Review: Spareparts Pete Packer Brief

Recently, I reviewed the Soft Pack from Babeland.  Now what good is a packer without a packing strap or some kind of packing underwear?  Well I had a lot of fun with it without the underwear, but Babeland was kind enough to send me the Pete Packer UnderWear Brief to review as well.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  Gender Play
  • Manufacturer:  Spareparts
  • Materials:  Nylon Spandex Jersey
  • Size:  Small(28″-30″), Medium(32″-34″), Large(36″-38″), XL(40″-42″), XXL(44″-46″, special order only), XXXL(48″-50″, special order only)
  • Price:  $38.00 or $105.00 for 3 pack
  • Pros:  Comfortable on bare skin; Versatile; Great instructions
  • Cons:  A bit tight fighting
  • Overall Rating: something/5
  • Recommended: Yes
spareparts pete packer underwear briefs

The package (front and back)

The package for the Briefs is very simple.  They come sealed in a pastic zip-lock bag with a large paper insert.  The insert does show someone wearing them, but it’s a very attractive and pretty much fully clothed picture.  The front lists all the features of the underware and the back has the size charge as well as three cute little images that say “Don’t be caught without a Spare”, “Don’t be a dirty bird, wash before use”, and “Pack like a pro”.  I think these images are awesome.  It also comes with an instruction sheet, which I’ll talk more about later, and a small baggie to use with the instructions.  I suppose you could use the zip-lock to store the underwear and everything together, but I keep them with the rest of my lingerie or you could keep them with your underwear.

spareparts pete packer underwear briefs

The underwear

The underwear themselves are very fitting.  I received the XL and I have a 40″-42″ waist (depends on the day) and I found them to be a bit too tight.  Perhaps it’s because they have a very wide elastic waist.  The underwear I typically wear have very small waist bands, so it is probably just that I’m not used to this type of underwear.  However, it means you don’t have to worry about them slipping or sliding down.  Aside from that, the elastic is very stretchy and does not dig in.  The rest of the material is nylon and it is also very stretchy and comfortable.  I had no problem wearing this against my bare skin.  If you didn’t want to invest in multiple pairs, you could easily wear some underwear under them as well.  The only thing I’m not a huge fan of is the that it does have the Spareparts logo on the front of the underware.  It’s not huge, but I would just prefer it wasn’t there.  As far as washing, you can hand or machine wash cold with mild soap and no bleach.  It also says to not use fabric softener, tumble dry, or iron.  To dry just lay them flat or hang them up.

spareparts pete packer underwear briefs

The awesome instruction sheet

Now, I was a bit confused at first on how to insert a packer.  I poked and prodded and played around with it.  There are so many flaps and all, it can be a bit confusing.  That is until I found the instruction sheet.  The instruction sheet has step by step instructions with pictures!  It’s great.  It shows how to use a regular soft packer as well as stand-to-pee packers.  For soft packers it includes a small plastic baggie to aid in inserting your packer.  The instruction sheet is pretty awesome and I’m glad I checked the package again.

Overall, I like the Pete Packer UnderWear Brief a lot.  They’re comfortable alone or under clothes and the instructions make it really easy to use.  I think they’re very versatile.  If you don’t like the Brief style though, Babeland also carries Commando, Trunks, and Freestyle versions!  And don’t forget to pick up a packer to go with them.  Oh, and stay tuned for a fun gender play photogallery I’m going to do at some point in the near future (hopefully soon!).

*This review was sponsored by Babeland, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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