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Beachlover492000 #51

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

Date Posted:06/10/2004 09:03:54Copy HTML

If there is a style suit which might give you problems with the rangers and sheiff deputies at For DeSoto, it's the strapless thong. The trouble with the thing is that you appear to be nude from so many angles. Total nudity is prohibited, but guys have told me that so long as you are wearing a suit, the rangers will not bother you.

I.m a proud Koala guy, and my current favorite is the Feline suit. It's very small, but I have never had a problem. In fact I've evey had a conversation with a ranger after I helped push her truck ot of the sand. Usually I'm the barest person on the beach, but almost every time I've go to Fort Desoto there has been someone who was wearing a suit that was a bit more risque than mine. But all of those suits had side straps.

To me the strapless thong is more trouble than it is worth. I bought one a few years ago and could not get it to work. It was always slipping down to show more of me that I wanted, and it felt like it was always one slip away from falling off. Some guys use rubber bans to keep it up, but I could not bothered. I finally threw is out with out wearing it to beach and chalked it up to experience.

Nudist #52

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

Date Posted:06/10/2004 09:58:05Copy HTML

I would wear a thong with straps for walking around, I can add my own strings to the strapless pouch, since I ordered it with loops. I primarily want to use the pouch for sunbathing, mostly my back.

What about using the pouch on other beaches such as Redington Shores?
Fred
sailor250 #53

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

Date Posted:06/18/2004 10:17:20Copy HTML

Has anyone worn these on South Beach?  I have thought about wearing a strapless suit once or twice while there.  I think the "nude" look while on you stomach would cause more stir than the "bare" pubes and waist when everyone could see you're wearing something while up or on your back.
TGordon #54

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

Date Posted:06/19/2004 01:23:03Copy HTML

I have black pouch suit.  I bought it while back, but still have not worn mine in public.  It fits good and will no slip off but since there are no straps I look nude from the back.  It is a really comfortable suit and I love feel.  I usally wear really skimpy suits but this is even skimpy for me.  I wish more guys wore them because they are really not suits.  It is almost like you are nude.
beachfolks #55

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

Date Posted:06/23/2004 09:48:28Copy HTML

Ive worn a strapless suit a lot to DeSoto over several years, mostly the rangers pass right by, One time in the picnic area the ranger asked me if I was nude, and when I said I had a suit on, he said OK, just no nudity. On 2 occasions separated by several years, rangers have asked me to put on a back strap. The last comment occasion was on the 2nd visit by a ranger who was more concerned about a very large pile of sand someone had dug and piled up on the beach than concerned with my suit. The suit seemed to be an afterthought on the 2nd visit.
My most frequently used suit was made by Dore from her black mesh material, see-thru close up, but not from any distance. It's just a sack with a shoestring for a drawstring.
nadathing #56

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

Date Posted:06/25/2004 10:01:04Copy HTML

One thing I'm curious about is to what extent does this baggie style show just what size and shape your package is. Dore's push out style, of which a have a few, displays what you have, though it is not actually visible unless the fabric is see-through (whether that is when dry or only when wet.) Does the baggie style do this? I would think it would, but I don't know.
beachfolks #57

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

Date Posted:06/25/2004 01:28:05Copy HTML

If the baggie is tight, your equipment will form to round like a tennis ball between your legs, if the baggie is loose and is thin compliant material, generally you will see some appearance of the equipment
beachfolks #58

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

Date Posted:10/28/2004 02:47:20Copy HTML

In reply to a question-
Dore will make the "strapless" pouch/sack/baggie suits nearly any way you want, but she makes her own drawstrings of elastic swimsuit material-Dore says she doesn't have anything else in stock. Her price is very low for the bags and they last forever.

I've tried the elastic drawstrings and they give too much, hurt the equipment after a while, so I substitute a shoestring which I find comfortable, wear it all day. Mesh is a requirement to allow you to pee in the water.

