archive to May 03, 2003
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I'd just bought a C&B from JustRubber, the material is thick and not as stretchy.
Is there a method to thin it out, but not damage it so that it would be more stretchy.
small, I have found pants or bermudas with attached sheath, the best for comfort.
Hate to tell you how tight a Denber C&B sheath is -- too tight and not enough stretch.
An optimum thickness exists for all portions of a C&B sheath and they have not found it, yet.
The light one is a tad light and not as well finished around the opening compared to below.
don't start me on tearing sheaths; it seems to me that if you leak when erect, you can easily tear through a conventional condom (by slipping up into the bulb).
My problem is size rather than trying to fit the gear in...
I'm currently querying (a maker of rubber garments) as to the feasibility of hand making sheaths in custom sizes.
I have no problem getting my knackers into a C&B with or without lube.
Hey, Drgummi got me thinking about thin c&b sheaths.
Personally I use the can trick, but this doesn't work with sheaths that integrated into a pair of shorts or whatnot.
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