I have encouraged my boys to wear them for comfort, breathability, and character starting around 8-10 years old. Most middle school boys harass boys in the locker room who do not wear boxers or boxer briefs. My 10 and 13 year old were no exception, but they actually took pride in being obstinate by not just going along with the crowd. For a little while they were embarassed, for the other kids told the girls. They got over it by being very forward with it. I think that wearing them through formative years builds character.
It is pretty difficult to find a boys size in the store. Walmart carries Franklin, but the pouch is way too small and tight. I did not buy one of these for my sons, for then they would dislike all jocks. Bike and Duke jocks are the most comfortable by far. No cups. Cups are terribly uncomfortable. Go to sportskids.com. They have them in 2 packs and by the dozen. Get a size up and make sure they have several to wear. Mine have about 20 boxers and briefs plus about 14 jocks each to wear throughout the week for xc, Wrestling, track, and soccer. Our kids are involved in a bunch of sports so jocks are regular and ordinary underwear. So long as they are wearing a SIZE UP, then they will prefer them under a pair of shorts or compression shorts.
At a minimum, a boy should start wearing a jockstrap once they begin puberty, since their genitals will be growing and need more support. But boys should wear a jock and cup any time they play a sport where they might get hit, regardless of age.
You should wear a jock strap if you need to be wearing a cup - so for sports where you might get hit. You should also wear a jock strap for support for running, working out, gym class, etc, even if a cup is not required.
You wear a jock strap to keep your genitals supported when you play sports or work out. They fit tightly in order to keep everything pulled up against your body.
NO you can if u want :)
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1) Make sure you have a jock strap that is specifically designed for a cup. 2) Insert cup into jock strap narrow end first. 3) Pull on jock strap (with cup) as you would a pair of briefs. 4) Adjust to comfort.
Beats me. A jock strap isn't sturdy enough to offer any support for the body, people usually doesn't dance around much while lifting weights, and you're unlikely to be hit in the groin while weight lifting. OTOH, it's unlikely to be a problem. If you like wearing jock straps, go ahead.
yes in footballNot me.No. Wearing underwear with a jock strap is the same thing as wearing two pairs of underwear at the same time, or like wearing jeans layered over sweatpants...very "Granny".a lot of people wear jock strips cuz wen they play a sport,regular underwear rides up wen u sweat and givs u a wedgie,so it kind of defeats the purposeNo Jock straps are made to replace underwear while playing a sport. Jock straps can also be used as everyday underwear but could cause "jock itch" if you don't shower after using it.
when the jock strap fits
Wear a jock strap.
Tighten her up with a clothes pin or some duct tape oughta do it!
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It kind of depends. Different men wear jockstraps differently. Most often, the jockstrap replaces underwear entirely--one option. This is what I'd recommend in general. If you are wearing a hard cup, e.g. in baseball, then usually you wear the jock outside your sliding shorts. But a lot of sliding shorts have a cup pouch built in, making a jock unnecessary. In hockey, if the cup pouch isn't built in, the jock can go outside. I see no reason to wear a swimming jock if you are wearing racing trunks or jammers, so don't bother wearing a jock in this case.
put it on like a pair of underwera
the one you can wear in public
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Put the cup in the jock strap and tell him to wear it like underwear...
There isn't really an age limit on wearing a jockstrap, a boy can wear them at any age, and should anytime they need protection. At the least, boys should start wearing a jock for sports and working out when they start puberty, as they will start needing more support and protection as they grow and develop.
a jill strap protects the lower belly and pelvic bone.It is the equivalent of a male's cup. (jock strap)jock strap is A garment made of stretchy cotton intended primarily to embarass teenaged boys in gym class and secondarily to secure their wobbly bits from getting jostled
A jock strap is a type of underwear made to keep a man or boy's genitals pulled in tight against the body, so they don't bounce around when he works out or runs.
Jock is the slang term for an athlete. It is a reference to a jock-strap, a men's undergarment used specifically for sports.
It's a little bit uncomfortable at first to wear a jock strap, especially if you're not used to it. But it feels better to have good support when you run, and to not worry about getting hit down there.
Definitely. A jockstrap keeps your penis and testicles in place and prevents bouncing and twisting.