The thong’s design of hiding in crevasses makes it particularly important to consider the type of fabric that your thong panties or thong bikini is made of.  Yes, breath-ability is important but just as important is how the fabric deals with moisture.  Inadequate evaporation of moisture can cause a thong to irritate and chafe as it rubs when you move.  Not fun.  Synthetic blends or cotton-poly blends are well suited to handle both of these factors; breathable and does well with dryness.  All-cotton thongs tend not to do as well in the moisture evaporation department so they can be problematic.  We definitely suggest sticking with the blends.

Another thing to consider is the thickness of the material.  You’ll want the crotch part relatively thin.  A thicker material in this area can stiffen and cause friction and possibly pain when moving.  Stick with a thinner material as it will mold to your body and provide a much more comfortable wear.

Of course your leather thong shouldn’t be a problem for those special occasions but we don’t recommend you wearing them for everyday use.

Thong bikini bathing suits are usually made of lycra and/or spandex.  This gives them stretch and makes them comfortable to wear.