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beachfolks

Date Posted:07/24/2003 12:38:13Copy HTML

For the few of us who wear the very minimal male sack or stringless pouch suits (like the Koala Ultra-Extreme) I would like to hear from others where they are able to wear these suits and what is the reaction if any. Also what is the womens reaction (Sorry ladies you cannot participate). I have been wearing them at Ft DeSoto and Ohio beaches for some time now and like most, I get more comfortable wearing this type of suit as time goes by. My fantasy is to roller blade in my ultra-extreme.
tbacktom #1

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/24/2003 12:47:49Copy HTML

I haven seen one of these.  Can you post a link?

It sounds like something I'd like to try because I also love to push exposure to the extreme sometimes.  However,  I love the feeling of the straps on my hips and between my cheeks, even if the very tiny strings.

One question about the stringless pouch.  From the back and sides, there's no way people would know you're "covered."  I know this could be a thrill, but would invite problems with the law, wouldn't it?

 

Tom

beachfolks #2

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/24/2003 04:46:39Copy HTML

tbacktom
Thanks for the interest, yes, I love to push things to the very extreme too. There's nothing like nude, so as close to nude as possible is best.
Try the Koala Website www.koalaswim.com and look for the "ultra-Extreme". Yes, it is pushing things to the Ultra-Extreme", but the suit covers your equipment and therefore meets most laws which require covering the sexual organs, does not cover the anus though so not strictly legal in some states, look on www.naturistresources.com to look this up. I think the sack is more comfortable than a thong or gstring.
I experienced one sheriffs deputy who saw me on the beach from the rear and got huffy, but he backed off after seeing the front. Mostly I have no problem, wife says too bare though.
It's a real thrill to wear on public beaches, but I've become used to it after some time. Dore has provided an even smaller "no frills" version with a drawstring which is the only good way to hold the sack on. Dore's version is mesh, much smaller than Koala and shows a lot of the shaft and drops quite low when you are hot.
tbacktom #3

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/24/2003 05:34:31Copy HTML

Thanks beachfolks.  I'll check those websites.  I don't know if they are for me but I'd like to try them.  Do you have any other unusual or extreme thongs or g's.

What do you think about this one?

(link emoved at moderators request - please email me if you would like to see it)

tbacktom@yahoo.com

beachfolks #4

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/24/2003 08:02:57Copy HTML

tbacktom
sorry about the link for naturist legal resources it is-
http://home.att.net/~saran/nulaw.htm
Beachfolks
beachfolks #5

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/24/2003 08:09:33Copy HTML

tbacktom- Ring Looks great, but you cannot wear it on most beaches in the US.Do you have any suggestions where you can wear in public?
ohiogstr #6

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/24/2003 01:35:48Copy HTML

Reply to : beachfolks

While I've worn g-strings in Ohio state park beaches and never had any trouble, I've never tried my Ultra Extreme at one of these parks.  Any tips, suggestions, recommendations about where to do this?  It is a hurdle I'd like to get over and need some encouragement.  The nearest thing I've seen is a fellow at Alum Creek using a minimal pouch which is held up in front with a string around his neck.  Although there is no back to it, there is a plug, I believe.  He has said that he has had no problems.  It is a hot look!   

tbacktom #7

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/24/2003 09:36:26Copy HTML

Reply to : beachfolks

tbacktom- Ring Looks great, but you cannot wear it on most beaches in the US.Do you have any suggestions where you can wear in public?

Actually, I have a few places in mind.  I've been to a couple of public clothing optional beaches where people don't care what you have on, and  aren't offended by something suggestive like that.

Also, I know of a private pool/tanning deck club in a city I travel to for business.  The club charges a reasonable entrance fee, has showers, lockers, hot tub, "private rooms" and is clothing optional, but nobody wears more than a g-string. People there think it's just fine to wear anything you want.  I've seen guys in bun-g's there.  It's 80% to 90% gay, but you see some women and couples.  The women are mostly stripperslooking to get away from guys hounding them. But when they go to the C/O pool club, they seem to be at ease and open to conversation.