Just a plain sack of Dore's non-shiny black mesh is my preference. "Laid flat" dimensions 5in wide by 5in deep fits me OK, if you have difficulty to keep it on, the sack is too small, so ask her to make another larger one. The black mesh is "see thru" at closeup, but at any distance it's OK

I have worn "Baggie" pouches most of the time for several years at DeSoto.
sailor250 #59

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

Date Posted:10/30/2004 10:07:47Copy HTML

Has anyone seen anyone else with the balls (and whatelse it takes to hold these on) to wear them in public. 

 

 

Though I own a couple I've only worn them at clothing optional places. 

 

I once saw a guy on a public beach near a clothing optional area, you know how the coverage changes as you walk along, clothed to topless to nude, and he wasn't even in the topless section.  He was there two days in a row and many saw him without causing him any trouble.  I've got to say he didn't have a toned body, but he was getting attention, but no trouble.

JM_Runs #60

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

Date Posted:11/19/2004 04:45:27Copy HTML

These don't appear to me to be suits you wear in the water, or do anything else in but layout. I'd be afraid it would fall off. On women I think they look sexy. On men ...  well I'm not sure. I would like to try one on, however.
notherbigr #61

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

Date Posted:11/21/2004 01:49:19Copy HTML

The modern replacement for those "sideless" swimsuits are the new swimsuits with the clear elastic sides.  For all intents and purposes, these look like you have no side straps whatsoever.  They are quite intruiging and they obviously are alot more practical than the old style with the wire.  I have two pairs of swimsuits with these and they are quite nice (from Skinz).  Very, very revealing.  My only gripe with them is that the straps do not "breathe" very well, so the skin under them gets a bit heated up.   There are examples for sale around the internet if you look.  I've noticed that even Lifestyles, the tan-through company, has a few examples.
leo40 #62

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

Date Posted:01/28/2005 12:56:24Copy HTML

I just bought a Dore strapless pouch, the kind that is just an elastic bag with no back and no waistband. I really like it. It covers all with a true form fit. Unlike a Koala "Ultra Extreme" suit bought years ago, it is very comfortable and does not fall off. I paid $8 plus S&H.
wr1944 #63

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

Date Posted:01/28/2005 05:36:28Copy HTML

I had one with a drawstring in red mesh. It was very comfy to wear. A real naked feeling but not for the average beach. With me only 1 cm (1/2 inch) of the shaft was visible. Is this normal or is this just my anatomy?
BermudaJazz #64

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

Date Posted:02/16/2005 05:49:52Copy HTML

I am interested in the Dore Strapless suit. Would it be best to order a drawstring style or the elastic style? Will the elastic style stay on while swimming? Thanks.
wr1944 #65

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

Date Posted:02/17/2005 06:09:00Copy HTML

With a drawstring you can adjust the "tension" of the string. With an elastic band you have a lot to fiddle to put it on and you can not regulate the holding force or the level of confort.
With a drawstring completely loose, you can slide it over your equipment without any fiddling and draw the ends until you are satisfied with the tension.
Anyway the feeling when walking is of complete nakedness.
underwater #66

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

Date Posted:02/18/2005 08:53:45Copy HTML

I can't seem to find a web site for Dore. I'm interested in the stapless pouch. Can anyone help?
leo40 #67

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

Date Posted:02/19/2005 03:27:43Copy HTML

underwater, Dore's main web site is www.beach-n-danc.com  The strapless isn't pictured there, but mine which I bought lately cost $8 plus her standard $4 S&H. Mine is yellow with elastic opening. I specified depth 5" and it fits a lot like her "torpedo" suits.
Jazz Skirt #68

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

Date Posted:05/20/2005 11:39:51Copy HTML

My handy wife made me a "thong" that consists of a gold chain around the waist that holds onto a flashy lame' pouch in the front.  There is no "string" or fabric through the legs at all; the pouch has an elastic around my equipment that holds the pouch firmly in place---and incidentally presents my equipment in a "gathered up front" format.  The feel is extraordinary, the look is terrific, and the one thing people seem to complain about the most about thongs---the g-string riding up and binding---is simply non-existent!  It's very attractive from behind, as well, with only the gold chain around my waist and no "dividing line" between the cheeks.  I'm trying to get her to market this "thong of sorts", because I can't imagine anyone who wears traditional thongs or g-strings not being thrilled with this great improvement.  Does anyone have knowledge of a similar garment being offered anywhere?
wr1944 #69

