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hotbunz1969 #51

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:04/03/2013 02:34:24Copy HTML

SlidingG has it spot on, these suits really don't cover much, and yes you are best to wear a ring with them, at least that way the suit stays in place better. 
I tried them out when Tangaland first brought them out and ended up giving them to my then GF, (fitted her really rather nicely!!)  I tried then again last year, just for the hell of it as I was ordering other suits as well, gotta admit they went down very well in Ibiza.......but they are not for the faint of heart, they really do only cover the tip and that's only if you don't do anything to energetic, I'd not recommend swimming in them........you'll come out of the water showing everything
For a private pool party or a c/o environment where your just chilling, catching a few rays and want to have the smallest show off suit........ They can't be beat!!!! 
leo40 #52

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:04/03/2013 11:24:28Copy HTML

I believe Xchip was referring to the ebay store Slinky Swimwear.
kmackhard #53

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:04/05/2013 01:26:35Copy HTML

Hi there have bought many tangaland suits . Also some very tiny ones including teardrop suit and microminus etc I posted some pictures on my aimoo page. The tiny suits I keep on with a rubber @@@@@@ ring as you can see in the pictures thats about the only way to keep them in place. They are however really sexy suits and I will buy more for sure. Thanks kmack
OS777 #54

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:04/10/2013 08:49:44Copy HTML

Today I was sorting through some of my suits that I had purchased yet never tired on. Wow! I discovered a Tangaland G-string that is absolutely the smallest suit G-string I have. It is small, I do mean small. The triangle of sheer mesh material with a spiderweb design does not completely cover the head of my _ _ _ _! It is tight and the strap that connects the material to the back of the suit turns out to be a "ball splitter." I love it. This is very much in line with how extreme of a suit that I will wear at a clothing optional beach or resort his spring and summer season. I think I may order a few more as well as a few TM (Japanese) thongs and bikinis. The one TM thong has a small sheer blue bag that is connected by a blue strap to a "shaft ring." I prefer thongs and bikinis rather than very thin G-strings. Mystique is what I quest for. Get out there and wear your gear!
bmicro #55

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:04/13/2013 02:14:18Copy HTML

I have worn the Tangaland bag, half bag, ouvert bag and very small teardrop on public beaches with no problems. The tiny string and microminimus have proven to be the few suits (except those that completely expose the member) that I will not wear on a crowded beach. I guess that I have found my limit with them.
Yes, on those occasions when I have worn them at relatively deserted sections of the beach, a C ring is essential to have any chance of their staying in place.
jaystring #56

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:04/14/2013 10:29:01Copy HTML

I have worn the ouvert bag with one of there King c--- rings it lets you show enough and keep some hidden. I wore mine on the beach on a hot day and enjoyed the attention it got when going for a swim.
lovemythong #57

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:04/14/2013 11:34:05Copy HTML

There are 2 "Ouvert Bags" offered by Tangaland, the "extra small" bag is one I have just received off Tangaland, which I think is better than their original one.  Mainly because it fits better and does not look too baggy with excess material.  Yes it does show off quite a bit, but, not all, and looks a treat with a c-ring on, you would certainly have to pick a very liberal beach or resort to feel confident enough to wear it.  I've also got the "Silicon Teardrop String" too, which again is great because there is nothing else quite like it on the market at a good price.  All in all great choice of swimwear offered from Tangaland, with something for everbodys tastes.
calimuscle #58

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/27/2013 04:05:42Copy HTML

i love the tangaland swimsuits i recently purchased. the lena string is great because i feel like i'm wearing a swimsuit, but my junk is completely exposed. i haven't worn it to a beach yet, but it's made some great photos, and i love the stares i get in the locker room at the gym.  the tiny mesh string makes for some jaw-dropping photos, imho, but isn't terribly practical as others have pointed out. the microminimus feels amazing to wear, but is tough to rock as a look per se.

now i'm thinking of getting a "Men Triangle String Orange". does anyone know how many inches can fit inside the pouch comfortably in 'up' position, and just how transparent the fabric is?  i don't mind showing some curves, and it's okay if it's see through up close, as long as it isn't too obvious from a ways away.

thanks!
thonglife #59

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:10/07/2013 01:22:12Copy HTML

