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beachfolks #351

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

Date Posted:07/18/2010 12:06:52Copy HTML

 Yes, with some very misinformed beach patrol guys.
BlueRay #352

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

Date Posted:07/19/2010 02:16:24Copy HTML

What happend?
beachfolks #353

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

Date Posted:07/19/2010 09:38:00Copy HTML

 Several times I have been chewed out for wearing too little, then apologized to profusely when the deputy consulted his dispatcher who told the deputy the baggie fully met the Pinellas county code. I was also kicked out of DeSoto park once for "too transparent", but that too was a sham-retaliation for objecting to another beach patrol's over-the-top enforcement of a protected bird area.(we were off-shore shelling)
I think the DeSoto beach patrol people are more reasonable now.
rjdjr #354

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

Date Posted:07/20/2010 04:06:49Copy HTML

we had trouble with the rangers and their "helpers" at barefoot beach fl.   they told us suits on males had to have a 1 inch band around the sides.  i asked when that came into effect and he said "always"  we were away from most other people of similar attire.  so we just left.  
Dave500 #355

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

Date Posted:08/11/2010 07:30:30Copy HTML

The key for me in CA is to have removable straps, even on baggies. Several times the patrol cars have slowed on approach, since I look naked face down, but when they see the strings to my sides, they drive off. Face up, I'm almost naked in a modified Dore "triple dip". I had her put clips on the suit, eliminiate the first bar on top and cut the sack in half at the bottom. Everything shows but my head and the cops ignore it. Well, one female cop watched for awhile!
SlidingG #356

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

Date Posted:09/30/2010 03:57:24Copy HTML

summer
leo40 #357

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

Date Posted:02/05/2011 01:22:20Copy HTML

Long ago, as a teen, I would improvise what are now called "baggies" and wear them on non-public lakeside locations and in canoes.  I would take an ordinary sock with a wide band of elastic at the opening, sew it closed with a rounded contour, and trim away the lower part of the sock.  Turned inside out they looked much like those now made by Dore.  Very few thongs were on the market then, and nothing of the sort would have flown on any public beach, although speedo-like briefs were much more common then they are now.
worcesterthong #358

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

Date Posted:05/01/2011 01:10:04Copy HTML

Hi folks. At the maleswimwear websites like joe snyder, n2n ,bodyaware and others, there is a swimsuit or underwear called the sock or sox or whatever.I was wondering have any of you men tried to suntan anywhere either at a hotel or beach.The basic thing when tanning on your stomach the whole rear including all is visible. I tried it just once in thailand at the sukhotai.Off course i had shaved  Nobody said anything including the waiters or the ppool boys or the people tanning but I changed because  just felt a little odd.
any oner have or done a similar thing
beachfolks #359

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

Date Posted:05/01/2011 02:43:40Copy HTML

 They are really great for tanning wherever you can wear them. Eliminates the string tan lines entirely. Feels like nude when walking and feels best when it fits tight. Stays on best when outfitted with a non-stretch drawstring. The stretchy drawstrings seem to hurt after a while.

beachfolks #360

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

Date Posted:05/02/2011 02:12:08Copy HTML

 JM-Fearless Leader-Thanks for moving these items to this thread-

I just logged on to make a reference to this thread. It has everything Worchester ever wanted to know and at least a few items he didn't ever want to know.

There are lots of swimsuit makers who offer baggies/stringless/strapless pouches, mostly listed on this thread.

Mostly the baggies squeak by to meet the letter of the legal requirements for coverage on the beach, but my experience is that some beach patrols strongly object because they receive too many complaints of "nude" males on the beach, will go beyond or bend the law or outright lie to you about the coverage ordinances to force you to wear a standard thong or gstring (or more).
bmicro #361

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

Date Posted:05/12/2011 07:02:47Copy HTML

 Wearing a baggie (only) is the only suit that I have worn that has resulted in the beach patrol stopping me. They, almost apologetically, told me that they had received complaints of a "naked man" and would I wear something that didn't look naked from the rear. I now have some crochet strings and a few "mini-bungees" that I now wear whenever I wear a baggie to the beach. Some are rather interesting!
Given some of the other suits that I have worn, I am surprised that this is the only one that has drawn such attention!
sailor250 #362

