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My New Best Friend Pete

These packing underwear are amazing for anyone who soft packs. I'm pretty pleased with Pete, but for packing everyday he's a little bit expensive. However, it's packing underwear that works and makes my ass look really nice. How much can I really complain? I'll do the extra laundry gladly.
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Pros:
Prominent bulge, looks good, very secure for soft-packing, machine-washable
Cons:
Sweaty, price, a little tight
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review
Spareparts' Pete is a great product for packing. He's all about security and the bulge: no slippage whatsoever and huge bulge capabilities with any realistic packer. Because the packer hangs a little high, the balls of a packer contribute to the bulge.

Sizing
The sizing chart listed recommends waist size measurements of 28"-30" as small, 32"-34" as medium, 36"-38" as large, 40"-42" as XL, 44"-46" as 2X, and 48"-50" as 3X. I wear about a 4 in women's pants and a 28/28 in men's, and I got the small. I probably would have been more comfortable in a size up. The waist band is about an inch wide and digs into my hips, and the leg holes have a very thin elastic strip that doesn't stretch very much. There was a little bit of awkward thigh muffintop-ing going on that doesn't happen in regular briefs.

Material/Appearance
Pete is made of 88% nylon and 12% spandex jersey, meaning he is washable! This also means that if synthetic underwear makes you itch, you probably won't be able to wear Pete all day. I'm slightly allergic to a lot of synthetic materials, and this was definitely a hindrance. If you've worn any of Spareparts' harnesses including Joque and Theo without problems, you will be fine because they are made of the same material.

Pete is smooth and a bit shiny to touch. He only comes in a nice black, but I would love some other bold colors. The stitching seems pretty solid so far, and after a days of wear and several times in the washing machine, he looks as good as new.

Pete's structure mirrors that of men's briefs, excepting the pocket for your junk. From the outside, even the pocket looks the same, with a flap for access. I could probably drop my pants in the men's room and no one would catch I was wearing packing underwear. From the inside, there are two panels which can be pushed aside to show a swath of material with a hole and a little elastic strap. The elastic strap is about an inch and a half long and has almost no give. This strap can be wrapped around the balls of your packer. For the likes of Mr. Limpy, it's pretty much pointless but perhaps another packer could use it.


Method
Pete comes in a zipped plastic bag with use and care instructions and a smallish plastic bag. The packaging tells you, "Don't be a dirty bird. Wash before use." Other care instructions are: hand or machine wash cold with mild soap, air dry, do not tumble dry, and no iron.

The picture instructions for how to pack with Pete confused me for a little until I realized that in each panel of instruction, a different type of Pete is being shown (Commando one frame, Trunks the next). They are fairly simple. Wrap the smallish plastic bag around the head and shaft of your packer. This reduces the friction when getting it through the hole for your packer. Take your plastic-wrapped packer and get it through said hole. **Make sure your balls are facing the right direction before taking the plastic off** (This is not on the packaging). Then pull the plastic bag off. Decide whether you want your packer to be against your skin and whether you want to use the ball strap. If you want the packer against your skin, make sure the flaps are tucked away where they will stay. Otherwise, pull the flaps up and over the back of your packer. Put Pete on. Feel sexy.

There are also instructions for using an STP (Stand to Pee)packer which are similar to those for other packers.

Usage
Pete can be used for gender play, in the bedroom or onstage, or for everyday packing. So far I have only packed with a softpacker, Mr. Limpy, and the packaging states that Pete is "created exclusively for soft packing." I'm not sure I would try hard packing with Pete just because of the snug fit and angle of the pocket. You might tear Pete or have your packer at an awkward angle that digs into your pubic bone. It can also be used with an STP packer. I don't have an STP, but I will definitely be testing this out as soon as I get one and will keep you all updated.

If you're going to be wearing these all day, get ready to sweat. The synthetic material technically wicks sweat, as opposed to absorbing it like cotton would, but there is still substantial ball sweat going on. Alternatively, if you were using a packing strap with briefs on top, you would probably sweat more.
Experience
As a sidenote, I tried Pete on with my Feeldoe (inserting the Feeldoe through Pete first and then slipping onto/into both) with the front pocket pushed to the side so that the Feeldoe stuck through the hole and straight out. My girlfriend and I got Pete hoping that we could use him with the Feeldoe for added support. We were reluctant to attempt it, though, because the hole the Feeldoe is slipped through is not reinforced in any way and could rip easily, although it did hold me at a good angle.
Follow-up commentary
Pete is still performing excellently and is a staple in my packing wardrobe. Over time he has developed some pilling like used swimsuit material does, even though I've cared for him as noted. It's bound to happen with the material rubbing under your jeans etc., so my only complaint is that I can't afford 10 more pairs!
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My Pete briefs packer tags
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Can be worn under clothing
    • Gender play
    • Soft-packing
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
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Comments
  • Rawhide
    Rawhide  
    Thanks for this review, especially the sizing info!
  • deae04
    deae04  
    No problem. I'm glad it was useful.
  • chucky
    chucky  
  • carenautilus
    carenautilus  
    Thanks for the review, very informative!
  • Blooddragon
    Blooddragon  
    Great review!
  • Stinkytofu10
    Stinkytofu10  
    Great review with size chart!
  • NoOneNosMe
    NoOneNosMe  
    Thanks for the review!
  • fromazoo
    fromazoo  
    Great review
  • philly
    philly  
    good review
  • Peggi
    Peggi  
    Thanks for your detailed review! Glad to hear that you've used this with Mr. Limpy, because that's what I'd want to use it for And thanks for the sizing info!
  • deae04
    deae04  
    no problem! Glad it was useful. Mr. Limpy's great too.
  • LuciFaery
    LuciFaery  
    Thanks for the review!
  • richsam
    richsam  
    thanks for the review
  • Rey
    Rey  
    thx for the detailed review!
  • Bignuf
    Bignuf  
    Thanks for a very helpful review
  • SadoMas
    SadoMas  
    ty
  • meezerosity
    meezerosity  
    Thanks for the review!
  • U3H
    U3H  
    thanks
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