Tag: sleepsack

TFG Rope weave sleepsack

TFG Rope weave sleepsack

Yet another neoprene sleepsack tie, but this time, my BF was quite proud of the ropework he did on the lacing and my feet.  I have to say I agree with him.

Also used a blindfold.  The jock cup gag was originally sold by Fort Troff, but I don’t think they sell it anymore.  And for the record, that UA sock (which is actually their Spiderman UA sock) positively reeks.  I have never washed them… just wear them and put them in a ziplock.  The stink fills up the entire room, and nearly makes my BF gag.  I love ’em.

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TFG Reverse Mummy

TFG Reverse Mummy

So as I’ve mentioned before, we own a Neoprene Sleepsack. I totally love it, but to be honest, it’s too big for me.  (I hope to one day get a Deluxe Leather Sleepsack that fits correctly and has some custom features.)  So my BF has to get creative sometimes about how to get me tied into it tightly.

Now, if you don’t know, the typical sleepsack has rings you lace the rope through, much like the eyelets for shoelaces.  But on this day, my BF had and interesting idea… what if we laced the rope around the outside of the sleepsack, running behind the back?

This simple, but totally revolutionary concept created an entirely different feel to the sack.  Would I say it was actually tighter?  Not necessarily, but it certainly tugged in new locations, and when I’ve been in the sack many, many times, it really changed it up quite a bit.  Give it a try yourself sometime, and let me know what you think!

Other gear used:

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