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

Date Posted:05/13/2011 02:08:32Copy HTML

bmicro- judging from what I see of you on flickr I'm surprised your "ball baring" suits don't cause a problem.  though I've worn missile no ball room suits on two occasions on south beach relatively early with few around I wouldn't have the balls to walk around with mine tanning like you do.  Mine did cause a few jaws to drop.  My suits do hold up my shaft so you see more ball baring than yours that hang the covered shaft down, but from the stares I sometimes get - staring only at my tiny suit I'm surprised.
BlueRay #363

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

Date Posted:05/15/2011 02:58:29Copy HTML

I find the baggie suit to be a fantastic suit to tan in.  No straps marks and so comfortable to wear.  A few times while wearing the baggie people have thought I was naked till I turned around but no major issues.   
bmicro #364

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

Date Posted:05/15/2011 11:18:25Copy HTML

Not a problem. I have had lifeguards breeze right past me without even slowing down. Strangely, the only issue that I have had was with a baggie looking like I am nude from behind. It covered everything and was opaque! go figure.
Christodule #365

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

Date Posted:06/20/2011 08:59:35Copy HTML

At Gunnison, I wear minimal g-strings between the bathhouse and the nude area, and anywhere in the clothed section.  No reactions one way or the other, apart from the occasional flutter of interest among groups of clothed women, but I've never noticed anyone else doing it; in fact, most nude users arrive fully clothed and stay that way until they set up on the beach, get fully dressed before packing up to leave, and put on shorts or wrap up in a towel to stroll the shoreline in the clothed section.  The distinction between the clothed and nude areas can get pretty loose--last week, for instance, a naked fisherman staked out a spot right in the middle of the clothed section and stayed there without incident all day--but I seem to be the only one in a thong or a g-string outside the nude area.

When leaving the beach last week--emboldened by the naked fisherman, I guess--I put on my new baggie when entering the clothed area and wore it all the way to the walkway to the bathhouses, where I put a g-string on over it.  Again, no reactions, so now I'm thinking of stripping down to the baggie on arrival at the bathhouse and wearing it everywhere that I can't be fully nude.

Any thoughts?
BaltoBob #366

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

Date Posted:06/20/2011 12:53:38Copy HTML

I know you can wear a g-string from the parking lot at Gunnison. Chances are you could get away with a baggie. As long as you are NOT compleatly nude you should be OK.
JM_Runs #367

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

Date Posted:06/20/2011 08:33:54Copy HTML

In places where nudity is not generally allowed, like parking lots, the rest rooms or bathhouse, I strongly suggest you wear a thong that looks like a thong from all angles, not a baggy. This will lesson the probability of someone assuming you are nude, taking offense, and calling officials.
If you can wear one on the beach, more power to you, but I strongly suggest for high traffic public parts, where there is also the probability of running into park staff, wear a thong.  You can probably wear a thong more confidently than something that might get you a ticket.
stanpuppy #368

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

Date Posted:06/22/2011 12:40:17Copy HTML

I wont generalize, but I am confident that you would have no issue at Gunnison beach at all.   My wife and I both regularly wear our thongs (actually me...thong, her...teardrop g-sting) all around gunnison outside of the nude area.  We generally park in the lot and walk from our car in very skimpy apparel like srting tanks and short shorts.  Once we set up, we are basically in micro bottoms for the rest of the day, no matter where we go.  We frequently leave the nude area for walks up and down the beach, concessions, etc.  If we leave the nude area, wife puts her top on...thats about it.  At the end of the day we always leave wearing just our thongs/G's from our towels to the parking lot.  Last couple times there, we have observed people getting nude at the showers (which are well outside the nude area).   I am positive that a baggie would not be a problem at all.  I would think you could easily walk to the parking lot with it on and have no issues whatsoever.  A couple weeks ago, after our shower wife and I walked to the parking lot right past a road crew and 2 rangers.  We were wearing a muscleskins sheer mesh torpedo thong (me) and a malibu strings crystal back Kimmy bottom teardrop g-string with matching triangle top (her).   Aside from the glances as my wife as her exposed butt walked past them, not a sound was uttered at all.
beachfolks #369

