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post #1 of 31 Old 08-04-2010, 12:03 AM Thread Starter
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See-through Jods?!

I just got my new Devon Aire jods in... I love them! The problem is that they are totally see through, you can see pretty much everything

What are some solutions to that? Go commando?

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LOL, can you maybe find some underwear that are very similar in color to your jods? Or maybe a pair of those long under armor heat wicking tight things LOL, I don't know what they are called.

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Try seamless nude-coloured undies. My show breeches are really tight and if you were bright undies, its not a good look in the show ring.
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LOL okay, I'll be on the lookout for granny panties ;)

I would think the under armor things would get hot?

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Maybe, I don't know. I think they have some that are designed for summer wear that, instead of insulating, are heat and moisture wicking?

Under Armour | Men's UA HeatGear Compression Short | 1201164 | $24.99

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I just got my new Devon Aire jods in... I love them! The problem is that they are totally see through, you can see pretty much everything

What are some solutions to that? Go commando?

Now you just KNOW what the boys will be looking at !

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Dirty, dirty spyder LOL.

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I would think the under armor things would get hot?

Trust me, UnderArmor will not make you hot. It's what soldiers wear in Iraq and Afghanistan in the middle of summer, that is if they don't go commando. I would highly recommend it, but I have no idea how they would look under jod's. Whatever you decide, good luck.

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LOL Spyder. You are BAD ;)

Hm, I'll have to take a look at UnderArmor stuff next time I'm in one of their stores. Thanks!

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What are some solutions to that? Go commando?
Nooooo to commando!!! Sounds like you should invest in some long johns - sexy!

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