Aoelement Kangaroo Pouch Trunks Review
|Aoelement Sports Elephant Nose Trunks||9 USD|
Coming from their website:
Introducing the AOELEMENT® Kangaroo Pouch™ Design x Joey Trainer & Corrector Underwear. AOELEMENT reinvented their award-winning Kangaroo Pouch Underwear serving as Joey Trainer & Corrector System™ with the design of Separate Compartments, 3-D Lift & Support Breathable Balls Pouch and RingUp contributing to a Fuller Upright to help boost blood flow and circulation and make your Joey more active and healthy for full days on the mountain, on the water, in the gym or office!
AOELEMENT® Kangaroo Pouch™ Underwear is the ultimate comfort underwear designed to isolate the male package reducing chafe and sticking. The stylish appearance & comfort will upgrade the way you think about your underwear at affordable prices.
There was a request to review this pair of trunks in March.I hope this review provides information to the reader who wrote an email to me to review.
These trunks come in a few colors: white, black, gray and blue. Stepping back and looking at these trunks you can see some very complex design in the pouch area. You can see a mesh area for the sack and a tunnel area for your Joey. Overall, the design is stylish with some complex pouch design.
The fit of these trunks are fitted – there is no compression to these trunks. When wearing them, it doesn’t feel that you are wearing much, but you do notice the pouch – more on that later.
These trunks came back as 95% Bamboo Rayon and 5% Spandex and the pouch area looks like 85% Nylon and 15% Spandex. Overall, the construction of these trunks aren’t bad and surprisingly most of the seams are flat in this pair of trunks. They also have a patch of silky feel fabric to cover the stitching of the waistband.
Aoelement has created a branded website to start selling them to the European and American markets.
If you are looking at buying these, you need to up-size a lot. I wear a North American medium size and I had to purchase a XL for this pair. They have a chart to compare your height and weight and what size you should buy. From what I can see this is the sizes in comparison:
- North American S = L
- North American M = XL
- North American L = XXL
- North American XL = 3XL
This is only a reference. You do need to look at your weight and height to see if this fits your shape.
I think a lot of you will compare this with Separatec and I will provide some details on this in this review. I typically would only review the product and do less comparisons, but I think it’s worth having both in the same review. It helps tell the story.
The design of these trunks is similar to the Separatec dual pouch design. It has a hole where you put our joey into and the pouch area for your sack to sit onto. The sack is mesh with a different material to keep your sack cool and let air go through. Most of the seams on this underwear are flat,The O-Ring is less supportive as it’s just a light stitch, which may not be a bad thing. It may feel more comfortable as it will just fall into place wrapping around your joey.
The waistband on this AOElement is very similar to the quality of the Separatec; however, I do feel that the AOElement is a bit more smooth, but it could be related to the stitching of the logos. Overall stitch quality is similar – I personally think that they may be coming from the same factory.
Size does matter:
If you have a flaccid state joey greater than 4 inches your joey will stick out pointing out. I don’t have the exact length, but based on tape measurements and reference of my flaccid size, 4 inches seem to be a good reference. So about 20% of our readers may not enjoy this pair of trunks. However, even my full flaccid size, my joey will shrink in certain conditions and the world of gravity in fact pushes your joey down.
Now on the pouch design. This trunk is designed to be worn pointing your joey up. At first I was curious about trying to figure out how to wear this and how do I keep my flaccid joey pointing up. I was right, the pouch is very loose and there are 3 openings. In their ads, you can see that there are air clouds going from the top and the two sides of the pouch. I am not sure if your joey needs 3 openings to keep it cool.
I would say that even at the shortest flaccid point, my joey stays through the hole the whole day. That is much better than the Separatec boxer briefs.
This pair has a mesh fabric for the sack pouch and the holes are not small. You will be exposing your sack a bit, but that shouldn’t be a problem. It does help give some air flow and different material is designed to have a bit of cool touch.
The legs do ride up a bit, but nothing to be concerned about. I noticed that wearing this pair of trunks and having my joey pointing up feels natural and supportive with the pouch, but shortly after wearing it my joey will tend to shrink and then it pushes the pouch area outwards and it stays like that until I either get an semi-erection by seeing something, thinking of something to get an erection. Gravity does make things a bit awkward and it feels weird that my joey is pointing forward and I can’t have my joey hang downwards as the design does not allow it. I think this pair deserves a second wear and another update. I will post an update as I get a chance to wear this again.
For $9 USD, the price is not bad with the quality of the trunks. The design may work for you and it may not, you really have to buy a pair to try.
Tommy L: Similar design to the black King Style briefs I’m wearing in the uncensored gallery. Though the King Style don’t have an O ring. They are some of my favorite briefs. I’ll have to take at the aoelement brand. Looks good for keeping cool.