The very first pieces to our rubber collection had to be a jockstrap…it would have been rude not to!
This trip panel jockstrap is a staple of any rubber boys wardrobe and ideal for beginners. What better way to start your exploration into the rubber world that with a piece from the iconic Fetish Freak London
Exclusive online to JOCK we have these stunning jocks in 4 colours. Black, Red, Blue and Transparent. Available in sizes small-XL – XS and 2XL available on made to order basis(+5 days on delivery) other sizes are available so please DM us if you have a request to email@example.com
LATEX CARE INFO
Rubber clothing will serve you for a long time if you take a good care of it.
Keep away from any source of moisture, heat, all metals and direct sunlight. Moisture will cause latex to gradually rot, heat will start to melt it,
metals cause permanent staining and sunlight will bleach it. Don’t be tempted to hang your latex outside or on radiators and do not tumble dry.
Oils are damaging to latex and will cause staining (with exception of silicone oils). For this reason avoid using body moisturisers and self tans before wear. It’s also good practice to wash or wipe clean your garment after use as sweat and body oils can over time gradually damage latex.
Do not use perfumes or antiperspirants when wearing your garment, these products contain a mixture of chemicals that can react with latex.
Store in a dark dry place away from metals and metal hangers. A garment bag is ideal, plastic bag will do the job too.
You can store similar colours together in the same bag but don’t mix as the bright and dark colours will bleed onto the lighter ones.
Take time and care when putting on your latex clothing, latex can easily tear or damage if you are not careful with nails or jewellery.
Talcum powder or silicone oil can ease the process. Do not rush pull or roll, just gently and gradually pull and shift until it’s sitting right.