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anonimizado

Date Posted:05/19/2005 02:59:04Copy HTML

Hi I'm new to this site and was checking the dore swimsuits. I noticed the torpedo suit and find it interesting but I have some questions.What are the differences between torpedo and missile suits?All the pics look like the guys have erect penises. Does this happen all the time? How does the suit look if I'm not erect?Also, I saw a suit with a double pouch for the balls. Is this a good idea, or just something fancy?Thank you for your answers and keep thonging!
gulfscuba #1

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:11/24/2003 10:25:59Copy HTML

Does anyone have any experience wearing a missile thong like the ones that Dore sells? I am interested in buying one to wear in the backyard pool and to some secluded spots we visit. (I don't think they would be proper on a public beach) I am wondering how they react to the various stages of arousal or lack there of? I would also be interested in reading about anyone who (pardon the pun) has had the balls to wear one on a public beach or pool.
wr1944 #2

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:11/25/2003 02:40:57Copy HTML

A year ago I bought two missile strings, a very low cut and a very narrow one.
They fit like a glove, even when a little aroused. For me, the pouch could be a little wider because my balls are not fully covered.
The feeling is very nice, a little erotic. Like you stated, this is not for the public beach, only for secluded or private spots.
I would advise you to have the fabric more elastic than standard Lycra.
To put a Lycra version on asks a lot of fiddling, with a mesh-like material it goes easier.
sailor250 #3

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/28/2003 05:04:18Copy HTML

The easiest way I've found to put on these suits, which can be as tight as a condom, is to turn the tube inside out, insert your thumb and forefinger into the inverted suit, then grasp your head and pull the suit over your shaft.  I have one cockini that's a bit too small sometimes and the grasping has to be firm, and almost painful, but the fit is great.  This isn't the type of suit you'd want to slip out of then back into on the beach, or try to put it on underwater at the beach or hot tub!  That makes answering the call of nature a little difficult!

I see that Dore has posted some missile styles with "no ballroom" listed on the description.   I guess that means no dancing!  That's essentially a cockini but the balls will be separated painfully it looks like to me.  Anyone have one of these?

7423080 #4

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:02/24/2004 08:58:55Copy HTML

i have a vlc missle from dore and wear it to the beach, why not?  you know, your not going to please all the people all the time so who really cares as long as its legal. i am going to order one with the dip in front, that one may push the limits but till i see it i dont know for sure.
orlspeedo #5

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:02/24/2004 09:39:56Copy HTML

Reply to : 7423080

Thats cool, I guess I need to get up my nerve to wear it on the beach, but you never know!  I'm pretty brave when it comes to that.

sailor250 #6

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:02/28/2004 02:28:39Copy HTML

Did anyone notice that Dore has a new Sling shot design missile suit on the Z shop on Amazon?  There are now several variations of the sling shots.  There's the very low cut pouch, the horizon, the missile, and I'm sure she will or could make a torpedo.

I haven't been a big fan of the slingshot design for guys, love them on women, but these are unique!

The missile design is covered but over the top exhibitionist, and the sling shot design is the same way!

gulfscuba #7

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/02/2004 12:15:36Copy HTML

I modified my missile!!Recently I purchased a missile thong by Dore. As soon as I tried it on I realized that it was too risque to be worn on a public beach. The cut of the suit projects your member straight out as if you have a woody. The suit also had a Y back which I was not aware of when I ordered. The straps have a tendency to roll. The sleeve for the penis is a little on the large side for me. Please note that I am not knocking Dore or her work in anyway.The other day It was nice outside so I put on the missile thong and stretched out in the back yard. As I laid there it occured to me that the only thing wrong with the suit was the way it projected the member. Reclined, it was like a rocket ready for launch. I was certain if a cop saw that I would be wearing silver bracelets for sure.I went back in the house and started check the suit out in the mirror. I dscovered that if I pushed my unit straight down the suit became much tamer. I took a couple measurements and got out the sewing kit. Here's whatdid.I put a stitchabout 1" from the tip of the penis sleeve and then secured it to the seam in the part for the testes. Then I laid the back straps more side by side and put a stitch about 1.5" up from the original end of the stitching.I put the suit back on and it looked great. The straps don't roll and the stitches in the front keep my unit pointed down which is the natural inclination for it. I was so impressed with the way it turned out I went to IRB and wore it there.There were not to many people there but those that did see me paid no more attention than when I wear my other thongs.On the way home I stopped in at the local fabrics store. I bought the correct color thread for the job and while looking around I got another idea. I bought these little snaps that are made out of nickel coated brass and are about as big around as a #2 pencil. When i got homeI put one snap wheremy orginal stitchwas and then another about half way down from that. Now I can snap it in the down position or unsnap when out on the boat or back yard.
sailor250 #8

