February 12th, 2013
Boring every day sex routine is very stressful and joy killer. So if you are looking for something extra to spice up your sex life, Leather arm binders are the best that you need.
Leather Arm binders are very popular by couples who dare to make next step to trust and get more from their sex life. Implement this BDSM toy in your passionate sex and get more from it. With trusting in sex you build up trust in your partner too. After all, sex is the most powerful bond between man and woman in relationship.
These sleeves are made of garment leather. Two buckling adjustable leather straps take care that the binders are secured to the body. With this item you force the arms close together behind the back. As a bonus, you can find a D-ring at the very end of this armbinder. So you can attach your partner to other objects if you want to.
Every couple go through many life adventures and sex is no exception. Sex is meant to be fun, exciting and of course full of joy and pleasure for both of you. However, many couples go through the sex crises. So this is the only one way to beat the crises before you even reach it.
Make your sex life more interesting and build more trust with your partner. Indulge in the ultimate pleasure while your arms are binded behind your back.
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June 12th, 2012
Arm Binders can really spice up the bedroom and add to S&M and BDSM play. They come in a variety of different styles and materials from leather full Arm Monogloves to simpler nylon rope corsets. But unless you know how to use Arm Binders safely they can also result in painful disasters.
Leather Arm Binder
Dislocation of the shoulder and poor circulation resulting in damage to nerves and blood vessels can result when the arms are bound. These dangers can be avoided with a few simple tips. The most important is to know the limits of the person being bound. The more extreme positions, such as with the elbows together behind the back, are harsh on the shoulder joints and someone shouldn’t be bound in this position for long periods. Work up from simple positions, like binding the arms to the sides, before progressing. Painful cramps can also result if a person is bound in the same position for too long, which can put a real damper on play. And when using straps and ropes be sure to use knots that won’t continue to constrict around the arm or wrists when pulled tight to prevent cutting off blood flow to the hands.
Knowing how to use an Arm Binder safely allows people to focus on the thrill submission. So be sure to practice knots and use Binders that won’t constrict blood flow or put excessive stress on the soft tissues and joints while communicating to stay within the submissive’s limits.
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March 4th, 2012
Armbinders have come a long way in the bondage and play scene. They’re popular because of the dramatic and often painful positions that the wearer is put in. Most people think that Armbinders come in one shape and form but there are actually two successful Armbinder types. This article will tell you how to use each type.
1. Single glove sheath type: This popular Arm binder type is worn on the arms, typically with the arms held behind the user’s back. A very quick and effective way to bind a pair of arms, the single glove sheath type can easily be worn once the arms have been placed into the gloves. The first step is to slip the Armbinder over the head like a t-shirt. Most brands make their Armbinders in this fashion unless the harness comes separate. After slipping the Armbinder over their head, the user places both arms into the glove, which at this point should be zipped open. Once zipped up, the Arm binder will keep the arms locked at the elbows and wrists. If the Armbinder did not come designed with the slip over the head type harness, fear not, the separate Body Harnesses can be fastened on like belts at the top of the shoulders.
Leather Strap Armbinders
2. Cuffs, rods and straps: Not as dramatic in appearance as the single glove, the combinations of cuffs, rods, and straps can still add an exciting variation of positions that can’t be done with the single glove. This type of Armbinder allows for more types of positions by letting the user lock their hands to their side, front, or back. Pick the desired position of the arms, slap on the cuffs, connect them to the rods to hold that position, and use the straps to connect the rod to the rest of the arms.
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February 10th, 2012
Leather Arm Binders come in a few different varieties. The simple leather bicep Arm Binders tend to be the least expensive and easiest to use. If you’re just starting to experiment with bondage, these would be a great starting point.
Leather Arm Binders
Another option is the Back Strap Arm Binder. This takes the simple Bicep Arm Binder to the next level and typically includes multiple cuffs that attach to a long strip down the back. The strip normally has at least four steel D-rings welded to the leather. The top ring is usually located at the nape of the neck, with the last D-ring positioned near the small of the back. D-rings offer you the choice of additional attachment points. There are even Leather Arm Binders that come with a full harness that encloses most of the torso for maximum bondage.
Leather Bicep Arm Binders
Once you have determined what type of Leather Arm Binders you want, the most important thing you want to do is make sure you get the right fit. When you achieve a proper fit, it ensures that you or your sub will be more comfortable wearing the Binders. Comfortable Arm Binders will ensure that they can be worn for longer periods of time before they become painful. In order to get a proper fit, you will need to measure your arm from the shoulder joint down to the tip of your fingers, with your hand outstretched. Make sure you raise your arm first to get a proper location of your shoulder joint. If your measurements are close to the maximum of a particular size, you will want to choose the next largest size.
A good set of Leather Arm Binders will have adjustable straps. This allows for use over a wide range of body shapes. If you go for the more elaborate set of Binders, an over-the-shoulder strap is helpful as well, since this will ensure your Arm Binders won’t slip down with movement. Last, but not least, don’t forget to choose the Leather Arm Binder that suits your personality best. If it feels right to you when you see it, you’ll know you’ve found the right set!
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January 29th, 2012
Arm Binders are used to restrain ones arms during bonding sexual foreplay. The most common kind of Arm Binder is a mono-glove. A Mono-glove is a device that makes your hands connects together as a loop so they are harder to access.
An Arm Binder or a mono glove can be classified under many things such as handcuffs or restraint. Although the term mono glove can be used in multiple ways, it refers to the type of arm binder in John Willie’s artwork. Willie’s Arm Binders tended to have a custom fit unlike the commercially sold Arm Binders which are loose and baggy.
Most of the time these mono gloves are made of leather, or other fetishable materials, such as; spandex or rubber. Due to the position that the Arm Binders put your hands in, it can cause minimal amounts of tissue tear on the shoulder and later cause problems functioning your hands and wrists.
Only extremely flexible people can wear them for long periods of time due to this and many other reasons. But Arm Binders are safer than using ropes because you can easily take them off in case of emergency.
Overall, Arm Binders are a good product to buy if you want to spice up your sex life or to make your partner feel less dominant over you. If you don’t have money or time for an Arm Binder you can make your own by using rope or any combination of multiple materials.
Every Arm Binder has a harness and they’re practically useless without a harness in place to hold up the person. Arm Binders and mono gloves are seen as the same thing when in reality they are not.
A mono glove is a type of Arm Binder while an Arm Binder is the category in which a mono glove falls into.
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