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That site is pretty good. Furthermore, it has a load of links to female mask sites world-wide (including many Japanese ones) Should be a good bookmark for those into this subject. Anyone know of other sites with good, reliable and working links?
Hello. I have been looking at a lot of different hoods lately. I think I would love one with a built in gag. I'm wondering though, if it anyone has a preference as far as whether to get one that pulls on over the head, or laces up, or zips up. I'm ignorant about them. I know which ones I find highly erotic, but I'd hate to invest in one only to have it be a chore to get on and off.
Any opinions would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
As i wear latex hoods with inner gags, surely the cheaper pull over hoods are the most comfortable ones but there are not many different types around.choice is limited. So i prefer the thicker hoods and i get them with laces, i know lots of people prefer zippers, because it s more easy getting it on and off in a split second, but for me the lacing myself in , is part of the building up the fun and gets me excited , it s like a ceremony to me. my latest built in gag hood is this white mask, from outside you could never have guessed it has a gag inside which fills out all mouth, since the gag is shaped to the form of your inside mouth.it s not solid as other gags , but flexible , so it s like having a full mouth and it adjusts to your mouth, very comfy to wear. this type gag is new and used by rubbersfinest
Thank you for your thoughts. That is an incredible hood, and I love the way you can't look at from the outside and know there's a gag on the inside. May I ask you where you found it? It's funny, but putting on layers of lycra is very much a ritual for me. I think the laces would fit in nicely.
I agree with dutchbloke, lace ups are normally the best as they have the ability to follow the contours of an individuals head. Zips are also good if the mask is well made and you can get some which have both, which I guess give you the best of both worlds.
I think pull on types are usually a waste of money, as they will always split - normally sooner rather than later, and if I think of the amount of money I've spent on them over the years I could probably have bought myself 2 or 3 from demask for the same cost!
On the subject of gags (and other mask accessories), I always find a basic mask is best and then I get the rest as add on's that you can mix and match when you want, otherwise I'd have to buy a mask for every conceivable combination - could get expensive!
dutchbloke2004-- where did you get that awesome gag hood?
Originally spoken by ataraxiaumm... didn't dutchbloke just say where he got it from?Originally spoken by LycraNLatex
It's at Rubbersfinest.com[rdx]6782[/rdx]Originally spoken by dutchbloke2004
Last edited by Ataraxia; 2004-Oct-07 at 18:43.
thnks NZrubber for helping the members out about the gag, here s 2 pics showing the shape of the gag more clearly, this time from a system hood mask made by the same company.
Can you provide a more detailed photo of the gag? Looks good!
Stretch6 (PhD, retired analytical/organic chemist)