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Date Posted:01/21/2016 01:31:26Copy HTML

I was browsing in the thong/panty section in Marshall's the other day.  I was looking for thongs and I found some good ones.  They have New Balance thongs.  Yes, the same New Balance that makes shoes.  It's kind of funny, they even have reflector paint on them!  Anyway, they are pretty comfortable.  I've shopped the local stores and purchased 12 of them.  They have them in a two pack for $6.99.    They are very similar to the Barely There thong panties that used to be sold at Kohl's.  Yes, I know they are panties but they are comfortable and hold all of my parts in and aren't tight.

Check them out if you get to Marshall's anytime soon.
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Re:New Balance Thongs at Marshall's Dept store

Date Posted:02/05/2018 02:39:16Copy HTML

Looking through Marshalls bought the pack of three sold as performance seamless thong. Not as good as CK seamless but close enough. Picked it up for about $5 each which isn't all that bad. Will use it in the gym seeing it's nylon stretch so it can fit better last longer. Other then it is little bit low rise i'm not complaining.  Thanks for the tip, never to late seeing it is older post.
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