Aoelement Sports Elephant Nose Trunks Review
|Aoelement Sports Elephant Nose Trunks||$29 USD for 3|
AOELEMENT® Bulge Pouch Design with Breathable Sports Elephant Nose Trunks is a very interesting pair of underwear. The interesting part is the pouch design. Other than that the other remaining parts of the trunks is no different from other trunk underwear.
These trunks come in 5 different colors: black, blue, gray, purple and white. We are reviewing the purple version of this pair of trunks today. Stepping back and looking at this pair of trunks, they don’t look much different. The front is where you may have concerns or maybe shy on showing off what you have. The exterior pouch is where your joey fits into and it shows off like an elephant nose trunks.
Aoelement has very unique designs for your joey. The previous pointing up trunks, they position your joey upward and this pair it points it down and fits it like you were not wearing anything and just let it hang normally.
The fit is well fitted, no compression and I may have to add the fit of your joey. If you are average size these are not problem. If you have at flaccid state over 4.5 inches you will most likely stretch the pouch. The fabric does stretch a bit, so even 4.5+ inches should still fit.
On the website it’s 92% Micro Modal and 8% Spandex.
This pair of Aoelement has a few selling points:
1. Double Storehouse – Sanitary separation bin and not easy to squeeze
2. Scrotal isolation bag – independent space and Stereoscopic support
3. Breathable Window
4. Separate Space Design
This pair of trunks has the separation area allowing your joey to go through the first pouch and your sack onto the other sack. If you have a sweaty sack, the layer of the fabric separates the two areas and reduces the stickiness.
Scrotal isolation bag:
This feature is similar to the Double Storehouse. Just a nice area for your sack to sit on and support so it doesn’t sag.
I was debating on putting the photos of the breathable window in the 18+area or not. But to play it safe, I have 2 photos of the breathable window in the 18+ photos area below. It does give you an opening between your joey and sack and allows air to flow through.
Separate Space Design:
I feel that their features are actually the same. They just call it differently. This is just another way to say that they have designed the pouch area and have space for your joey and your sack.
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.
This design is similar to Separatec’s design with the outer flap, but this doesn’t have the joey hole in the underwear for you to go through. It’s just a sleeve for your joey to go into.it seems to work.
Size does matter:
If you have a flaccid state penis greater than 4.5 inches your penis, the fabric may start stretching and making it uncomfortable. I don’t have the exact length, but based on tape measurements and reference of my flaccid size, 4.5 inches seem to be a good reference. So about 90% of our readers won’t see this as a problem.
The sack does not have any special material to keep you cool.It’s the same micro-modal fabric throughout the underwear.
There is no real fly, but when you pull the outer pouch out, your joey is available for you to do your business. I think this type of underwear, it is better to use the fly then pulling down the trunks and spending time to put your joey back into the pouch.
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 hang feels natural and the supportive with the pouch, but shortly after wearing it my joey will tend to shrink and it did fall out once.
I have a few photos showing the possibility of putting the exterior pouch inside so that your joey just doesn’t hang. So if this pouch system doesn’t work for you, you can still use it as a normal pair of trunks.
For $29 USD for 3 pairs, 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.