Thursday, August 9, 2012

Sleeping bags practically designed for bondage

I've been a huge fan of sleeping bag bondage since I was a kid and from the looks of the polls I've hosted in the past so are my readers, but I have to admit that sleeping bag bondage has it's down sides. I've often heard people refer to sleeping bags as a poor mans sleep-sack, but when you start to compare a sleeping bag to a sleep sack you start to really see their weaknesses.


A sleepsack pretty much does all the work for you, they're tight fitting, there's buckles, zippers, anchors, locks, and easy access to a submissive's dick and extremities without sacrificing any restraints. A sleeping bag is an entirely different story: a high quality bag will cost you about the same as a good sleepsack, maybe even more, so you lose all the advantages of it being economical and you'll still have to either add all your bondage afterward or tie your boy up before he gets zipped inside (or better yet just do both). But it's the zipper that makes bondage in a sleeping bag the most awkward. Almost all sleeping bags have a zipper either on the left or the right side of the bag. It's practical for things like camping, easily getting in and out of the bag, and keeping the zipper out of your face, but it's terrible for playing with a boys cock and balls.  If they started to make sleeping bags with a four part zipper like a down suit we'd be starting to take a step in the right direction, and a few other manufacturers have caught my eye by doing something entirely different; moving the zipper to the center of the bag.




The two bags above are the 800-fill Sherpa Tenzing and the 800-fill Stoic Somnus, both featuring a double zipper that stretches down to the crotch, perfect for teasing a well restrained boy.  And the Stoic Somnus has a Pertex Quantum lining and shell, I am seriously debating getting this bag, if it feels anything like the lining of the Rab Neutrino Endurance I can see myself tied up in it for a long time.

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