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

Date Posted:05/21/2005 07:30:21Copy HTML

To name one: Dore makes backless thongs.
You have an elastic band at the bottom of the puch which goes upwards around the base of your equipment.
I had one but it was a flappy affair, until I used a butt-plug. Then it fitted quite good but not as good as strings or regular thongs.
wackymac #70

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

Date Posted:05/21/2005 03:48:21Copy HTML

That design has been around since the 70s.  I first bought one from Sunset House, a catalog that we got in the mail that had all sorts of household gadgets.  Since then, International Male has sold them, calling them a "Jock Sock".  Also a company by the name of BodyAware sells a similiar design.
tangamen #71

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

Date Posted:05/22/2005 06:31:05Copy HTML

I like the idea. I may get one. Do you know where can I buy one?. It could be perfect for this summer

Keep thonging

 

leo40 #72

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

Date Posted:05/23/2005 07:48:05Copy HTML

Dore does have the kind of elastic pouch you speak of, but it isn't seen on any of her current web sites. I have one, and I like it very much. It has an elastic opening, but you can also get one with a drawstring. It is not triangle shaped, though. It has a very explicit shape outlining your equipment in considerable detail. Mine is of yellow lycra, and it cost $8 plus $4 S&H. She also calls it a "Crown Royal Bag." I wish I had more places to wear mine.
beachfolks #73

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

Date Posted:05/23/2005 11:45:56Copy HTML


Leo-
I wear my "Baggie" at DeSoto regularly- The latest of this type suit is the "Sport pouch Swimmer" at the Koala website. It sets very low and shows some of your shaft, but Koala says it stays on good. I have one, but haven't yet worn it on the beach.
beachfolks #74

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

Date Posted:08/10/2005 11:17:21Copy HTML

Answer to gstring1 message- I just asked Dore over the telephone for a sack or pouch and gave her the dimensions which are 5in wide and 5in deep when laid flat. She provides only elastic straps because she doesn't have shoestrings in stock, but I put in the shoestrings later.
The best material is her black mesh which allows you to pee in ocean while wearing the pouch, will probably be OK for you though it is a bit see-thru.
I have had dealings with Dore previously where I sent her a drawing and she followed it exactly, so you can take that approach as well.
beachfolks #75

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

Date Posted:08/10/2005 11:20:06Copy HTML

Further answer to gstring1- If it comes off, it's too small. She previously furnished a pouch using her own dimensions, but it was too small and will not stay on all day-Your equipment will deflate and expand and you come out.
sailor250 #76

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

Date Posted:01/04/2006 06:44:47Copy HTML

Has anyone seen the new suits on Koala at www.koalaswim.com?

They have a few new strapless pouch styles, one with a unique strap and buckle design to keep it on.

 

They also have some new style g-string pouches with the straps attaching to the sides of the pouch most of the way down.  This produces a unique look and good lift.  I have a pouchless string suit with the same strap attachments and it pulls up from down between your legs.  I get the same look as these suits wearing a removable pouch over the c-ring straps when I need to cover up.

beachfolks #77

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

Date Posted:01/05/2006 11:27:39Copy HTML


All the complex stuff just adds to the problems of putting it on, keeping it on, and sunning very bare, but acceptably legal. My solution is very simple, just a fitting pouch (cannot be too small-it will come off when you go into the water and you shrink) made out of sheer thin stretchy mesh (must breathe) with a shoestring (not elastic) drawstring.
It works for me. I asked Dore to make several sizes and materials to try and have 2-both her black mesh material which are really great. Since retirement my wife and I tan on a beach almost every good day.
rogerp #78

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

Date Posted:02/09/2006 07:08:35Copy HTML

Check out http://www.jock-sock.com/ looks interesting! I may buy one / make one. Disagree about the genitals should never see the light of day quip. There are and have been tribes that never wore any clothing and they seem to have done just fine. I've gone nude sunbathing many times and am doing just fine. I do see the point of needlessly exposing ones genitals to the rays of sunning beds though and would love to wear one of these puppies at the beach. BTW, how about a meeting of us thonger and SO at Assateague Island this summer!