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/02/2004 08:42:14Copy HTML

Koala has or had a sleeve suit with a snap on the end to point it down.  The only problem is that with the snap on the end of the sleeve if you wear it up it can call more attention to the sleeve and head.
nicthong #9

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/03/2004 07:39:11Copy HTML

Having had the same problem with my first missile suit (which I decided I was never likely to wear as a swim/tanning suit), I had Dore custom make a missile for me, with the sleeve pre-sewn to the pouch. It's a little awkward to put on but once it's on it's actually more comfortable than a regular missile for some reason. I've not worn this in public yet but I figure I could probably get away with it; it's black so the definition between the sleeve and the pouch is fairly subtle and although it's about the minimum coverage I could go for without exposing things, it's little different to one of Dore's micro pouches or very low slide pouches (it just has a bit more definition).

Here's an old photo (click here) to see what I'm talking about. [I'm currently working out to bulk up the muscle so hopefully I won't look like this for too much longer! Heheh!]

nadathing #10

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/27/2004 07:19:54Copy HTML

Kinda hard to tell from your picture, Nicthong, but from your description, it sounds like you have a separate tube for you member, though it is against the rest of the pouch. Do you like that feature, or are you just trying for a pouch that doesn't project out? If it is the former, well, okay. Suit yourself. If it is the latter, why not have Dore make you a push up suit that provides the right amount to room?
nicthong #11

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/27/2004 06:54:26Copy HTML

@nadathing: You're right - there are two parts to the suit: the main ball section and the sleeve for my member; as the topic of the thread suggests, it's just a modified missile suit. It's not that I was 'trying' for anything specific - I just realised, like gulfscuba, that a regular missile probably was a little too risque for public beach wear but I liked the idea of something a little different, something with a little more definition than a regular pouch. I have plenty of other suits - low cuts, very low cuts, push ups, etc - but this was just me trying something different whilst maintaining 'modest' cover - I'm really not into 'exposure' suits but the idea of something a bit different appealed. The only reason I mentioned it here (and provided a link) was to add to the discussion: missile's can be modified (and Dor?will modify them in advance if requested) for those that like the idea of separate pouches but don't want to 'project' quite so much!
Beachlover492000 #12

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/27/2004 09:08:44Copy HTML

I have worn one version of the Koala suit that Sailor mentioned. It's called the Sheer Side Cameltoe. The snap does hold you down and in place, but the definition of your parts is still quite graphic. Everything is shaped and defined in quite of bit of detail. As such it is pretty daring for anything except a "hardcore" thong friendly beach.
ian-r #13

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:01/07/2005 02:01:57Copy HTML

I decided to do like gulfscuba did and I've ordered a sheer very low Dore missile which I will probably modify and sew the shaft to the base.  This suit must be  the smallest most daring you can get !  I am really looking forward to wearing this on the beach this summer though it might have to be a nudist beach - before I strip off.

Thanks nicthong - very inspiring photo but I doubt I'll look like that yet.

anonimizado #14

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:05/19/2005 02:59:05Copy HTML

Hi I'm new to this site and was checking the dore swimsuits.  I noticed the torpedo suit and find it interesting but I have some questions. 

What are the differences between torpedo and missile suits?

All the pics look like the guys have erect penises.  Does this happen all the time? How does the suit look if I'm not erect?

Also, I saw a suit with a double pouch for the balls.  Is this a good idea, or just something fancy?