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

Date Posted:08/13/2011 08:29:55Copy HTML

 Balto-did your banana peel baggie suffice again for making your "Naked" bike ride?  Did anyone else wear a baggie this year?
BaltoBob #370

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

Date Posted:08/14/2011 12:50:37Copy HTML

http://www.ipernity.com/doc/elvertbarnes/5172004/in/album/132312
There was no ride this year or last. I did the 2008 & 2009 rides in a www.bananapeelz.com Several others as well. One guy wore a sportweave that had tiny holes in it. Check out the ipernity link. There is a video of us riding up to the White House. The guy who organized the ride is at the very end running along side of his bike. Rodger is at 6' 5" and wore a baggie most likely from Dore, it's more a "penis glove" which he ties very tightly and keeps him hard. Pretty funny, especially considering the setting. FYI- the philly ride is soon. NO baggie needed.
gaysome #371

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

Date Posted:09/24/2011 04:41:45Copy HTML

alass Im too old to wear such tiny suits,bum beginning to sag. would love to know wear to buy a full back brief,without a seemed pouch.
  back in the fiftys us kids here in the UK wore tiny satin tie-side bikinis.can`t buy them now.
I do like to wear next to nothing on my balcony and around the flat,so much so that to wear clothes is quite an incumbrance.
can any one help an old skinny guy like me please.
                                                         yours gaysome
bmicro #372

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

Date Posted:09/24/2011 07:25:22Copy HTML

 The ebay store http://stores.ebay.com/babee6464 is offering a nice collection of baggies and even sells a baggie (she calls it a pocket) together with a spaghetti strap to aviod looking naked from behind. They can be worn together or separately.
XChip #373

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

Date Posted:12/16/2011 05:03:05Copy HTML

Report from the field: Body Aware is now selling its j-strap/c-ring (whatever you want to call it--strapless), in two sizes: M and L.  I had bought a M, and it was no go--flimsy and wouldn't stay on at all.  My waist and hips are about 37".  So I decided to give it another shot, and my L came yesterday.  Well, it stays on, but it's still flimsy and feels very insecure.  If I walk around gently it stays on.  If I jump up and down gently, it falls off.   The plastic frame is lightweight.  I found that if I bend it to make it tighter and hold it in place overnight, then it stays bent fairly well, and when I put it on, it stays on a bit better.  But there's no way I could wear this on a beach or at a pool. What somebody is going to have to do is to make one of these things with a spring steel frame--that can be nevertheless be bent to one's choice and which will then hold its shape robustly.  Another $18 lesson (including postage).
rickl454 #374

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

Date Posted:12/18/2011 12:56:37Copy HTML

I wore a Body aware J-String at the beach last summer and had much the same experience as XChip.  Including the same overnight tightening technique (hooking the back under the front).  You're right about jumping up and down so beach volleyball is out.  For actual swimming it is best taken off left on the water's edge.  For walking the beach or lying in the sun it was fine. 
Thonguy4fun #375

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

Date Posted:12/18/2011 06:40:02Copy HTML

 I want to do a baggie next time in South Beach, but agree with some others above, will probably add some strings so it does appear i'm nude.
sailor250 #376

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

Date Posted:12/18/2011 08:53:16Copy HTML

I agree about southbeach.  Even if you're on a rented beach lounge chair on your stomach without a visible stitch of clothes you'll probably get someone telling the lifeguards and a drive by like I had described in a south beach post.   That will probably even happen if you untie and drape the strings in view.   I layed out at the hotel pool with partially visible draped strings as in my other post without a problem though a lady thought I was nude at first.  Walking around would cause too much attention without straps.  I've walked around with dangling strap around my leg at South Beach hotel and at Venus pool in Vegas with no problems. I did lay out on a more private but still public deck at the south beach hotel with just a baggie - nude from behind with no problems.
leo40 #377

