50 Free Leotards Samples !
(registration link at the end of this article)
The T-front concept is used with underwear, bodysuits, leotards and swimsuits. In the T-front design, the thong passes over the intimate parts and only widens above the clitoris. The T‑Front thong concept provides several advantages in dance apparel particularly for the following reasons:
- The T-front cut does not limit the blood and lymph circulation by pressing on the vessels in the groin, and therefore does not restrict the blood and lymph flow even if worn for an extended period of time - unlike the classic leotard.
- During rhythmical leg countermovement occurring during activities such as dancing, running or walking, there is no contact with moving skin areas so these are not strained or irritated.
- During dance figures with widely open legs, the T-front leotard does not wedge uncomfortably.
- If the T-front thong leotard is worn under outer dance/performance leotard or tight shorts (e.g. pole-dance), no pantylines are visible and the inner leotard never shows out.
For most girls and women, wearing T-front leotards is neither unpleasant nor stimulating. Similarly to classic thong leotards, it takes some time to get used to wearing the T‑fronts. Once the wearer becomes familiar with the string passing between the labia, the T-front becomes less felt - contrary to common expectations. Most women only speak about a feeling of absolute freedom which is not comparable with any other leotard type. Of course, to ensure the highest wearing comfort, a care must be taken about proper sizing and the leotard fabric must be of high quality (4-D elastic and lightweight).
T-front thong leotards for sports, dance, yoga and ballet can be ordered in out e-shop here.
PROMOTION: For active dancers, ballet dancers and yoga, acro or aerial teachers or students, we offer free sample of our leotard, compensated by its subsequent evaluation (filling an on-line questionnaire about fabric quality etc.) The total quota for this promo is 50 leotards, the application collection ends on 30.5.2020. You can register HERE.