Based on their website and selection, I really like some of the TG bikinis. The men's are certainly about as risque as it gets aside from torpedos etc from Jovana. I'm considering a TG triangle string for myself or maybe even the Daring teardrop for alone time in the sun. Does anyone own one and can describe the fit? Looks like it hold you pointing up. The ladies suits are hot, hot so I'd have to order my Mrs one too :)
kmackhard #60

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:10/07/2013 03:36:19Copy HTML

Hi there have many of their suits now. I really like these suits. Really nice stretchy material nice fit all mine are small. I have the white and blue triangles both seethrough. I also have a black sheer torpedo(like the red one on the site) also a black teardrop which you will need a @@@@@@ ring to keep you in this suit . I also have a lace lena in pink and two of the lace tiny tiny womens G-strings at the bottom of mens extreme page very tiny backyard suits. I also own that little piece of nothing with  the clear waistband that the old guy is modelling on the beach. If you look at my pics from 2012 and 2013 you will see me in some of these suits. The price for shipping and shipping times are really quite reasonable. Hope you enjoy them.
                                                                                                                  Cheers kmackhard
tanlines2thin #61

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:10/08/2013 11:13:21Copy HTML

the tangaland extremes are definite 'statement suits'.......glad to hear that someone else admits to enjoying these types of 'show-suits' in the privacy of their backyard pool.........very, very & very cool..........bravo......
goodyrthonger #62

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:10/08/2013 11:41:57Copy HTML

Kmackhard and tanlines2thin,  nice minimal suits, definetly for backyards, nude beaches or secluded spots. looks great on both of you
leo40 #63

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:10/24/2013 04:22:11Copy HTML

Evidently Tangaland is simply selling their "woman's mini G-string" over again as their "men's mini G-string" without any changes.  So, OK, I tried one.  I'm now "beta testing" it for practical wear-ability. Its very limited coverage is just a flat triangle of cloth, one and a half inches across at the top and two and a half inches high.   It would never stay in place in the water, but if you don't mind a piece of elastic string low around your thighs, and aren't bothered by re-positioning the tiny patch whenever you stand up from sitting, and you don't really need any coverage anyway, it's a fun G-string. I'm now experimenting with some tiny amounts of skin adhesive under the triangle.  Where and how often I'll wear it outside is to be decided.
jaystring #64

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:10/24/2013 11:12:11Copy HTML

I have just returned from San Agustin in Gran Canaria where I have had a great time wearing Tangalands man bag, mesh bag and half bag on the beach what a great place!
clubthongs #65

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:06/12/2014 03:38:34Copy HTML

I am interested in trying the man bag g string but I would like to hear from others who have worn this suit. I am fairly well endowed and fear that the pouch may be too small unless the fabric is quite stretchy. Any advice would be appreciate. Thanks.
malagaguy #66

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:06/13/2014 12:11:18Copy HTML

Ali Express sells a lot of the Tangaland range @ around $5.
I have bought from them and had no problem.
http://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?SearchText=la+diva&catId=0&initiative_id=AS_20140612160220
Latex_Fan #67

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:06/13/2014 03:02:10Copy HTML

I have a number of Tangaland suits.  I can confirm that their suits are very small.  I'm a little larger in the downstairs department and certainly fight to keep inside on many occasions.  The men teardrop suspender is particularly difficult to keep in, much to the amusement of my GF.  In fact, she has taken to wearing it instead of me.  
I've worn it on some of the beaches near me but in th eend just take it off or pass it to my GF to wear, she loves it.  The 

 Men Teardrop Suspender
hotbunz1969 #68

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:06/13/2014 03:41:24Copy HTML

 I have a few suits from Tangaland in two styles, the mini micro and like latex_fan the teardrop sling. 
The mini micro is tiny and not really meant to fit you, it covers my gland like its meant to, and that's about it. Great show off suit.
I'm just above average downstairs and the teardrop sling which is the other style I own,  only works for me when I'm flaccid, the slightest growth and I'm out of it. I fit better into my GF's bikini-beach slingshot, so we did the swap!
Well made suits that run a tad on the small side in my opinion. 
clubthongs #69