Finally, I have a few secret places on public land where I go nude or thonging.

tbacktom

beachfolks #8

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/25/2003 01:45:59Copy HTML

ohiogstr-
I have worn my Ultra-Extreme at Crane Creek park, would not wear any minimal suit at Alum Creek park, (too open) although I understand there is a park on private land near Alum Creek where nude is allowable, but we have not been there.
Someone on another board said they had worn an Ultra-Extreme at Caesar creek, and we have thonged at Buck Creek State park and got friendly reactions so I wouldn't hesitate to wear my ultra-Extreme at Buck Creek if the crowd was low.

tbacktom
Do you have any recomendations?
ginostring #9

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/29/2003 11:00:10Copy HTML

Has Dore made many of these?

 

Beachfolks:  Is the one she made for you made with elastic string for the drawstring?  Do you tie yours or use a clip to secure it?  Is the sack a good fit? It sounds like you have to average your flaccid and partially excited size to get a good fit.

Has anyone else worn one with the neck strap, I've seen them somewhere for sale.  It seems to me the neck strap would launch the pouch off  if you bent back, more than support.

ohiogstr #10

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/29/2003 11:16:42Copy HTML

Gino

Re the pouch with neck strap - on several occasions, I have seen a fellow wearing one at Alum Creek.  It is held in position by a plug rather than a back strap.  Unusual concept, isn't it? 

ohiogstr #11

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/29/2003 11:30:01Copy HTML

Beachfolks

Any further comments about Crane Creek Park and your experience there with the Ultra Extreme or it's like?  I'd like to know them prior to trying it this year.  Thanks

 

beachfolks #12

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/29/2003 01:19:41Copy HTML

Reply to ohiogstr- Crane Creek has been friendly, laid back. We go to the west end and have had no bad experience over several days thonging, also have worn my Ultra-Extreme briefly with no bad comments. Some days the mosquitos are very bad though, but not every day.

beachfolks #13

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:07/29/2003 01:42:31Copy HTML

Ginostring- Per my request, Dore has furnished several pouch suits to me from both her design and also made to my design. I like her design which is briefer and simpler- just a simple small pouch with a drawstring. (very, very, small-micro) I have only tried them on, haven't worn them to the beach yet, but will try them at DeSoto next opportunity. Dore does not have it in her website.

The Ultra-Extreme is solid material and does not ventilate in the water. Black woven mesh material appears best, allows you to pee in the water without removing your swimsuit (I hope). These suits are not easy to put on, you must stuff your equipment all in. When you get it on properly you want to keep it on. Dore also made me one of more open black mesh which I feel may be too "see-thru" and not pass the ranger test at DeSoto, though I would like to wear it somewhere.

When wearing a pouch of elastic material, your equipment forms a ball- like a small tennis ball hanging low between your legs. (sorry gals) Not so good for walking much distance although it feels great for a short distance.
beachfolks #14

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:08/18/2003 03:17:41Copy HTML

Update-have been very near nude almost a week at Desoto beach in my stringless pouches, in and out of the water. The elastic drawstring doesn't work well, continues to squeeze the equipment which hurts after a while. A shoestring works good though. Dore's pouches are a bit small,(micro)the way I like them though, so i find the best way to get on is to use the elastic string as a tight noose around the equipment, then tie the pouch on, then release the noose. the tan is really good too. The pouch also continues to pass the ranger test.
ginostring #15

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:08/19/2003 11:10:16Copy HTML

Are the Dore Mesh suits rough or coarse on your skin.  I've seen some that are like sandpaper....not a good thing for your most sensitive skin.

 

So when Dore made the drawstring for the strapless pouch was it out of covered elastic string, like that for a gstring?  Is it easily tied, and do you tuck in the knot or bow?

beachfolks #16

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:08/21/2003 01:58:55Copy HTML

Ginostring-
Dore's strings are elastic. I always substitute a black not elastic shoestring ffor comfort. The most successful pouches are a little bigger- laid flat 5in wide by 5 in "tip to drawstring". The smaller size pouches tend to slip off, if too tight, you can't pee if uncut. The best material is Dore's woven mesh. It looks rough, but no difficulty with chafing, passes the ranger test, also viewed by sheriffs deputy drive-by and not commented on at DeSoto. The lighter, softer mesh is too see-thru, probably wouldn't pass the ranger test.
A good week at DeSoto, very nearly nude all week, and walked all over the north end of the park in my pouches and got a great tan with no tan lines.
Beachlover492000 #17

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:08/22/2003 12:03:31Copy HTML

I purchased a Koala Ultra Extreme but never had the balls to wear it (excuse the pun) for two reasons. First I've go to admit that I am not well hung, and the suit did not feel secure on me. Some guys say that they put rubber bands around it to hold it up, but that's not for me. Second, I had a very good relationship with the rangers who patrolled Cranes Beach where I would have worn it and did not want to make their job harder. Total nudity was forbidden on that beach, and if I was laying on my belly for a butt tan it would have looked like I was totally nude. That would have had the blue noses up at the ranger office complaining about "THE naked men on the beach."

