudden thunderstorm came up, I walked back to the hotel from Fort Lauderdale beach in a purple Muscleskins classic thong. That was actually quite exciting.
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Old 03-31-2015, 03:23 PM
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If you want to try one - get one. You can wear it around the house, to sleep in, under jeans so the top appears as a tank top or wear it as fun wear with that special someone special
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Old 12-12-2015, 10:00 PM
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Default Try lycra

I have always wanted to wear a G-string speedo but up until now I haven't tried it .I often wear G-string underwear as I believe they are more comfortable and feel great.They never move from their original position.Anyway,that's my opinion.As for the G-string speedos,where would I wear them?Although there is a nude beach about 30 minutes from where I live where a lot of gay men of all ages go.Maybe I can try it there.......but I may be overdressed!Hahaha...
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Old 12-13-2015, 08:23 PM
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a well fitted sublimated superhero/villain zentai without the hood (face coverings put me in claustrophobic/panic/rage-destruction mode). Always wanted to try something like that which would double as both a costume I could go to the geeky conventions in, as well as fetish gear.

It would have to be Eddie Brock/Venom because I enjoy darker colors, and the image of him being chained above a fire while his skin tight symbiot-suit melted off to reveal he was going commando helped me realize my attraction to men at a rather early age. It didn't hurt that a lot of the artists that drew him gave him a rather generous bulge. He still gives me nice dreams.
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Old 08-28-2017, 11:29 PM
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I have a red and turquoise tri suit made in 1987. It has a thin pad made of fabric as opposed to real or fake chamois. The fabric tri suit pad is much quicker drying than a cycle shorts pad.
The triathlete has to swim first and gets onto his bike while still wet. His body weight on the saddle will squeeze out some water then his body heat will dry out the suit and pad.
The suit has to be comfortable while running in the third section of the race, a thick pad would get in the way of free running action. My tri suit has zips up the sides of the legs allowing extra fabric behind the zips to open up making the legs looser for the running section.

Me in 1987 Canterbury Triathlon bike section: http://five.flash-gear.com/npuz/puz....874&k=60366358
Me in 1987 Canterbury Triathlon run section: http://three.flash-gear.com/npuz/puz...752&k=19919886

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