Roger
sailor250 #79

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

Date Posted:03/01/2006 06:44:37Copy HTML

Got one of these strapless pouches from Dore.  The drawstring seems to work well enough.  The elastic has some give, making it comfortable.  The one thing I learned it that you don't want to take it off underwater if you want to put it back on underwater.  Without seeing what you're packing you can't get it right.  Had mine fall off after emerging from the hot tub when I put it on underwater.  Otherwise I've swam in it and walked around with it and it stays put.

The drawstrings are covered elastic like g strings.  I almost wish they were long enough to reach around my waist to form a waistband for times when you need to let someone know you're wearing something from behind....then untie it to lie on your stomach.   A clip on the ends of the strings would be great for that.

leo40 #80

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

Date Posted:03/05/2006 09:39:42Copy HTML

www.bodyaware.com now has a strapless pouch too.  I tried one, and it is a good fit and good quality.  All the colors are see-through and there is a thin black drawstring.  The drawstring can tie it on securely and then tuck in under the edge out of sight.  The cloth isn't particularly stretchy, but the drawstring keeps it secure.  The black one is VERY see-thru.
Gstringing #81

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

Date Posted:03/06/2006 07:58:06Copy HTML

I just ordered Skinz'  "backless."  Anyone with info on wearing it in public? at south beach or somewhere else?
beachfolks #82

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

Date Posted:03/07/2006 08:41:23Copy HTML

Several are wearing the Skinz backless at DeSoto. I would not have noticed if they didn't talk about it. Not so daring as the baggies or my narrow front skinz. The waistband makes them not so backless appearing from the back and the wide front makes them less daring in front.
JM_Runs #83

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

Date Posted:03/08/2006 05:46:09Copy HTML

Opinions, please, guys:

Because I like to get an overall tan, yet mingle with regular folks on the beach like any normal beachgoer, I usually wear a small sliding g-string that almost covers my neatly trimmed pubes.  Yet the idea of wearing just a baggie is intriguing.  I don't want to shave -- I like my pubes.  I feel more masculine, my wife likes to run her fingers thru them, and I want to look normal in the locker room.  There's an area at my favorite beach -- East Beach in Charlestown, RI -- where pretty much anything goes, so long as the cops don't catch you nude, though many do push their luck.  Here's my question:  would it be okay to lie out sunning in just a baggie, with a neatly trimmed, neatly shaped patch of pubes exposed?  It might actually be seen as somewhat artistic.  I've never been one to hide behind a windscreen, and wouldn't want to if I thought my exposure wasn't offensive.  So how about it, what do guys, and gals, think?  Is it okay for my pubes to be exposed?   

beachfolks #84

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

Date Posted:03/08/2006 09:32:52Copy HTML



The Baggie covers your sex organs and usually that is all that is required.
There is a nudist resources website which gives the specific legal requirements of each state, but occasionally a municipality has additional requirements.//
You should check out the local requirements too.

From who wears a baggie nearly all day everyday and has worn it on several beaches, but mostly DeSoto-YES-It's generally OK, and the feeling is great, just like nude.
gstring1 #85

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

Date Posted:03/09/2006 12:39:58Copy HTML

I dont have a dore's strapless pouch but do have a Koala sports pouch I have not stopped wearing since i got it.   I live on a small sail boat currently in the Bahamas and stay naked about 90% of the time .  If I am going to be on the beach with others I will wear my sports pouch.  I never shave and think that it looks best that way.  Have never had a problem with that but I have not been in the US in quiet some time so dont know what the reaction to it would be.  Here the most common remark I get is "oh i thought you were naked" which I usually responded to by saying "Oh but I might as well be".  Most then compliment me On the really "cool swimsuit" if you can call It that.  The Koala swim pouch comes with extra long strings to tie it with and I have found that it stays on best and will not come off even while body surfing in very rough seas.  I first get all of my equiment in it between the inter strings then wrap the outer long strings around my entire package then tie them like shoe strings farily tight.  The fit is almost like wearing a cock ring except you have a bag around your equiment and like was said in the posting above this gives the appearance and feel  of your package being like a tenise ball between your legs.
TGordon #86