This spring some old biddy who was writing for the Boston Globe spotted a man nude sunbathing on Crane's beach. She wrote a column about it, and that set the beach patrol into a frenzy. They had cops down there on trikes every weekend day. I continued to wear my Koala feline suit with not problems, but I still had my day disrupted by the intrusion of the law looking for perps.

I don't care what people wear, but I also don't want to see a good thing ruined. The fact that the Boston Globe made a big deal out of this shows that the liberal press is not on our side, at least in the Boston area. I would prefer to not rock the boat, and for that reason I would never wear a strapless suit on the beach. Besides, I kind of like my tan lines over my hips.

beachfolks #18

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:08/22/2003 01:55:31Copy HTML

Beachlover-
Yes, just appearing in public so bare takes some balls too, but you get used to it.

I concurr that elastic is not the ideal retainer for the ultra-/extreme type of pouch/suit. Just poke a hole in the backside hem of the "Ultra-Extreme" and thread a shoestring around as a drawstring. It's simple to do-I did it on the beach with a sharp stick in about 5 minutes. This does 2 things- #1 enlarges the tied-off length about 1 inch to better accomodate your equipment and: #2 provides a drawstring which does not pinch any tighter than you tie it.

Cannot help with your beach patrol relations though. Some states have laws which prohibit showing your rear end or certain parts of your anatomy, some (like Florida) are more liberal. There is a website which I cited in an earlier posting on this website which lists all the state laws regarding nudity.
Good luck.

beachfolks #19

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:09/05/2003 06:45:13Copy HTML

There should be a new swimsuit category name for the pouch suits like the Ultra-Extreme. Does "Baggie" sound OK? It implies small(which they are) anf "Fun" (which they are. Please comment
Slinggirl #20

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:09/05/2003 10:19:16Copy HTML

Just from a womens perspective, and I understand the fact that it was not solicited, what you'r wearing is , yuk!

If it turns you on, more power too you.

Ex_Member #21

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:09/05/2003 12:20:25Copy HTML

i have to agree with slinggirl on this one. I think that a g-string will be my limit on how extreme i go for a bathingsuit. i think it's just too weird to just have a pouch attached to the waistband elastic. but whatever makes you happy.

BiSmoothy #22

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:09/05/2003 02:24:34Copy HTML

I have a couple of pouches...one in nude, the other in black. The nude looks the best, I think. I wear a c-ring with them...helps get the package into the snug pouch. Wearing a pouch is sexually exiting, which is a good thing because I've found pouches fit better if I'm slightly erect. The c-ring helps keep me that way, too. Some women may find pouches "yuk," but then I'm not trying to impress women...it just feels good.
beachfolks #23

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:09/06/2003 02:13:54Copy HTML

Thanks Slingirl for the womens perspective. I agree, the baggie is not for looks over the nude male appearance. The reason for the baggie is after all just to (barely) meet the beach nudity laws.
The baggie doesn't have a waistband. It's only a bag about 3in in diameter, 5in long or so with a drawstring or elastic to hold it on. It stays on better if there is plenty length. The shorter size tightens to a ball appearance, but not so comfortable.
Beachlover492000 #24

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:09/06/2003 11:59:48Copy HTML

I agree with the sentiments that others have expressed here. I don't wear my Koala suits to impress women or anyone else. I?e been married for almost 20 years, and I?e no interest in having an affair with someone else. If someone finds me attractive, that? great, but it's not essential. When I was much younger I tried the swingers thing and did not care for it. One great committed relationship is better than any affair will ever be.

