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Old 06-21-2009, 04:33 PM   #1
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jock strap?

i have a dilema. i find my junk in an uncomfortable position after the heat of the day and some miles. i was wndering if anyone has ever used a jock strap to keep your up and not between your legs. to keep it all together and not all pointing down and tied up between the legs and sticking. jock strap ftw? i'm going and buying one to see.i'lllet ya know.
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Old 06-21-2009, 04:44 PM   #2
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Old 06-21-2009, 04:44 PM   #3
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LOL! That is a legit question though, let us know how it works.
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as you get older they are like . they can sag at times. and it'snotlike you can reach in and pull em up. especially with gloves. so i have been thinking here lately, jock strap. lol. no cup, just the strap. i was curious if anyone has had the idea and tried it. it's gonna be funny if it's a good idea. especially if your leather suit falls down at the track waiting on a burger and a coke,lol. headed to academy now. how embarasing, it's no big deal but what if the cashier is a young highschool girl or something, lol. here we go!
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I have big , but no need for a jock strap !
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you could pack your in ice and try to shrik em up...

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Go to the store and look at the underbrief britches that are like briefs but go down the legs. you can pull them up and they wont slip down the legs; leaves enough room to keep ur treasures off your legs but doesn't restrict them from breathing.

And no Mike dont even think about coming over for a visual.
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Under Armor knock-off compression shorts FTW! Work great under the tracksuit.
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as you get older they are like . they can sag at times. and it'snotlike you can reach in and pull em up. especially with gloves.!
I do :P
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Old 06-21-2009, 07:08 PM   #13
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well with back protector, leather, and gloves. yeah i cant get my hand in there. really tho, a jock is for exactly this. keeping them upand cntained as to help not get a hernia. it worked for playing football. lifting weights. etc. thinking it may be what i need. i will let ya'll know how it works out.
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Ok, serious answer. Have you looked at bicycle shorts? I don't use them around town, but do on long trips. They keep everything nice and bundled and even have extra padding for comfort. Although, they do take some getting used to.
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I often wear padded bicycle shorts on long rides as well. They work great for me
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I just sling everything over my shoulder and carefully zip up my jacket..
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We still talking about ur ballz Mike?


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JK, I had to.... Bicycle shorts does sound interesting; could be worn under anything comfortably too...
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