Thank you for your answers and keep thonging!

nicthong #15

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:05/19/2005 07:31:01Copy HTML

Hi. The difference between the two styles is that the missile suit is two separate pouches (one for the penis, one for the balls) whereas the torpedo is one pouch that is shaped to conform to your natural(ish) state. I have a missile suit (but not a torpedo) and I'm rarely erect when I wear it (personally there's not sufficient room for it to be comfortable when I am). You should look fine when you're flacid - the only time it's a problem for me is if it's particularly cold! If you want extra definition, you might consider the double pouch for the balls but, having no experience of this, I really can't comment too much.

Incidentally, I initially bought the missile out of a combination of curiosity, novelty and wanting to push the limits. The reality is that I hardly ever wear it. In my opinion, it's really not suitable for beach wear and a regular VLC thong (or similar) is more comfortable. I have considered the torpedo as an alternative but am yet to make my mind up on that one as to whether it would be a worthwhile investment or not.

I hope this helps in some way.

jordonl_1999 #16

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:05/20/2005 12:21:01Copy HTML

If you look on the Fabrics page at doreg.biz, there's a shot of a flaccid gold Missile way down at the bottom.

If you order one that's too small (like I did, unfortunately), the fabric will be stretched enough that it will hold you up just a bit, although not as much as in the other photos. If you ever do get erect, though, it certainly pops right out there.
njbeachboy1949 #17

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:05/21/2005 10:59:41Copy HTML

I recently purchased four narrow thongs from Dore; a missile, a torpedo, a sheer yellow mesh push-up, and a plain thong.  I was planning to wear the plain thong, or the sheer mesh, the other day at Assateague, but it was rainy and chilly.  I'll be there in a few weeks; hopefully the weather will be warmer.  The torpedo and the missile were purchased for wearing around the house (I am now wearing the torpedo).  My girl friend likes them and actually suggested that I buy them.  She, on the other hand, enjoys wearing Wicked Weasle suits.  I doubt if I would ever wear the missile or the thong in public, but if we find the right beach, who knows?
sailor250 #18

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:07/01/2005 09:43:31Copy HTML

Does anyone know what the new "rocket"  design from Dore is?  It looks like a wide mouth missile without the bulge of the torpedo to hold the balls.  I guess they just go in the bottom of the tube?  Has anyone seen a suit like this that lines the balls up fore and aft (that's nautical talk for infront and in back) rather than beside one another like they hang?

anonimizado #19

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:07/15/2005 08:27:37Copy HTML

Just got the split pouch and I'm rather dissappointed because it doesn't seem to fit my balls.  I'll stick with the regular torpedo suit.
26feb1967 #20

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:08/27/2005 09:08:35Copy HTML

I concur with everything nicthong has said re- torpedo versus missile.  The torpedo gives an "upfront" male profile by virtue of a single contoured pouch, in which the penis rides on top of the closely cupped testicles - really out and proud.  Not a baech item for me ... but very pleasurable (and very special!) to wear at any other time.  I, too, have purchased a missile ... it demands a fairly rigid penis just to get it on and, if you happen to be circumcised, this can be an incomfortable process.  Also, I found the separate pouch for the testicles rather shapeless and rather poorly made, in comparison with what I have seen on the web for similar suits from other manufacturers.  As I'm getting on in years, I cannot do a missile suit justice ... and a shy guy like me would NEVER wear this to the beach.  If you want to "show off" your maleness without being too outrageous,  - and, for most, still daring - then go for a push-up front Dore.  Wearing this is an experience in itself, with your tackle tightly packed into a to a well-fitting pouch ... and bobbing around out front as you strut your stuff!!          ENJOY ... and good luck!! 
sailor250 #21

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/11/2005 03:48:28Copy HTML

Anyone else wear the torpedo or missiles to the beach?  in public?

Anyone have a rocket suit?  How does it fit?

sailor250 #22

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:04/25/2006 07:23:20Copy HTML

Well, for better or worse I wore a missile on South Beach for a while one morning, before the crowds came.  It was actually the "missile g string with no ball room" like the green one on her web site.  I had to be careful, but not many people were around.  After I got in the water to take a swim a couple of 30ish women in small bikinis, from Europe somewhere I surmised, but couldn't recognize their language, were standing at the water's edge deciding to go in when I came out about 20 feet away from them.  One of them looked at me and smiled big looking at my suit, said something to her friend and they both smiled slack jawed as I walked up to my towel.  They giggled and then kept looking at me and smiling.  I didn't want to stay too long so changed into another g string and then walked a way down the beach.  One thing I can say is that you can't put on a missile well on a beach, you need to do too much fiddling around with it, but taking it off is no problem.  I haven't seen any other guys in a missile in South Florida.
sailor250 #23