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

Date Posted:12/20/2011 06:57:43Copy HTML

I've heard too much about the current round of c-strings and j-strings being flimsy to be tempted to buy, and I still have a durable, real wire of long ago from Ibiza.  Xchip's $18 lesson was less than the $35 my old c-string from Playboy cost (long gone from that source) and less still than the offering of www.thestringless.com, which is a whopping $49.  On the other hand 'Thestringless' seems to be a more local and small business maker.  Maybe worth a try with some Christmas money????
thonger_in_oz #378

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

Date Posted:05/07/2012 11:50:31Copy HTML

C-strings - tried them, the memory plastic didnt work for me. would have been better if they used a wire, like the old fence type instead.if you want them cheaper, try here http://www.ohyeahlingerie.com/en/html/Class/65_1.html
BlueRay #379

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

Date Posted:06/08/2012 04:27:46Copy HTML

Checking to see if anyone has been wearing their baggie suits so far this year.  I have been wearing mine to get my tan going.  Will be going to San Diego soon and will be wearing mine.  I find wearing the baggie to be so comfortable, I feel like I am almost wearing nothing.  I think if more men would try this type of swim suit they would find they would they would prefer the baggie ovetr the thong.  Would love to get more discussion going on the baggie.  
String-Dude #380

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

Date Posted:06/08/2012 05:53:24Copy HTML

I have been wearing my strapless baggie suit to tan mostly in backyard and river so far this season. I love the baggie and will be wearing it to the beach when I go on vacation this summer. In fact it is just about the only style suit I wear now. It is the most masculine suit I think a man can wear.  It covers just what it has to cover and nothing else. This type of suit lets you really show that you are a man.  I think why a lot of guys don't wear them is the nervous factor. I know I was very nervous the first time I wore mine to a public pool. But once I did it the first time and spent the entire day in the baggie with no issues, I became very comfortable. Now after wearing this style suit almost exclusively for the past several years, I don’t even give a second thought as to how bare I am. I think if more men would just try it once they would see that this would become their suit of choice.  I would also like to hear from others in the group on this topic. Hats off to BlueRay for wearing his baggie.
lovemythong #381

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

Date Posted:06/09/2012 11:13:40Copy HTML

I too have worn this style of suit on holiday (Formentera), I find it gives me a feeling that no other type of suit can offer, which can only be described as a wonderful sense of freedom.  I have a few made for me by Dore and she customised the size of the suit to fit me perfectly, so although the suit is called a "baggie", then I would call mine a tailored "baggie".  I have complete confidence to wear it, and I am now looking at purchasing a Jovana "Strapless Glove Cover" to perhaps push the envelope and comfort level a little further.  Well done to BlueRay & String-Dude to wearing such a non mainstream type of suit, if others have not tried it, then I say give it a go, I think you will be pleasantly suprised.
SlidingG #382

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

Date Posted:06/12/2012 09:07:01Copy HTML

I plan to wear my mesh baggies at East Beach in RI this summer, as I often have in the past.  Since I now admit to nudist tendencies and nudist sympathies, but have no access to c/o beaches, baggies come closest to giving me that wonderful sensation of openness and freedom that I have enjoyed on those rare occasions when nude was an acceptable option.  For me it's just plain pleasant, not a game of exhibitionism.  I heartily embrace the nudist tenets of body acceptance and 'nude is not lewd', though I always add to the latter, 'unless you make it so'.  For me, in the right setting, simple nudity is pure and decent, you're just the way God made you.  

