This is the first all in one body suit I’ve reviewed as part of my collection. I’ve worn rubber body suits before as well as some latex ones and I can safely say this was one of the better ones.
First off, it doesn’t have any pointless features (like straps). This is a very simple very ‘clean’ body suit. The suit covers just the upper body and sits around the groin area like a pair of pants/briefs would. The main zipper runs from the top of the neck down over the crotch area to between the legs. Handily the zipper is a 2-way design, therefore, you can do up (or undo) from the bottom or top.
Like most of these zippers that go over certain areas though lads, be careful when doing it up (or don’t depending on your tastes)!
As per the rest of the Noir range, the texture is similar to that of latex and the shine (in the right light) is similar to that of rubber. One thing to watch out for is creasing. If your outfit is for ‘show’ then I wouldn’t recommend it as it does crease easily and if you go for a more comfortable size is makes the creasing a little more obvious
I’m a 42″ shoulder, 6Foot4″ height and a 36″ waist so you get a feel for how an XL fits on those dimensions. I will admit that it was a little tight, however, given what I said above, I would actually say that it fitted more or less about right. My long back was a slight issue, I would say that was the only area where it was a bit of a stretch. Someone with a shorter back would probably fit it better. I think an XXL would be too baggy, so it might solve the height problem but would crease and crinkle. Not a good look!
Other than that it felt pretty good. Like most garments of this make it doesn’t breath so expect to sweat in it but that isn’t a bad thing (not in my book at least). It does expose almost all of the legs which for me was a big plus and it does emphasise all the right places.
The joins in the arms do look a little simple. But, again, because of my height and the slight stretching, it could be that when stretched it does show up the joins. Most people would overlook it, and in a dark room while enjoying yourself no one is going to notice.
The suit is relatively easy to get on and off. The best advice is to do up the ‘bottom’ and have it already zipped up to over the point where your crotch will be. Otherwise, it can be a little complex and the chance of you catching a surprise is increased (if you catch my drift).
You can do the zipper up all the way (see top picture) or you can have open to reveal the chest. Both work and both are comfortable so it’s up to you. Obviously the more ‘tight’ the garment on you (if you prefer a smaller size) the better it might be to have the zipper open a little.
The Footse (Final) Score:
Overall I liked the body suit. I found it comfortable, good to wear and exactly what a simple body suit should be. No bells and whistles (or pointless straps) so it would get my vote. Sizing is interesting for those that are tall but that doesn’t affect the body suit overall. From me, its a solid 8/10 and a product I would recommend for those looking to buy their first (or just a simple) body suit.