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Old 09-05-2016, 02:52 PM
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For some reason I still receive Suplay wrestling catalogue. Not that I mind, seeing grownup boys in singlets. There was this comment on one page: "We now carry a full selection of two piece uniforms now allowed in many states". Basically they are offering a rash guard type shirt and comparison shorts. Reading on websites it appears boys are not going out for wrestling due to having to wear singlets. Well I question how a two piece gear is any different. I guess this is the same thing in swimming, from bikini to jammers.

Anyone heard of this issue?
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Old 09-06-2016, 05:17 PM
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No. But I find it intriguing. I can only imaging two-piece wear while wrestling would actually lead to more bare skin being shown as the two pieces get grabbed and pulled apart. Maybe guys are getting them that want to show more, not less?
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Old 09-07-2016, 11:29 AM
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I would hope that was the case, but I am afraid it is not. I do not think it will be adopted all over, but then Jammers took the swimming world by storm. Another swim item I do not understand.
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Old 09-08-2016, 04:36 PM
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I would hope that was the case, but I am afraid it is not. I do not think it will be adopted all over, but then Jammers took the swimming world by storm. Another swim item I do not understand.

If you want to, check out some of my posts to get one guy's perspective on his love for jammers.
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Old 09-10-2016, 01:48 PM
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For some reason I still receive Suplay wrestling catalogue. Not that I mind, seeing grownup boys in singlets. There was this comment on one page: "We now carry a full selection of two piece uniforms now allowed in many states". Basically they are offering a rash guard type shirt and comparison shorts. Reading on websites it appears boys are not going out for wrestling due to having to wear singlets. Well I question how a two piece gear is any different. I guess this is the same thing in swimming, from bikini to jammers.

Anyone heard of this issue?

Having had a look at websites that talk about these two piece uniforms, it is obvious that they are not compression shorts, tight as we know them but a looser fight short which is almost certainly not as "revealing" as singlets or compression shorts
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Old 09-12-2016, 03:12 PM
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I have no doubt the singlet is an issue for some guys new to wrestling. If the two piece gets them into the sport, I am fine with that. The jammer opened swimming to guys not willing to wear a brief. For the sake of the sport I am fine with making it more welcoming. When I was coaching a swim team I found many of the jammer guys eventually switched to briefs. I also agree with Cap Jam. There are lots of cool form fit jammers out there that look hot on the right guy. Wear what makes you feel good!
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Old 09-12-2016, 03:45 PM
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Dylan, Bill and Joe have all of these. Josh is at least curious.
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