I wear my koala suits because they feel great; I feel great when I am wearing them; and I go home with a really wonderful tan.

beachfolks #25

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:09/06/2003 11:30:21Copy HTML

Why do men wear and feel comfortably covered in the very small pouch suits/gstrings with a waistband, when their anatomy allows the pouch to be well supported without the waistband? The waistband and the rear strap don't hide anything, just crates tan lines.
The mens "baggie" suits such as the Koala "Ultra-Extreme" should be compared to the WW suits for Women which serve only to (barely) meet the nudity law requirements, but allow maximum exposure. (Of course what the women expose is usually more curvey and pleasant to view)
beachfolks #26

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:11/01/2003 03:07:55Copy HTML

We just returned from St Pete where we spent 4 wonderful October weeks in the warm October sun on the beach at Ft DeSoto. Will be posting a very positive beach update on the FtDeSoto topic soon. I'm still wearing a "baggie" drawstring suit all day every day on the beach, and also for cookout/picknicking at FtDeSoto in the evening, and find that even the semi-transparent Dore black open mesh stretch material "baggie" suit met the Ranger test and also the Sheriff deputy patrol test OK. Occasionally the patrols had to look twice or ask if you're actually wearing a swimsuit because your rear view is totally bare. (The front view is almost bare too.)

The larger version bag (5in long, 5in wide- flat dimension) fits the male equipment best, stays on well and is more comfortable for all day wear. Unlined open mesh black stretch material is also more suitable due to easier "stretch" than the woven type stretch material and is more open to allow peeing in the water.

The resulting good tan is for all purposes the same as fully nude, no strap marks, the mesh even allows some "tan-thru" of the male equipment. Walking is "exciting", but due to hang down, you won't want to walk long distances.

There was only one other male present at the beach wearing a "stringless" suit, he said his swimsuit was from the Netherlands and attached by a clip arangement.

flthonger #27

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:11/02/2003 06:02:20Copy HTML

39-cent solution...

Don't spend dollars on a stringless pouch from Dore (as much as I love her other stuff). Go to WalMart and look in the ladies stockings section for nylon footies. They come in golf-ball sized plastic containers, in various colors. You could have 5 different colors for $1.50

Roll up the footie 'to size', and slip it on. Goes great with leather snap-on straps. If you really need a string or thong strap, you could probably add one. Be creative.

See ya at pensacola/navarre.

 

FL

beachfolks #28

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:11/03/2003 01:06:32Copy HTML

Baggie suits-

With all due respects to flthonger, something more substantial than a "footie" is required with a drawstring to keep it on if you want to wear a baggie all day for sunning, wading, walking the beach-forget swimming in them.
My experience is that even the "Koala Ultra-Extreme" which has lots of strategicly placed elastic doesn't stay on very well for all day use, I had to add a drawstring to keep it on long term. Possibly a larger oversize bag would stay on with elastic, but I did not try it.

Dore made my baggies per my order, they are used as simple bags with drawstrings, although I originally asked for her to include a cuff like the "Ultra-Extreme". Dore does not have them in her online catalog the last time I looked, but she will make items to order from swimsuit material.

The advantage is to completely eliminate support straps and their tanlines for a fully "nude" feel and tan.
sailor250 #29

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:11/04/2003 07:54:51Copy HTML

Has anyone worn one of these on a Public beach other than Ft. Desoto?  How about South Beach?

I think it would be a good idea to somehow alert the lifeguards that you are clothed, so they don't get upset when they see your naked waist and ass, and also so that if someone complains, they can tell them, "he's covered in front, thank you for noticing"

Recently I thought I might want to wear one in the back yard of the hotel, sort of secluded, where recently there was a nude sun deck, but now without the fence, the deck and shrubs you can be seen by those on a sidewalk coming from the beach.  I didn't have one with me.  Seeing the lack of trouble with the tiniest gstring, and how males and females in the hot tub and lounges talked to me while in a gstring I thought that getting maximum sun without a waistband, but without full genital exposure might just work.   I haven't seen any of these on the beach myself.  I've worn mine on clothing optional beaches and pools many times.  On some nude tolerant beaches, with occassional visits by the rangers who don't want you to be nude, this design seems to be a trouble maker, unlike a g string design that shows you're wearing something from any angle.  I've got some that don't cover anything in the front, like a BunnG, but if my back is to them, they think I'm just wearing another G string, the opposite of these baggy suits.

beachfolks #30

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:11/04/2003 12:59:00Copy HTML

That is the lifeguard's problem, not the wearers problem. At DeSoto, I've had a few instances where they think you are nude. Mostly the rangers are very polite, will ask if you are nude, and when you say you're clothed, they accept and leave without even looking, even if it just means going around you, usually say "sorry to bother you" and go on. Once several years ago, a Sheriffs deputy known for being non-friendly demanded to see my front, then apologized afterward for asking.
TGordon #31

