Pete briefs packer - packing strap by SpareParts HardWear - review by Sir

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Pack with your briefs!

Like wearing briefs? Like packing? Then look no further, because the Pete briefs are an all-in-one pair of briefs that let you pack while you wear your underwear, without the added hassle of straps, harnesses, and general bulkiness. They do have a thick seam on the inside though, which can become uncomfortable at times. Overall, regardless of their few flaws, they're a great pair of briefs and definitely worth the buy.
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Pros:
Great for packing, very comfortable waistband and material, easy to put on/take off.
Cons:
Thick seam on the inside makes them a bit uncomfortable and scratchy.
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review
These aren't your everyday, run-of-the-mill briefs that you see in stores. These briefs are taken to the next level, made specially for people who might need a little extra in the front. The Pete briefs are a pair of briefs with an added piece in front that can hold a packer/prosthetic, if you so desire. If you have no need for either, you can wear these too as they are comfortable enough to wear regardless of what you're "packing." They fit like briefs, feel like briefs, stretch like briefs, and that's what's so great about them—there isn't any bulk, any extra material or fabric that stands out when wearing them underneath clothing (or alone).

Made out of a black, 12% spandex-jersey and 88% nylon blend, SpareParts' Pete briefs are the same material as their Joque, Theo, and Deuce harnesses. It's very nice and stretchy, and feels similar to bathing suit material, without the worry of pilling or getting otherwise mucked up from wearing. Sadly, the briefs only come in black for now, but hopefully SpareParts will come out with other colors in the future (fingers crossed!).

Even though the pouch in the front does have a few layers of fabric, each layer is so thin that it doesn't feel any different from a pair of regular men's briefs, which generally has a thicker front anyway. The first layer that touches the skin is actually two layers of fabric, folded over each other, which can be spread open to place the packer. On the next layer is a little elastic band and a slit/hole where the shaft of the packer can be pulled through. Then, finally, is the last layer, which just neatly folds over the packer and keeps everything nice and covered!

The briefs fit very comfortably, actually. The material's soft and stretchy, and the waistband is giving enough that it won't feel too tight. However, it may dig into the skin if you're on the bigger side of the size chart that's given, so keep that in mind before purchasing. I recommend buying a size up if you prefer your underwear to be looser. What's a bit different about the briefs from the trunks in terms of fit is the area around the thighs. On the trunks, the edge is not really noticeable and the material there is still stretchy. On the briefs, though, it's a bit tighter and actually feels thicker, making it less stretchy than if it had been finished with folded over material like the trunks. Another thing that I noticed was this huge seam on the inside of the briefs, right underneath the front pouch; it's extremely uncomfortable and scratches against the wearer at times.

Since the front of the briefs has a slit, you can easily use an STP and not have to worry about adjusting or pulling down your underwear. And even if you don't use an STP, it makes blowjobs while wearing clothing very easy (if you are alright with letting your packer/prosthetic receive oral). But don't let all my talk of packer and prosthetics get you down. Though the Pete line of underwear was made for use with people who wear packers or STPs, anyone with any body type can wear these as regular underwear, and they will work just fine. Just keep in mind that if you do have a penis, it may be harder for you to use the slit as you'll have to pull the shaft of your penis through the hole on the middle layer of material.

Something that's really great about the Pete line of underwear is that the tag with all of the information listed is actually inside of the area where the packer will sit. I touched it and it did feel scratchy, so I was certainly thankful for it being placed where it won't touch the skin! There are no tags that touch the body either, which is great for ease of use and mobility because there's nothing there to itch and scratch the skin.

For cleaning, it is imperative that you wash these first alone or with darks. I am not sure whether the dye bleeds or not, but I have had this problem with my Joque harness. Since they're the same material, it's better to be safe than sorry! You can either hand wash these or just wash them in the washing machine, either one works just fine.
Experience
I was much more fond of the trunks than the briefs, but that's just my personal opinion. These fit very nicely and do not chafe or otherwise scratch the skin. The only reasons why I really liked my trunks better are because the thighs on these tended to get irritating due to the fact that they had a thicker edge than the trunks and also because of that huge seam on the inside of the briefs. The seam was hard to deal with, honestly. There were times when it would lay flat and not bother me, and then other times when it really scratched against my skin.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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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
    • Everyone
    • Gender play
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
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