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:05/04/2006 09:15:17Copy HTML

Has anyone tried that new "double open triangle " suit of Dore's on page  IIA?  It has an open triangle string back and also one in front.  I don't know quite what's supposed to happen. Does the coxx go in the front triangle and the balls below, split by the string?  Does it just have a single string to go by all the anatomy?  Seems like this would work better for the ladies!
nadathing #24

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:05/05/2006 09:24:20Copy HTML

sailor250, I take it from your 4/25 post that you actually strip down and change in the open on South Beach?  If not that, how are you changing?
sailor250 #25

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:05/05/2006 10:37:30Copy HTML

Changing is simple when you wrap a towel around you or over you while sitting or standing.  You've got to be careful when fitting everything in a micro suit.
sailor250 #26

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:06/07/2006 12:21:25Copy HTML

Dore's expanded the offerings with the "open" missile that lets the head come out into the sun.  There are designs that are modified to attach the shaft sleeve to the waistband at an angle and those that point it straight up.  My open missile is a little frustrating because I can disappear inside or emerge at different times.  I've worn them on South Beach discretely but mostly at clothing optional pools and beaches.  It's the suit that the most other guys will say "I've got to get one of those".

sailor250 #27

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:09/13/2006 07:08:54Copy HTML

Well I've worn a torpedo g string on some non nude beaches in the northeast this summer without any problem.  Those who get near stare a little more!  Anyone wear them on South Beach?

The missile suits get stares, even at nude beaches.  It's helped me stay out of trouble on an illegal nude beach more than once.  I've been able to turn away when some rangers have rolled up.  Those nude had a lot more work to do to get "decent".  Laying on my back I don't attract attention, or sitting on the sand legs together one can see the color of the suit between my legs- just a g-string!

PeteSmith2003 #28

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:09/26/2006 01:46:56Copy HTML

I have a Dore thong with a "push out" front. Wearing it feels like the old Wonderbra slogan, "It lifts and separates". ^_^

Because of its fit and shape, it looks the same for any arousal from zero to 60%. Being very aroused though (both from the enjoyment of wearing it and seeing shapely girls in thongs or g-strings at once) can stretch it to the limit (pun intended).

Wearing it made me selfconscious the first few times, but afterward it felt like any other, even though some were shocked at the apparent (but non-existent) arousal.

I was never hit on by a woman, though, to my disappointment. :-/
beachfolks #29

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:09/27/2006 12:55:08Copy HTML

Sailor-I'm not so well endowed, and the Dore missle suit looks reasonable to modest on me and compresses my equipment so it really feels good walking about. Anything less "pushout" doesn't show much bulge at all.  I sometimes wear my Dore missle with a 2in wide back in public when my "baggie" suit is too little coverage. The Missle is very low cut,  so my main worry is keeping the equipment in when I move about.

 

 

vtbeach #30

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:10/01/2006 12:55:49Copy HTML

Who else wears the push up front Dore?  How do you like it vs. torpedo and missile?
Ex_Member #31

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:10/02/2006 01:08:23Copy HTML

I'm not personally a fan of the torpedo / missle styles, but I have some of the push up ones and they are fantastic. Very comfortable and they look great, although you won't leave much to the imagination if you wear one at the beach. If you are above average the moderate front push up has more room than the lower ones.
nadathing #32

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:10/02/2006 07:32:34Copy HTML

As readers of this board can note, I am a fan of the torpedo, and have a couple dozen I guess.  I have worn them in a few public places, most notably Venice Beach recently.  No problems.  But I readily acknowledge that the protruding effect limits the places where I feel I can wear them.

I do not find the missile style to my liking and have never bought one.

While there is no denying that the Torpedo gives the appearance of being erect, that is not what I like about them.  I find that aspect a drawback, because that is not what I'm seeking to show.  I do like that it covers the absolute bare minimum essential, and the shape sort of seems even briefer in the way it reveals your shape.  There's less that is hidden, yet the essentials are actually covered.  I like the look at different angles near straight-on rather than from the side.