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:12/07/2003 03:32:55Copy HTML

How may guys here have worn a pouch suit no straps, out in public. I love to wear as minimal of a suit as I can especially, g- stings or just nude when I can. However, I have never worn my pouch in public. I have great little black pouch that I workout in at home, but have never worn it out in public. Have any guys here worn a strapless suit and if yes, what were you experiences? I think next summer I will throw caution to the wind and just go for it. The only thing from the back I look totaly nude which I don't mind just how other will react. There is something about being almost naked in public with nothing on but a pouch. Look forward to hearing others input. TGodon
beachfolks #32

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:12/07/2003 12:58:32Copy HTML

Reply to TGordon regarding pouch suits -no straps-

This thread on "Stringless" pouches has been going for some time and should answer most of your questions. I have been calling them "Baggies" for lack of any other category or designation and my version, I also use a drawstring to make them more secure. Please join in the debate. My feeling is that this very bare suit should and could be popularized. Has a lot of advantages, the tan is great- about as close to nude as you can get although one sharp critic noted the most important area remains un-tanned.

I find them allowable by good long term experience at Ft. DeSoto in Florida, and have also worn at a state park in Ohio without comment, but takes some "Balls" to wear in public. The baggie suits certainly meet General Florida law which requires covering the sexual organs, Someone (possibly our moderator)also informed on an older bulletin board that he had worn a Koala Ultra-Extreme at Lauderdale. I would not hesitate to wear them wherever thongs, gstrings, micros, are allowable. Please inform us regarding your experiences.
sailor250 #33

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:12/12/2003 09:52:03Copy HTML

So far I've only worn mine at clothing optional venues.  The suits are provocative because from most all angles you are nude.  I have some in different colors including flesh color, transparent and opaque.  I even have one that is called the "foreskin" suit, and you can imagine what part of the body is still exposed when I wear that one.  I have another, white semi transparent called the "ballsy" that  exposes, well you get it.

The only public beach I could see getting away with the most modest of them would be South Beach.  I might get up the nerve to wear one in a hotel hot tub or a coed sauna someday.

The other place it might work is a clothing optional but restricted place.  I've been to a beach where all manners of small suits are worn and some strip nude to sun bathe or "rest" their suits, and then put on thongs or suits to go down to the water or walk around. This way you'd be following the letter of the law, but by only a few square inches.

beachfolks #34

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:12/17/2003 12:19:04Copy HTML

Sailor-
Regarding your comment about the "Stringless" pouch suits for males ---The suits I call "Baggies"

"The other place it might work is a clothing optional but restricted place. I've been to a beach where all manners of small suits are worn and some strip nude to sun bathe or "rest" their suits, and then put on thongs or suits to go down to the water or walk around. This way you'd be following the letter of the law, but by only a few square inches."

Do you have any beach recommendations? Are these beaches at the "clothing optional" clubs in the Carribean?
beachfolks #35

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:12/26/2003 02:01:24Copy HTML

T Gordon
Hope you all had a Merry Christmas.
We haven't heard from you recently regarding your pouch suit. Have you thrown caution to the winds and tried out your pouch suit on a beach yet?
The nearly nude feeling is really great.
sailor250 #36

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:01/20/2004 12:22:49Copy HTML

We recently visited Atlantic Shores Resort in Key West.  They have a pool, beach and pier which have been clothing optional for years, and in recent years the majority out there have been nude, and some in thongs; the majority of thongs on women who are topless.

Recently they changed their policy and though you can still tan nude on your chaise lounge they want you to wear something while walking around or swimming.  While nudists are not happy about it I saw that it would promote thong wearing and I was right.  There were several men and women who wore thongs when up, and more that wore them while sunning too.

One day while there I wore my suit which is a "open ended" strapless suit.  This suit was the smallest out there.  The pool attendents were asking those walking around nude to cover up but never asked me to wear more.....so here's a place where nude is seen, thongs are worn, and now the suits which expose some things usually covered are accepted. 

I wore the suit only for a few hours.

