Single-glove leotard and self-bondage

Updated on Oct 27, 2011 @ 00:30:

See the forum thread – Strappado managed to make one huge step forward in his self-bondage adventures.

Updated on Aug 21, 2011 @ 20:31:

Strappado bought this leotard! Read the Single Glove Leotard forum thread!

Published on Jul 24, 2011 @ 01:36:

What: Armbider/single-glove bodysuit. High quality faux leather. All sizes from 28″ to 50″ (waist). 48 hour dispatch.

Where: the item, the shop (The Federation, UK).

Why: Just another single-glove design. Now built into a leotard. Here the glove is just a leather sack with three straps. No zips or lacing, what simplifies the design. The zip is in front, what theoretically might make using this construction in self-bondage possible. The locking collar can be locked together with the slider what should prevent even theoretical possibility of getting free (a simple attribute of inescapable bondage).

Based on Single-gloves, men vs women, problems and solutions. Part I I would question the upper arm strap. It will not make the glove tighter, but rather cut the blood circulation.

See another photo below. What do you guys think?

3 thoughts on “Single-glove leotard and self-bondage”

  1. This looks interesting, I like the concept. I wonder, which measurements they will take into account, as shape and size of the bag itself are quite important for cmfort. I also would like a tight fit of the leotard.

    The straps will be useless for self bondage, as there is no way to tighten them. And – you are right – the upper one is painful.

    It actually gives me an idea: I have a leotard, on which I have sewn the ends of the sleeves together, so they form one long tube – arms can’t get out. The next step could be to sew the sleeves together lengthwise, perhaps up to above the elbows. That one is safe, because it has a wide collar to get in – and out. I have little trouble to get the shoulder parts on, almost no trouble to get them off and free. The final step would be the same with a high-collar zipped leotard.

  2. Strappado ” wrote:

    I also would like a tight fit of the leotard.

    I’m afraid with this material it’s not possible. Thick latex is a better candidate for the whole construction. And it will help to distribute the pressure (but also to the wrong points 😉

    Strappado ” wrote:

    The next step could be to sew the sleeves together lengthwise,

    You will probably need two parallel seams with some distance to distribute the load, which will be quite heavy.

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