In addition, I find the Torpedo extremely comfortable to wear all the time, and at times the feeling is even more than comfortable.  But all of that is a benefit I didn't expect to find when I first ordered one.

sailor250 #33

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:10/03/2006 11:30:38Copy HTML

The torpedo style seems to have more fabric than the regular VLC g string or V string and for me feels more comfortable because I'm not stuffed in so much.  But you'll have to admit if you want the least fabric the regular pouch is smallest.  They're smaller than all but the smallest of womens suits too.
nadathing #34

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:10/04/2006 07:32:28Copy HTML

Well, if your objective includes minimizing the amount of fabric, maybe Sailor250 is right.  I was talking about the amount of coverage.  I think the torpedo covers less of the torso, though when you get that small, the differences are marginal anyway. 

If you stuff everything into a "regular" pouch, then is a sense you are hiding more, as I described above, at least in my view, than the torpedo (or the missile), which make what one has quite apparent, for better or worse.

But the bottom line for each guy, or observing woman, is what he/she likes to see or wear.

sailor250 #35

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:11/01/2006 07:42:50Copy HTML

One comment I might add is that I took a Dore Torpedo g string to Las Vegas but didn't wear it at the Caesar's Venus pool.  I'm afraid the crowd isn't ready for that yet.  Being the only male thonger I didn't want to stand out too much and a yellow torpedo does stand out figuratively and literally!  The crowd there isn't South Beach or Ibiza as far as swimwear goes.
leo40 #36

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:11/13/2006 07:09:43Copy HTML

Dore's site www.beach-n-danc.com page 11 has a new kind of suit - Very, very narrow microstring, #2034.  I have one.  When wearing a standard very narrow thong for vigorous exercising, one of  "the boys" will often pop out, lopsided and uncomfortable.  Very, very narrow is so narrow as not  to cover them up in the first place. Great, if you have a place to wear it !
Ex_Member #37

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:11/13/2006 12:02:37Copy HTML

I like her stuff but it seems that everything is made a little too small for me. I'm not king kong in the package department but the suit don't hold me in. I guess I will have to get a custom made one.
JM_Runs #38

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:11/18/2006 07:03:19Copy HTML

I recerntly bought both a Missile and a Torpedo thong. I don't find the Missile a particularly good shape or fit, and only looks good when I am erect. The Torpedo is actually the open-ended style which gives quite an interesting effect, and looks good on whether I am limp or erect.
sailor250 #39

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:11/19/2006 01:21:02Copy HTML

Lycrathong,

 

Where have you worn your open torpedo? 

 

I've worn such an open suit on a few nude beaches and it gets far more interest than a bungee or similar string suit.  Mine is mesh that 's not entirely transparent but tan thru.  People think it's funny because it looks to much like a normal thong from many angles then from the front they see my bare head.  I've had some guys say it looks too much like I'm "gay cruising" which I guess is the point of the description of a similar suit on www.Koalaswim.com ---the "milkman" suit.-- .  I've said that's interesting because they're not gay and I'm not gay, and it's more modest than they are standing there nude saying this.  I've had some women stop and take a look.

I haven't had much luck getting to wear it on an isolated thong/ not nude legal beach where I can just hide at an angle from passersby-- laying on your stomach or sitting down you look like a regular thong.  If the need to cover arises (bad word) I can always pull back in-- leaving a hole showing some shaft. I don't know if anyone in authority would take issue with that- but it would show that you could have "been showing" earlier if someone complained to they.

I have worn it at empty hotel pools evenings in places like South Beach.  I can control somewhat who's going to see the front.  It has come in handy when my wife and I have been in hot tubs!

Has anyone bought the "escape" versions vs. the "open" versions-  it looks like "escape" means the whole shaft will be exposed and you couldn't wear it "in" where the "open" means head only.