Nudist #37

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/02/2004 10:58:26Copy HTML

I live in the St Petersburg area, Florida and I have been unable to find a decent backless thong - a completely backless thong for a man, that's held in the front by friction and has no string across the back, sometimes called a "sack" or "pouch." Ideally, I would like to find one that's shaped like a triangle in front just like any other thong, but maybe has detachable strings, I can put on or take off when I want to take extended walks on the beach, or lay out to sunbathe.  Also, if possible made of tan-through material. I've looked the ones in a few catalogs, link koalawear and prevail but they were either way too small for me, or look too much like a sock I'd wear on my foot.

I found out these are completely legal to wear to our locals beaches, only the genitals have to be covered up, but I have had absolutely no luck finding any venders, either locally or online who sell such an item. It's getting to be frustrating. I gave up attempting to make one myself. I know such a thong exists, but it does not appear to be readily available to the US consumer. I once talked to an older guy who was wearing one at the local beach and he told me he bought it in Denmark. Maybe skinz in Clearwater can custom make one?
 
Unfortunately, we don't have any nude beaches on this side of Florida but this is the closest one can get to being nude and remain within the law. In the past, I would lay out on my front, and untie my G-string back, so I would be nude across the back, but I don't know if this wise. I would feel much safer wearing something that stays on when I get up if a park ranger or cop ever questioned me.
Fred
beachfolks #38

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/03/2004 12:45:56Copy HTML

Nudist Fred-Try the Pouch thread on this website- lots of info-- Dore will provide them if you order and provide dimensions- Try 3in wide, by 5in deep to start. Tie your baggie on with a shoestring(you will need to provide the tie, Dore provides only an elastic drawstring which continues to compress and is painful after wearing). Too small and the pouch will come off.
DeSoto is a good place to wear it,Let us know if other Florida beaches accept your pouch. Feels good, near to nude.
beachfolks #39

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/03/2004 02:01:26Copy HTML

Nudist Fred-
Sorry for the size error in the previous post- my memory is faulty due to too much sun. The Dore-made "baggies" I have found best are round bottomed drawstring sacks 5in long, 5in wide- flat dimension. For me, this fits the male equipment best, stays on well and is more comfortable for all day wear. Dore's unlined open-mesh black stretch material is also most suitable due to easier "stretch" than the heavier woven type stretch material and is more open to allow peeing in the water. It's a little thin, see-thru close-up, but not at a distance, but if you're a nudist, you get used to being exposed.

The resulting full tan is for all purposes the same as fully nude, no strap marks, the open mesh even allows some "tan-thru" of the male equipment. Walking is "exciting", The wife and I play ball on the beach for exercise while Im wearing a "baggie", but due to hang down, you won't want to walk long distances.
Nudist #40

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/14/2004 09:02:13Copy HTML

Beachfolks,
Yes this thread has given me many great helpful ideas. I haven't been to Ft Desoto for a long time, and in the past, I've always layed out on my front side with G-string back untied, then tie it back together when I wanted to get up. I have also done this on Redington Shores. I'm sure this is technically legal, since my private parts are covered, but I have always felt uneasy and nervious, therefore never really enjoyed backless sunbathing on the beach.

It's been frustrating, trying to find a stringless thong that would solve my problem. Sport Europa catalog had a great one in their catalog, but they went out of business years ago, before I got to order one. I ordered an "Ultra Extreme" from koala and I promptly returned it, because it wasn't much bigger than a condom. I assume it's not designed for well endowed men. WAY TOO small for me! I sent an email to Dore. I trust it won't bounce back to me as "undeliverable" or "over quota" and I will get a reply.

When wearing such a pouch, it would probably be advisible to shave the pubic hair, as many nudists do anyway.

Thanks,
Fred

Nudist #41

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/14/2004 11:53:13Copy HTML

Dore promptly replied back, but told me I will need to join their Yahoo group, to see some photos of the strapless pouch I'm interested in ordering. It seems I had to jump through all kinds of hoops with Yahoo just to join the Yahoo group, and was unable to complete my required profile as I was unable to upload my required photo due to server trouble. This is getting rediculous, I never thought ordering a thong would be this much trouble.