When the situation demands, of course, I revert to mesh sliding g-strings and sock jocks, since I don't want to offend or get in trouble.  Yet I'm always amazed how tolerant folks are if you make an effort to let them know you're not totally nude when wearing a baggie, like turning their way so they can see your front.  That, and avoiding black so from a distance it doesn't look like a verdant bush -- that screams 'nude' even when it ain't so!     
rickvt #383

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

Date Posted:06/30/2013 01:21:04Copy HTML

Dore makes several "baggie" styles. 
Scroll down to the 12th, 14th and 15th photos

http://www.beachndance.com/id27.html

Also, there is the banana peelz company that sells them

http://bananapeelz.com/bananapeelzmesh.html

While many of these styles do cover the essentials,
someone viewing the wearer from the rear will possibly
assume the wearer is nude.  Depending on the attire
regulations at the venue, a baggie might not pass muster.
For example, if thongs or g-strings are not permitted, a
baggie surely will not meet the attire requirements...
String-Dude #384

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

Date Posted:07/12/2013 08:39:27Copy HTML

I agree that from some angles you do appear to be totally naked in a baggie.   I have had no issues wearing mine so far in public.  There have been  times that a lifeguard or patrol thought I was naked but once they saw I was covered everything was cool.  The baggie is one of the most comfortable swim suits that I have ever worn.  I will admit that when I first started to wear a baggie in public I felt really exposed but with time I have totally overcome this.  A big part of wearing micro swim wear or in this case a baggie, is to have confidence when you are wearing them.  If you act confident you will come across in control. 
Christodule #385

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

Date Posted:09/02/2013 06:16:05Copy HTML

Anybody have experience with Tangaland's Men Pouch?  I've really enjoyed my Koala Swimmer's Pouch, and the Tangaland suit looks almost identical but, unlike the Koala, comes in a range of colors.  Tangaland's pictures don't make it clear how the tie-strings work, and all the suits look a bit baggy, so I've hesitated.  Any advice?
JM_Runs #386

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

Date Posted:10/24/2013 03:19:03Copy HTML

What would you recommend for a baggie (pouch) style suit?  Want something comfortable that covers all necessary parts and stays on while walking around -- understanding that it's not likely to stay on in the water.  Probably would mainly use for the back yard although maybe at the textile area of Haulover.  I'm not crazy about the torpedo-missile style that Dore sells, and the Banana Peelz seems like just a big formless bag.  I bought something similar to what I want from Good Devil but it's too small and incredibly hard to get on, even with a c-ring, and I can't get it to stay on for 5 minutes anyway.  Seems like what is needed is something with a Velcro closure and some material above the Velcro to provide full coverage.
luvnmythong #387

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

Date Posted:10/24/2013 03:32:54Copy HTML

I had wanted to try a baggie for some time, but never found one that I thought would be the perfect fit.   I didn't want a draw string or something with Velcro.    Well, I found the perfect baggie from Thongbiker!!!    It is snug and has a very smooth fit.    Just a piece of elastic around the top to hold it on and in place.    I wore it for the first time this past July at the Thonger's Weekend, "SunSplash", in Fort Lauderdale.   I also wore it at Haulover Beach.   I would highly recommend it!!!   You can see me wearing it on the website...... www.sunsplashweekend.weebly.com.    Click on "additional photos" from 2013, under the heading of "photos".    The first page of photos are from 2012.   The second page.....additional photos 2013.....is where I am wearing the pink baggie.   For anyone wanting to try a baggie, I think this is a great choice!   
leo40 #388

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

Date Posted:10/24/2013 04:58:56Copy HTML

(Replacing a previous answer I think the system lost)
I think for your first tryout of a baggie, Bananapeelz and Good Devil were the most unlucky of picks out there.  Two Ebay stores, Dore and Ebabee have excellent ones available.  Search Ebabee under "tanning" pouch and Dore under "baggie."  The Dore search will also bring up "Aussie Missile" types as opposed to her much better drawstring type.  There are lots and lots of pouches on Asian sites that resemble the Aussie kind, and none have ever worked out for me.  My best fitting pouch is from Dore, canary yellow, and made with an elastic opening.  Dore is very good about custom requests. 
My one purchase from Koala was their "Ultra Extreme", possibly the first tanning pouch on the market.  It was much too small, often popping off at inopportune moments.  None of my other tanning pouches have had that problem. 
Before any of these appeared on the market, I successfully made some of my own.  I selected a knit cotton sock in a pleasing color, turned it inside out, and sewed (using my limited access to a sewing machine) a contoured seam, side to side across the sock in the shape seen on Ebabee's site where the pouches are laid out flat. I trimmed away the toe end of the sock about a quarter inch below my contoured seam, turned it rightside out again, and I had an instant tanning pouch.  The rounded tip of the contour is slightly more than my shaft length from the elastic opening, and the other end of the contour reaches the other side just below the knit elastic part.  This makes for an adequate and comfortable ballroom. My sharpest looking pouch was made from a sock with colored bands on the elastic opening.
 
