The Trans Consumer


The Tool Belt STP-Friendly Packing Harness
August 13, 2011, 6:06 pm
Filed under: 3/5, featured, harness, text, things | Tags: , , , ,

Finding an STP-Friendly packing harness is not exactly the easiest of tasks. The Tool Belt has pros and cons, just like any other products, but it’s interesting: the pros are the cons simultaneously.

I didn’t find it to be too difficult to put the packer in the harness. There’s a bit of resistance due to the texture most packers have (especially the ones with Cyberskin material). It was never frustrating though. I did find that the packer would gradually slip out in the front. It never fell out completely of course, but this added to the low hang issue which I’ll talk about right now.

A packer sitting in the Tool Belt will hang incredibly low. This can’t particularly be avoided since it’s meant to facilitate using your STP. On the other hand, it hangs so low that your entire packer gets stick in between your legs. In my case, I wore it while working, and I found my dick going farther and farther down my pant leg. I wear men’s pants, but I also wear pants that actually fit me. So, it was very obvious, and it looked as though I had an erection. This is not the look I want to be sporting at my job.

Transguys.com says the problem with the low hang is mitigated by wearing briefs instead of loose boxers. This certainly gives the product hope. If you don’t already own briefs, that’s just another thing on the list you have to buy just to use the restroom. If you’re on hormones, briefs may irritate your downstairs. If that’s the case, I wouldn’t recommend the product. If you own and enjoy wearing briefs, this product is perfect for you.

Rating: 3/5

Behind the cut are pictures of me wearing this harness with a packer (one sitting and one standing). These are NSFW. Please follow the corresponding laws for your country concerning adult images.

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