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

Date Posted:05/14/2006 08:01:50Copy HTML

I love the look of the strapless swim pouch.  Has anyone had experience wearing one?  Where did you wear it? 

beachfolks #87

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

Date Posted:05/14/2006 11:03:07Copy HTML

Gordon- for lots of discussion on this subject. Look way back to the earlier postings on #3 list of this heading for Stringless pouches.
I have been wearing my baggie suits for several years, mostly at DeSoto, but also at many Florida beaches, also Ohio, and ocasionally see someone with a similar swimsuit. The baggie suits are just pouches with a drawstring. They seem to meet most of the beach requirements where gstrings are allowed, are cheap, easy to wear and feel like you are nude.
Koala and others make similar swimsuits, but if you read the discussions, there are drawbacks to most but the simplest baggies made of mesh materials.
TGordon #88

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

Date Posted:05/14/2006 11:21:41Copy HTML

Thanks for your response.  I acutally own a black strapless suit,  I just haven't worn it yet.  I usally wear tiny g strings or thongs.  The only reason that I haven't worn it yet was worried that I might have issues at the beach since from my  back or sides I look like I am naked.  You get a great tan in them.       
beachfolks #89

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

Date Posted:05/14/2006 10:38:33Copy HTML

T-What beach do you go to?

Some municipality beaches specifically forbid showing the butt, but the thong-friendly beach laws such as DeSoto, Miami beach etc likely are unitentionally written to specifically describe and allow stringless pouches. There is also nude website which lists and classifies these laws in the US.
G-String-Guy #90

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

Date Posted:07/06/2006 10:11:32Copy HTML

I enjoy wearing g-strings and have been looking at the strapless suits as an alternative to g strings and thongs.  I would like to hear from other guys that have worn the strapless or some call the baggie to the beach or pool.  What has been your experience, do they stay on well, what type of comments have you gotten & any issues from lifeguards or officals?  They look really comfortable and would give me a great tan.  I look forward to hearing back on others experiences.  By the way this is a great board. 
G-String-Guy #91

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

Date Posted:07/06/2006 10:26:53Copy HTML

Sounds like from several of the men here they like there strapless pouch suits.  Do you all recommend getting it with a string tie or built in elastic band?
beachfolks #92

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

Date Posted:07/07/2006 12:54:29Copy HTML

Shoestring-The only thing that works well.
JM_Runs #93

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

Date Posted:07/07/2006 01:01:11Copy HTML

From my experience with Koala's Sport Pouch and its strings, which Gstring1 describes above, and with their Testosterone Pouch, which has the straps and rings mentioned higher up above, my preference is with some sort of device for controlling the amount of holding tension, be it strings or straps.  They stay on fine for me, though the Testosterone Pouch slipped a little each time I swam last week at the beach.  By contrast, Koala's Ultra Extreme, which has an elasticized closure scheme, doesn't work for me at all, and I won't wear it at the beach, and will soon throw it out if I can't figure out how to modify it somehow.  I'm gong to check out the Bodyaware model mentioned above, as it sounds like its strings will hold it on well, and it'll let some sunlight thru onto my privates.

beachfolks #94

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

Date Posted:07/07/2006 01:46:25Copy HTML

Sliding-Just thread a shoestring into the hem of the Ultra-Extreme. That was my first successful baggie use.

I have no suggestions on how to get sunlight in though or to make it porus for urinating in the water. Perhaps you can punch holes in it. 

I asked  Dore to make a drawstring bag from black mesh which is really nice for tanning but fully see-through up close if that bothers you-(I'm OK with it), also a very small and tight bag she made for me from her black woven mesh-this compresses the equipment,- slightly see and tan-thru.

The black mesh baggie seems to pass the ranger test OK and I have worn it most..

