Over last weekend, @SOwithoutAneros sent me a PM on how to choose your jockstrap and your cup size correctly. He seemed bashful in asking me his questions. So I answered him matter-of-factly giving him all sorts of information from web sites selling jocks and cups in the USA, UK, and even in Australia. I hope he found my e-mail helpful.
This blog entry is a summary of the information I gave him.
Ordinary jockstraps worn by men come in sizes of medium, large, extra-large (XL), and even XXL and XXXL. They are the waist sizes of guys. Guys may buy jocks in medium or large. The waist and leg straps secure the fit of the jock whereas the jock pouch holds a guy’s genital. Thus a jockstrap should fit securely but not too tightly. That would be downright uncomfortable for a guy. A jockstrap is ideal for holding a guy’s erection. Just be sure to wear your cock in a up position or the twelve o’clock position.
Men and boys normally wear a jock and cup for contact sports, but quite a few of us wear such for fetish reasons, or just because they feel real good. Hence they wear them for everyday wear.
Originally athletic cups came in just two sizes: one size for boys and one size for men. In recent years, for men, cup sizes came in large and extra large sizes to accommodate one’s penis and testicle endowment. Shock Doctor, for example, has large and extra large sizes, whereas Nutty Buddy has three sizes for men, medium, large, extra-large. So choose the cup size to hold your “junk” comfortably. Read more »