Review: Kiniki Dynamo Tanga (String Bikini)
I’ve been a fan of string bikini underwear from the beginning of my dive into the skimpy underwear, so always up for trying out a pair. I was drawn to the pattern of the Dynamo line and the skimpy back. With Kiniki their tangas aren’t all the same amount of coverage in the back. Even ones considered half backs have different amounts of coverage. The Dynamo tanga is a half back, which from the photos looked like it could be one that stays in place. A lot of half back bikinis do not do well at not becoming a wedgie. The wedgie ones should probably be called something else.
So does the Dynamo half back string bikini stay in place for me? Drumroll please……..well sort of. It does not become what I’d call a wedgie. It does slide some and I guess the best I can describe it is a verge of a wedgie feel. Personally I do like how the back of these feels. Great reminder I have a sexy pair of undies on. I do consider these ones a half back.
These are a flat front pouch, which I don’t mind. Though I am starting to prefer the look of contour pouches more and more over the flat front ones. I think the print helps give the flat front pouch a better look over a solid color. The pouch is actually just slightly narrower than the back. It is wide enough pouch and fabric has enough stretch to accommodate what it needs to. The sides of the Dynamo string bikini measure about 3/8″. The bikini’s fabric is a 100% poly lycra. It can be hand or machine washed, but it is recommended to hang dry. As with my other items’ from Kiniki, I find them to be well made, quality underwear and swimwear at a good budget price.
Overall I’m happy with the performance of this Dynamo string bikini. I like the cut and fit and thinking I’ll add another one to the drawer in the future. For an added bonus it gets me a bit away from the solid palettes in the underwear drawer.
|Recommendation:||One thong up|
Pros: Back stays in place pretty well
Cons: Flat front pouch, but wide enough and stretches enough to accommodate.