GearEssentials

International Mr. Leather (IML) is a crazy-fun place!  We love being there because we get to meet our customers face-to-face....or head-to-head!  Seriously, it allows us to make sure that our ball weights and cock rings fit correctly.  If they don't fit right they are uncomfortable and you won't wear or enjoy it.  (We want you to ENJOY!)

 

3 Stainless-steeled Dicks at IML Answering the Question: "Does it still fit when I am hard?"

 

One concern we hear is: "Will it fit right when I am hard?"  We always recommend that you stick a finger between the ring and your flaccid dick to make sure you have room to grow.  (If you are a huge grower--vs. a shower--you may need slightly more room.)  These guys wanted to be SURE before they left with their new gear essentials!  (Don't we have a hard job?!)

They discovered that they did have enough room to grow!  [The ball weight shown is a 1/2 inch bandwidth weighing in at 8 ounces.  This rarely impacts your hard on.  Larger weights can keep the skin your dick needs to expand trapped 'down under' so it could potentially be an issue.  Having tried this (of course!) I found that it did not negatively impact my sexual enjoyment though.]  The guy at the top of the picture is wearing gear essentials' Strut cock ring.  It is made of stainless steel and is .4 inches wide (bandwidth).  It is a sassy number that is easy to wear all day.  The third gentleman ended up going home with a Titan.  All were pleased--in fact, two stopped by the next day to let us know how much they enjoyed their new gear essentials.
(Interesting sidebar:  One of these guys is a surgeon and he LOVES his stainless steel.  That brings comfort to some of the folks who worry about damaging your family jewels by wearing a hard band of metal around your hard member.  You can do damage if you wear a ring that is too small or if you wear it to bed.  Those erotic dreams can give you long boners and no release.  Not a happy ending.)
But we know that you will wear the right size, compare your rings and weights with your friends and ENJOY--and who says three's a crowd!

Written by Jay — June 10, 2012

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