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/14/2014 03:22:33Copy HTML

 I have been wearing the Tangaland Man Bag for sunbathing and I love it but it is so skimpy that it takes awhile for me to stuff it all into the pouch so that all is covered. A few people at the beach have commented on its brevity. I am wondering if anyone has tried the Man String Tanga (extra small). Given that the Man Bag barely covers me, I am concerned that this G String would be too small for me. Thanks for any advice!
Maxin #70

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/15/2014 04:47:24Copy HTML

 I tried this thong and it is totally impractical and imposssible to keep in place. Best kept for the bedroom! Or save your money and buy something from Tendenze, Jovanna, Alpha Moda, Dore etc.
NcknameInUse #71

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/15/2014 06:27:21Copy HTML

 I'm just getting ready to hit the beach here in Turkey.
Just tried on my tangaland extra small teardrop suit.

Don't think my wife will be happy   It's just a balls out suit only covers some of the shaft.
I'd give it a go on my own given the chance but I'll be wearing jovana today I think.
kmackhard #72

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/15/2014 04:21:51Copy HTML

Try wearing that suit with a stretchy rubber @@@@@@ ring pulled over the suit that holds it in place and looks spetacular
gocal #73

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/16/2014 01:58:03Copy HTML

 I have a couple tangaland suits.  I don't think I would wear them in public as they are the smallest suits I have and really leave nothing to the imagination.  I think I would rather be naked than wear them in public.  That being said, they look really good on me and I do like how they fit and feel.   
Beached_Santa_Cruz #74

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/16/2014 02:34:03Copy HTML

 I have a tangaland orange sheer.   My ex-gf has a Malibu Strings orange see thru so we matched when we went to Turks and Caicos.  We wore them when we were the only ones on the beach.   Definitely not for a crowded beach in Santa Cruz.  I'd probably get arrested for indecent exposure if I wore them on the main beach.
J_R_365 #75

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/26/2015 11:07:55Copy HTML

 How does the "Daring" teardrop compare with, say, the "Two-tone" teardrop, in terms of fit? The Daring one looks to have a center seam, but the Two-tone does not. The model for the Daring is wearing it pointed up, which I would never do. How does the Daring fit when worn pointed down?
bmicro #76

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/27/2015 01:08:58Copy HTML

 The daring is designed to be worn up but you can wear it down as well and it looks all right. It does have more coverage than the two tone teardrop and is easier to wear.
OS777 #77

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:09/28/2015 11:11:06Copy HTML

 Last Saturday afternoon was spent wearing my Dore black and white pirate print thong while I layed out on the open south lawn of Barton Springs pool.  I left after 4 hours of reading my book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.  Following my departure I drove to a private pilates / dance studio for an evening of nude esoteric dancing.  At night's end I doned a sheer orange Tangaland open crotch thong. One of the other particants, a beautiful young woman, took notice and complimented me on the brief and bold garment that I was wearing. Throughout the 2 hour dancing I was only wearing a very heavy chrome C-ring which is part of my standard attire under thongs or my "well over the top" out of doors assortment of thongs that I bring with me to swim in.
J_R_365 #78

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:11/28/2015 05:13:59Copy HTML

 On the Silver Ring Bag, can the waist straps be removed from the ring? Does the pouch fit snug enough so there wouldn't be any danger of a wardrobe malfunction while doing so?
Beached_Santa_Cruz #79

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:01/05/2018 04:21:14Copy HTML

 Has anyone bought a “pucker” or “half pucker” bikini from Tangaland?  Some of their suits under men’s and women’s have the word “Uni” in the name.  Are these Universal (men and womens)?
Beached_Santa_Cruz #80

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:01/05/2018 02:51:03Copy HTML

The guys from Tangaland answered me back.  The word "Uni" in the name means the suit is one color.
Bulgewear #81

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:02/17/2019 09:04:41Copy HTML

Received an email today from them which with a sales pitch also said: We close our online shop in March 2019 for reasons of age.
shs92645 #82

Re: Tangaland swimsuits

Date Posted:03/21/2019 01:59:06Copy HTML

I ordered 3 items on March 3, my first order with this company. I received an email saying that there would be a 3-4 week delay due to closing until April 30. I’m on vacation and had hoped for quick delivery but I’ve not found them easy to communicate with.
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