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We often get this request but it typically arrises as a result of the glans folding at the highest point on the coronal ridge as it is the first point of resistance when the shaft is extended and the silicone ring at a 90-degree angle. Applying the ring of silicone to an angled fabric is not possible, however, a contoured silicone ring with more material on the bottom side might work. The problem here is that the extra silicone acts as a tab to pull the sheath off and could be a problem for maintaining the silicone/fabric bond. We have an advanced Innerwear design in mind that takes all of the suggestions we have received over the years into account. Let’s see where that leads us.
Regarding the skin of the frenulum slipping outside of the silicone ring. This can cause irritation when the underside of the glans gets compressed by the underwear into the silicone ring. The excess skin can get pinched and with the friction of movement that occurs when walking and causes irritation to the sensitive skin. You can effectively retract the skin by holding the underside of the silicone ring with one hand and using the other pull the skin at the base of the shaft near the ball sack opening to draw the skin back inside the sheath. Then double check to make sure that the silicone ring is seated directly behind the glans.