 

Ex_Member #40

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:12/02/2006 12:16:00Copy HTML

Sailor, I haven't long bought the Dore Open Torpedo, and have not so far worn it in public. I have worn it when my boyfriend and I have made love, and I've also taken some pics of myself wearing it which I've uploaded to to an underwear/swimwear discussion site. When the weather is warmer next year, I will definitely wear it at a secluded gay naturist sunbathing area near here, where it won't offend anyone if I show it off when I'm hard.
bmicro #41

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:01/17/2007 08:12:01Copy HTML

I have been wearing Dore swimsuits that range from a low cut thong to a very low ring suit on the beaches of South Florida for years. The reactions have run the same range as I have received in othr thongs. While I have heard some laughter and a few shouts of "put something on", no one, in over twenty years, has come up to me and made a negative comment directly to me. Interestingly, I have observed that, when wearing the briefer suits, the negative indidents do not increase, but there are more females (and even males) who make it a point to come up to me and tell me how "brave" I am to wear something like that, how good I look, and/or can I get a picture with you? Someone who is negative about thongs is going to be negative about a more conservative thong anyway.
nadathing #42

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:01/26/2007 03:36:30Copy HTML

I wasn't completely sure how to address this.  The subject concerns suits like Dore's Torpedo style and the like.  The suits in this category do provide a lot of lift and projection of the male equipment, but without fully revealing the shape of everthing down to the last detail.

I do not include things like Dore's Missile in this category, the Missile goes further and is much more explicit.  It separates the shaft from the rest of the equipment and puts it really out there.

I don't know about Dore's Rocket.  Don't have any.

There does seem to be an increasing market for this sort of suit.  Recently we've noted the Mussleskins MPX style in another thread on this board.

Now I see that Skinz has a new style, the M49 Performer, that appears to provide this feature.  The Skinz  Performer doesn't appear to lift as high as Torpedo, and looks as if it might accommodate more well endowed men.

Are more guys buying them and wearing them, or are the manufacturers just comming around to notice this market and respond to it?  Or both?

I think there is some anology between this style for men and push-up bras for women.  Also, and perhaps in a different way,  to women's bikini and thong bottoms that have the camel toe effect.

A couple of the female contributers to this site and indicated an interest in men's suits having more "shape."  Is this sort of thing that they have in mind?

These styles do seem to require the wearer to fill them out or look silly in public.  (If you haven't got it, don't try to flaunt it.  I'd rather see a woman with smaller breasts wearing a top that fits than wear one too big for her.)

Your thoughts on these styles, comparisons beweeen them, places and situations where they are okay to wear, and so on?

nadathing #43

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:01/26/2007 03:36:30Copy HTML

I wasn't completely sure how to address this.  The subject concerns suits like Dore's Torpedo style and the like.  The suits in this category do provide a lot of lift and projection of the male equipment, but without fully revealing the shape of everthing down to the last detail.

I do not include things like Dore's Missile in this category, the Missile goes further and is much more explicit.  It separates the shaft from the rest of the equipment and puts it really out there.

I don't know about Dore's Rocket.  Don't have any.

There does seem to be an increasing market for this sort of suit.  Recently we've noted the Mussleskins MPX style in another thread on this board.

Now I see that Skinz has a new style, the M49 Performer, that appears to provide this feature.  The Skinz  Performer doesn't appear to lift as high as Torpedo, and looks as if it might accommodate more well endowed men.

Are more guys buying them and wearing them, or are the manufacturers just comming around to notice this market and respond to it?  Or both?

I think there is some anology between this style for men and push-up bras for women.  Also, and perhaps in a different way,  to women's bikini and thong bottoms that have the camel toe effect.

A couple of the female contributers to this site and indicated an interest in men's suits having more "shape."  Is this sort of thing that they have in mind?

These styles do seem to require the wearer to fill them out or look silly in public.  (If you haven't got it, don't try to flaunt it.  I'd rather see a woman with smaller breasts wearing a top that fits than wear one too big for her.)

Your thoughts on these styles, comparisons beweeen them, places and situations where they are okay to wear, and so on?

nadathing #44

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:01/26/2007 03:36:30Copy HTML

I wasn't completely sure how to address this.  The subject concerns suits like Dore's Torpedo style and the like.  The suits in this category do provide a lot of lift and projection of the male equipment, but without fully revealing the shape of everthing down to the last detail.

I do not include things like Dore's Missile in this category, the Missile goes further and is much more explicit.  It separates the shaft from the rest of the equipment and puts it really out there.