bmicro #389

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

Date Posted:10/24/2013 05:43:32Copy HTML

The tanning pouches from Ebabee are excellent! I like the Dore baggies but they tend to be too small unless you explicitly ask her to make them larger. Another excellent source is SWIC www.swicthongs.com . She makes wonderful suits and will, like the others, make whatever adjustments you want. Another source to check out is Dubio.
I have had success wearing baggies on the beach with a bunng type (the actual ones are too big and rough) strap so that you don't look nude from the back. You can make them yourself or get similar items from Ebabee, Dubio, Tangaland, etc.
leo40 #390

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

Date Posted:09/11/2014 09:05:30Copy HTML

I've always been partial to baggie type suits and noticed that very late in this summer various e-bay and other swimwear sellers suddenly began to offer several such suits, evidently from two different makers in China.  Neither is sold under the name "baggie" although one is consistently called a "bag bikini."   I have obtained one of each in white.  Neither is fully see-thru when wet, but are typical of an unlined white swimsuit.The ones always called "bag bikini" come in lots of colors, and all have a long and stretchy yellow tie-up string, with little scull pendants at each end.  The pouch is not elastic cloth, the opening is rather wide without elastic, and the long tie string goes through hem.  It ties up comfortably and securely, is not a loose and baggy pouch (my issue with "Bananapeelz" brand) and accommodates my ample package.  It stays on well for swimming, including flip turns.The other baggie suit, sold by Swirlfashion, Hohowear, and others, has a much tighter fit, and this one does have elastic around the opening.  I have to struggle some to get it on, but once there, it's nice and comfortable.  This one also has a fairly long tie-up string.  It's in a color that matches the pouch and goes through two eyelets located down from the opening by about an inch and a half.  Both brands show up in an e-bay search on "men's bag bikini."  I vastly prefer these over suits with waistbands and butt strings, and would welcome such suits as a trend.  Wonder why they began to promote them so late in the summer.
clubthongs #391

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

Date Posted:09/15/2014 04:42:20Copy HTML

 While wearing my new Bodyaware C String at the beach on Saturday, two guys wearing board shorts walked past and one commented to the other, "If I had a package like that, I'd wear that tiny suit too". I took it as a compliment.
sailor250 #392

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

Date Posted:09/26/2014 01:43:45Copy HTML

 Looks like Bobby Norris is now into baggie suits moving on from one sided thongs!
http://metro.co.uk/2014/09/25/is-the-bobby-ball-bag-the-next-schlong-thong-4881501/
http://www.reveal.co.uk/showbiz-celeb-gossip/news/a599025/towies-bobby-norris-swaps-schlong-thong-for-even-tinier-swimwear.html
http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/bobby-norris-ditches-schlong-even-4321260
http://www.nowmagazine.co.uk/celebrity-news/555425/omg-sexy-or-sick-would-you-buy-your-man-a-bobby-norris-ball-bag
leo40 #393

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

Date Posted:09/27/2014 01:15:30Copy HTML

British celeb Bobby Norris seems to have gotten a lot of press appearing in a one-sided thong.  I don't know if all that has increased the general acceptability of thongs or not, but his appearance in a stringless baggie suit will have a tough time doing it for that style.  Just in case though, I was just now able to augment my stash with yet another bag bikini from China (in sky blue) for just $2.90 (plus a similar amount for postage).  That's a deep discount price, even for them.  I'll find SOMEPLACE to wear them!!!!
BaltoBob #394