 

G-String-Guy #95

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

Date Posted:07/07/2006 03:57:44Copy HTML

Thanks for the tips for strapless.  Does anyone know if  Dore will make custome sized baggies?  I need a large size pouch. 
beachfolks #96

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

Date Posted:07/07/2006 08:22:00Copy HTML

Dore makes them all custom- both size and material- if you can tell her what size you want.

Starting with the Koala Ultra-Extreme example--, I have some 5 in wide (laid flat drawstring side) x 5in deep which fit well, but loose. 5in wide opening x 3in deep is a nice stretch, look good, but they occasionally are difficult to keep on. The fit also varies with the material. She charged $8 plus postage for the latest purchased first of the year so you can experiment-buy several.

Dore will only put in a drawstring of stretch material. You will need to supply the shoestrings yourself.

G-String-Guy #97

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

Date Posted:07/08/2006 12:09:02Copy HTML

Thanks beachfolks for the information.  I think the strapless / baggie wil be my next suit.  I love to get a all over tan so I usally go nude when I can.  The strapless suit is sorta like being pretty close to nude. Where have you worn you the strapless and what were the comments?  Thanks again.
beachfolks #98

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

Date Posted:07/08/2006 12:50:40Copy HTML

G-Yes, the baggie is as close to nude as you can get and also keeps your equipment fully covered, so it meets most of the regulations except where they have laws which regulate minutinae such as coverage of the buttocks, pubic area, etc.  For instance; pubic area coverage is required by the regulation at DeSoto, but pubic coverage is hard to define, lots of womens swimsuits sold at department stores are very low cut, Koala and other mens thongs and micro-suits are very low cut, and the regulations publishers have further muddied up the wording on that requirement, so the rangers and deputys ignore the "pubic" requirement.

The fully nude feeling is really fantastic. It's intimidating to start (feels daring just like going nude at a public clothed beach) but once you get used to wearing the baggie in public and find it's accepted, It's really hard to go back to the coverage of a thong.

 The appearance from the back is also nude, so some are shocked to see it, and think you are nude at first glance. DeSoto park rangers and sheriffs deputys sometimes inspect it closely, some tell you to get a butt strap(so that they can better identify you are wearing something) but accept it.  As some have noted regarding all the micro-suits, It helps with the acceptance to be alongside your wife/girlfriend-less hassle. I think it's the perfect beach compliment for the ladies WW suits.

I have worn it in Florida-DeSoto(mostly-we're local there in the winte-r I often wear it from the car in the parking lot to the beach all day and back, cooking out and picknicing in the park), Also in Florida - Sand Key park, Pass-a-Grille, Sanibel-(at a  county park in the north west of the island where thongs are legal), Ohio State park beaches-where thongs and topless are legal, also in my back yard in the midwest. .

JM_Runs #99

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

Date Posted:07/08/2006 01:45:56Copy HTML

While I wear small thongs, and some are very small,  I think baggies are beyond pushing it. 

The above statement that "the baggie ....... meets most of the regulations" is just not true.  I know of nowhere it meets regulations except on beaches where nude is allowed by law, and then you are over dressed.   The fact that you can some times get away with one, in some remote corner of a more liberated beach, just because they are NOT inforceing the regulations, does not mean that it is legal, or that it does meet the regulations. 

I think you are confusing the ability to get away with somthing that is out side the rules, with somthing that meets the rules.  It's possible to get away with driving in excess of the speed limit, but that does not make it legal, or safe, or sensible.  

With regard to feeling almost nude:  I think that if you have a thong that is g-string like, very small front, narrow strap in back and thin band around the waist,  and the suit fits well, then it can fell like you have norhing on.  It has to be cut well, and be large enough that it does not cut or press in on the skin.  Some times when out running in a light and well fitting suit, it fits so softly that I am unable to feal it, and have to look down to to see how it rides. 

When you go out on a public beach and wear a baggie, or suits with out a rear strap, you are just asking for the athorities to start thining about how much a suit should cover, and they will solve it by writing a regulation.  Just what you don't want.

beachfolks #100

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

Date Posted:07/08/2006 01:50:45Copy HTML

Mako-See my post on Dore strapless pouch-does your skin protrude through the net on the net material and look fully nude? who made your baggie and please describe the net material that they used>
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