I don't know about Dore's Rocket.  Don't have any.

There does seem to be an increasing market for this sort of suit.  Recently we've noted the Mussleskins MPX style in another thread on this board.

Now I see that Skinz has a new style, the M49 Performer, that appears to provide this feature.  The Skinz  Performer doesn't appear to lift as high as Torpedo, and looks as if it might accommodate more well endowed men.

Are more guys buying them and wearing them, or are the manufacturers just comming around to notice this market and respond to it?  Or both?

I think there is some anology between this style for men and push-up bras for women.  Also, and perhaps in a different way,  to women's bikini and thong bottoms that have the camel toe effect.

A couple of the female contributers to this site and indicated an interest in men's suits having more "shape."  Is this sort of thing that they have in mind?

These styles do seem to require the wearer to fill them out or look silly in public.  (If you haven't got it, don't try to flaunt it.  I'd rather see a woman with smaller breasts wearing a top that fits than wear one too big for her.)

Your thoughts on these styles, comparisons beweeen them, places and situations where they are okay to wear, and so on?

nadathing #45

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:01/26/2007 03:36:30Copy HTML

I wasn't completely sure how to address this.  The subject concerns suits like Dore's Torpedo style and the like.  The suits in this category do provide a lot of lift and projection of the male equipment, but without fully revealing the shape of everthing down to the last detail.

I do not include things like Dore's Missile in this category, the Missile goes further and is much more explicit.  It separates the shaft from the rest of the equipment and puts it really out there.

I don't know about Dore's Rocket.  Don't have any.

There does seem to be an increasing market for this sort of suit.  Recently we've noted the Mussleskins MPX style in another thread on this board.

Now I see that Skinz has a new style, the M49 Performer, that appears to provide this feature.  The Skinz  Performer doesn't appear to lift as high as Torpedo, and looks as if it might accommodate more well endowed men.

Are more guys buying them and wearing them, or are the manufacturers just comming around to notice this market and respond to it?  Or both?

I think there is some anology between this style for men and push-up bras for women.  Also, and perhaps in a different way,  to women's bikini and thong bottoms that have the camel toe effect.

A couple of the female contributers to this site and indicated an interest in men's suits having more "shape."  Is this sort of thing that they have in mind?

These styles do seem to require the wearer to fill them out or look silly in public.  (If you haven't got it, don't try to flaunt it.  I'd rather see a woman with smaller breasts wearing a top that fits than wear one too big for her.)

Your thoughts on these styles, comparisons beweeen them, places and situations where they are okay to wear, and so on?

DoreFan #46

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:01/26/2007 02:52:54Copy HTML

I'm a big fan of Dore's push out pouch thongs. I have a number of them as well as a missile and a torpedo. I think you hit the nail on the head when you said they're like push up bras for women. I like how these push out pouches make things more prominent and 'fuller'.

While I've worn the push out pouch thongs in front of people like doctors, chiropractors, massage therapists, I haven't worn them on a beach or anything. I don't think I would wear the torpedo or missile in front of these people though.

Dorefan

thongingbill #47

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:02/20/2007 04:04:57Copy HTML

I'm curious how the professionals you have shown your Dore to have reacted, if at all. 

 

Just curious,

Bill

DoreFan #48

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:02/20/2007 08:51:49Copy HTML

For the most part, I haven't noticed any obvious reactions. But one  time I had a suspender suit on with a push out pouch and the massage therapist said "I like your thing!" I was too stunned to come back with a snappy comment, but that made me feel good that she liked it. Another time a massage therapist and I were talking about nudity because she was a nudist as well and she said something to the effect that I was close to nude because I wore thongs all the time. I've never received any negative comments.

 

 

JM_Runs #49

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:03/28/2007 08:01:59Copy HTML

I have an Dore Open Torpedo thong (which leaves nothing to the imagination) but don't think I would risk wearing it except on a gay beach.
sailor250 #50

Re:Dore's torpedo or missile?

Date Posted:04/26/2008 04:44:43Copy HTML

Does anyone know what the difference is in the new "Aussie Missile" from Dore?

It looks like the missile tube is a different fabric.  Does this mean the tube can be detached?
Anyone own one?
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