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

Date Posted:09/27/2014 09:08:44Copy HTML

 Bobby Norris ballbag. Sure are lots of pics on the net. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/09/25/bobby-norris-swimwaer-beach-biza-towie-pictures_n_5880306.html
JM_Runs #395

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

Date Posted:10/01/2014 07:14:40Copy HTML

Clubthongs -- "While wearing my new Bodyaware C String at the beach on Saturday ..."  I know you're in California, but what beach did you go to?  Anyone give you any hassle with the C String?
clubthongs #396

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

Date Posted:10/01/2014 07:59:33Copy HTML

 Faceless, I was at South Torrey Pines State Beach. Nothing negative was said about the C-String. I also understand that a few guys have bewen wearing them to Venice Beach.
sailor250 #397

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

Date Posted:10/04/2014 04:45:21Copy HTML

 Lots of discussion regarding the recent publicity of the bag only suits and transferring that to J string sideless frame suits!  In the US guys remember as others in some communities will tell you what the law may allow and what law enforcement may allow are two different things.  Cross the street in Ferguson and get shot, cross the White House lawn, and the White House and no one stops you.  It seems confusing because people are confused!
The lack of any visible clothing from most angles will lead you to trouble- whether it's arrest or just harassment is up to you and the people you'll be dealing with!Whenever I'm on a public beach- where other non nude tolerant people are - then I'll have to wear some visible clothes- that usually means a waist band sometimes a slingshot strap.  Sometimes this can be loosened so as not to cause a tanline draped across the back or waist- but usually at on private property.Don't for any instant think that even if the baggie suit made it to US "primetime"- like the Today Show, Ellen, etc that it will be accepted= they'll probably be making fun of it and how fast they'll call the cops!   The British tabloid publicity the "ball bag" got was tongue in cheek  ( not tongue on cheek!)So if you want to wear one make sure you're where "nude tolerant" people will see you- and that's certainly not Ft Desoto State Park!I have a couple of "baggies" that have long drawstrings that I tie around my waist.  I've worn them at Florida and Cali pools, and once on South Beach but didn't take a long walk.  They cover the C and B but not the "pubes" and without a crotch strap the anus isn't covered so they're not really public friendly. Also an issue is the fact that with walking and time they can partially work loose, so some ball sac may come out- that's not something to "adjust" on a public beach- and in the water you can't see what you're doing- best for a pool where you can duck into your room etc to adjust.
Grabeach #398

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

Date Posted:10/04/2014 09:57:00Copy HTML

Yea, the perception that one is nude when seen from the back or side is significant.

Many years ago I had a couple of g-strings where all the strings de-elasticised long before the front panel, so I replaced them with some 1mm ‘hat’ elastic. On a number of beaches this seemed to attract the attention of the authorities. Their explanation was always that someone saw me from a distance and complained that I was sunning nude. There was never any official action taken, but it was annoying.

Interestingly there were never any complaints at what was my most visited beach at the time, one that was very popular with families. I’m convinced the reason was that the layout of the beach dictated that when anyone (both those using the beach and passing by) first saw me they were practically on top of me, so could see the string and hence realised I wasn’t nude.
Gstringing #399

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

Date Posted:02/01/2015 05:56:51Copy HTML

Does anyone have a delivery boy pouch from Koala? I'm curious about the fit and I want to get one.
leo40 #400

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

Date Posted:02/03/2015 12:07:17Copy HTML

The only two Koala pouch-only suits I've ever tried were too small and not stretchy enough.  There is now a pouch numbered G3202 on the Swirlfashion e-bay store that is small and thin, but stretches out to cover everything like a coat of paint.  There are snaps on it that usually don't have to be used.  The e-bay description now says there have been two sold, and these must be the two I bought.  Price of $7 is much less than Koala, although these aren't constructed of real swimwear material.  On the other hand, such a suit wouldn't fly on most USA beaches anyway.  Swirlfashion's K320 is more like swimsuit material and also has a tie string.  The solid color ones are some smaller than the patterned ones and harder to put on.
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