Wood Underwear

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David_NC
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Location: North Carolina

Wood Underwear

Post by David_NC »

This is my first attempt at a review so if you have any specific questions please let me know.
Wood Thong

Material: Lenzing Modal fabric, unfortunately after 3 washings the steam-pressed-on info is gone, but it is very soft and stretchy, but still supportive.

Waist band: standard elastic 1.5in wide

Tail: almost 1 inch thick

Center seam pouch

I decided to try this brand because they looked like Papi (which I love), but they aren’t Papi. I was lucky to find this pair at cheapundies.com for $9.99 which I think is a good price; the normal price is $20. The modal fabric is soft, and it is mostly comfortable to wear all day. The site said it has some moisture wicking properties. The base of the thong is one item I would like changed, it is a little wide for me at almost 2 inches were the thong enters you butt – the material helps make it not too noticeable but would be better a little thinner. Overall, it is a nice basic thong; waist band like standard briefs which I am okay with, soft material (only few color choices though), a little pricey for me at regular price since it isn’t a “perfect” thong.

www.woodunderwear.com/
Bebrief
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Re: Wood Underwear

Post by Bebrief »

This is a great review and accurate. The double lined pouch is very soft, but it doesn’t really hold its shape all day. I find my boys slipping out the side and require some readjusting. I purchased by pair for $26 from an Adam & Eve store in town and would’ve probably passed on them had I read your review. I would’ve waited for them to go on clearance.
David_NC
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Joined: Sun Jun 07, 2020 3:14 pm
Location: North Carolina

Re: Wood Underwear

Post by David_NC »

They had a sale and I decided to buy a second pair, oddly enough it is not as good as the first pair. The tail is a bit longer (same width) and I can’t sew, so they don’t get worn as often. But I liked the camo pattern.
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