Does anybody here have some decent photos of this product, just so I can see how it looks and fits on a person? You may email me directly at fappleyard@mindspring.com

Fred

beachfolks #42

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/15/2004 12:54:24Copy HTML

The Yahoo group is independant of Dore-Just a satisfied customer, but he insists on photos. We are not into photos either. Dore's product is low cost enough to throw it away if you do not like. To see what the stingless pouch looks like see the Koala Website- Ultra-Extreme.
beachfolks #43

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/15/2004 01:07:23Copy HTML

Nudist Fred- more info-

The "Ultra-Extreme" is effectively enlarged by threading a drawstring into the hem, because as sold, the elastic is about 2in into the bag. The 5in wide by 5in deep "Baggie" dimensions I provided are the same as the Ultra-Extreme dimensions if you thread a drawstring into the hem.

You may want to ask Dore for larger baggie dimensions if the Ultra-Extreme you purchased is much too small. You can solve your size problem with a tape measure. Just measure and ask Dore to make it to your size.
azcraig #44

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/15/2004 10:25:51Copy HTML

If one wanted to go to this extreme why not get some of that paint on latex stuff and just paint over the parts that must be "covered". Would that count as being covered? Really I don't see the point of wearing anything once you go to the extreme of a stringless pouch kind of thing
beachfolks #45

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/16/2004 01:24:41Copy HTML

Craig-
Sorry, the paint wouldn't pass the "Ranger Test" in Florida. Maybe you have a spot in Arizona to use it, but most beaches which would allow paint would allow nude. Yes, the "Baggies" have a lot of advantages.
PS-- thanks for the Arizona updates.
Nudist #46

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/16/2004 10:44:52Copy HTML

Besides that, paint or latex doesn't breathe or allow any sunlight through which would be very unconfortable. Pinellas County Park code specifically says paint, latex or tattoes does not serve the purposes of the definition of a fully opaque covering. A pouch or thong made of that tan-through fabric would work.

Fred

beachfolks #47

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/17/2004 12:47:37Copy HTML

Nudist Fred-

Thanks for the information regarding the Pinellas park code. I didn't know such a code existed. What does the park code say about requiring a string on the back side? This is the only item which has ever caused any hassle when wearing my "baggie" suit at DeSoto.

I mostly wear only my little drawstring pouch "baggie" made of Dore's black mesh which is see-thru up close, but opaque at any distance. Over the period of several years wearing "baggies", certain of the rangers have asked me to wear a suit with a back string, but most have been OK with wearing the "Baggie", even apologetic when they have inspected and found I have some coverage. I wear it sunning on the beach, walking, playing ball with my wife on the beach, and even for picnicing in the far north beach picnic area. I stay away from the most popular beach front and childrens area though. Eliminates the tan lines.

Do you have a link to the actual Pinellas park Code and requirements?
rogerp #48

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:04/20/2004 01:36:08Copy HTML

I made a "baggie" type covering and have a worn it by it's self a few times and under my swimsuit many times. I used a nylon case with a pull string fastener and a spring type button that keeps it closed. It does keep my genitals somewhat turgid.

Roger
sailor250 #49

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:05/31/2004 05:14:33Copy HTML

I've heard that Dore can custom make these, and has made many.  I hear that you can have an elastic opening, a draw string of elastic string or plain string.  Check out the Dore group on Yahoo Groups.
Nudist #50

Re:Baggies - Stringless - strapless or C-string suits for males. (Suits with no side straps)

Date Posted:06/09/2004 05:48:25Copy HTML

I just received my strapless pouch fromDoretoday. It fits pretty good, but barely stays on.It's my understanding this is ok to wear for sunbathing at Ft Desoto Park, although one ranger might complain about the lack of a strap? Does theranger justrepremand you, that you should have some kind of strap or does he order you to wear one? What about Sheriff's deputies? Nobody has mentioned a word of encounters with Pinellas deputiesat Ft Desoto.What about the other Pinellas beaches, such as Redington Shores? I have layed out there a few times in the pastwith G-string back completely untied with no problem, but then nobody hascomplained yet.I was last there in earlyMay.I have found Redington Shores to be a very thong-friendly beach. Very few people go there, and I don't see any of thehostile rednecks or homophobes therelike Iread about on Madeira Beach.Redington Shores is apparentlynot routinely patrolled by police like the other beaches, so one doesn't get the feeling they alwayshave a cop breathing down their neck.If the strapless pouch is ok to wear there for sunbathing, I might go there instead of Ft Desoto. It's much closer to me,only 5 miles vs 25 miles to Ft Desoto Park.One time a few years ago, ayoung collegeguy therelaughed and said something funny about my thong "I'm always too scared to wear one of those, because I'd be tooafraid it might fall off."Fred
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