There is often a reason why guys hang on to their gear for so long; it is comfortable.

Also, the truth be told, breaking in new gear is not always easy either. We have all had a bad experience with a new pair of shoes and blisters. Nobody wants that situation going on when it comes to a new jockstrap, or any gear for that matter.

So that brings us to ask…

How Do You Break In Your New Gear?

Share with us your tips, tricks or routines, which you use; to get your jockstrap feeling more supportive and less restrictive. Or other things like;

  • How do you avoid chaffing with a new harness or chaps?
  • Do you have different tricks for your “work out gear” versus the casual gear or play gear?

Let us know in the comments below.

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