Review: Doreanse Freedom Thong

Doreanse Freedom Thong

It’s thong review time. This one I’ve had for a while in my review inventory. It’s one I wasn’t too sure of with my initial try on when I received it. I’m actually still not sure what to make out of this Doreanse thong. Overall I’m finding it to be pretty comfortable. It’s just seems different than most traditional cut thongs.

As I’ve said in other reviews of Doreanse’s underwear, I like their fabric blend of 45% modal, 45% cotton, 10% lycra they use in a lot of their underwear. It’s a soft comfortable fabric that I enjoy wearing. I like the tail cut of this thong. The tail fits comfortably between the cheeks and the widening, which isn’t a lot falls out of the crack where it should. Probably a tad higher than it would have too, but better than too low. The tail measures about 5/8″.

Now to the unsure part of the thong. The pouch seems a bit odd. It seems to narrow a lot at the base and widen a lot as the pouch goes up. It looks like a full frontal pouch with a center seam when you have them on. As you can see from the photo that the front is pretty narrow, so you need to pay attention pulling them on. Otherwise your sack is going to be thonged. Usually you have to pay attention with the situating of the back of the thong, but this one it is the front. You need to make sure the bottom of the pouch is near the back of the perineum area. They seem to be constructed opposite of most thongs where the tail usually attaches near the base of the pouch near your sack. These do offer great support and lift you up, but they barely contain the sack for me.

A couple other stats with the thong is the sides measure in at around 1″. They say they can be machine washed, but recommended to hang them to dry. The thong is available in other prints beside the Freedom.

As I said at the beginning of my review I’m not sure what to make of this thong. It has it’s oddity in construction, but I’m finding it to be comfortable with a nice rear cut. I’m not going to give it any thongs up. Was considering a half a thong, since I’ll continue to wearing it. Probably only buy another one if I see a print I really like, but if they offer it in a bikini then I’d go that route.

My Rating Overview

Support Rating: 5.0
Overall Comfort: 5.0
Tail Comfort: 5.0
Recommendation: No thongs up

Pros: Comfortable
Cons: Odd cut, kind of a low rise full front that needs to be adjusted right

Additional Photos
Doreanse Freedom Thong FrontDoreanse Freedom Thong BackDoreanse Freedom Thong Pouch
What do you rate the Doreanse Freedom Thong?

7 Responses

  1. SM_Thongguy says:

    Fully relate to this review.

    While not with Doreanse. I have a few thongs where the front is actually more prone to adjusting. The pouch at bottom construction is often odd.

    Although the overall thong appeals to me. I would not recommend it to anyone for instance. Yet I purchased it so I will wear it on odd times.

    One thing I’d like to get your thoughts on. Is modal all its made out to be?

    Been trying to build a case study to save up and buy expensive modal underwear or thongs from top end brands.

    • DonS says:

      I don’t have any experience with the modal fabric. If you want to try a cheap option, look at Kiniki, they have introduced some new G-string lines this year and all have been in a modal/Lycra blend.

      The polyester/Lycra fabric that was made a big deal of a few years ago seems to be phased out now, which is a shame, it was a comfortable fabric I thought.

      The modal lines are a bit more expensive (GBP 19.90) than the polyester ones (GBP 15.90), but that could be a CPI increase being new lines or maybe modal is a more expensive fabric than polyester.

      It has been said before that Kiniki quality control is not that great, so there is no way that I’d pay full-price for one of their products, but at half-price this is a cheap way to try the fabric.

      • The Bottom Drawer says:

        I’m disappointed they are doing away with the poly lycra prints. Didn’t start trying them out soon enough to get more in the style I’ve decided I liked. With their modal fabrics they aren’t using it in the styles I want. Maybe that will change and agree to wait for sales to buy from Kiniki though I don’t think they ship to SM_Thongguy’s country.

    • The Bottom Drawer says:

      I’d say one appeal of modal is it is suppose to be a soft fabric, which is a good attribute to have for underwear. Then it is breathable, has stretchiness, lightweight, and absorbent, which are also great things for underwear. Modal also is suppose to be good option for making activewear too. This pair only has 45% modal and not sure I have pairs with a higher percentage or not. I can say this fabric blend is pretty soft on this particular thong.

  2. Dan says:

    That’s a really interesting review. I find Doreanse suits are hit and miss as they seem inconsistent with their cut and sizing. When they do fit well they are really good. The cut and width of the tail looks ideal for me too but I agree the pouch is an odd shape. I wonder if that is deliberate or just how it turned out. If you need to adjust the positioning of the base of the pouch more towards your perineum to avoid ball slippage does that not mess up the fit and feel of the tail? Love the pattern though!

    • The Bottom Drawer says:

      I guess when I say base of the pouch it is for a typical thong. Usually the front has two pieces sewn together to create a pouch and then a piece is sewn to the base of those two pieces for the tail. These don’t really fit into that model with the front two pieces sewn together are pretty close to thong back width at the bottom of what would typically be considered a pouch. Not sure if that makes any sense. I noticed my photos of the front and back are not correct orientation ()! Will have to try to fix that one of these days. If you look at the second photo in the additional photos section and select it to make it large, you should be able to see the front two pieces (so called pouch) sewn to fairly narrow at the base. Base of the pouch is actually the left side.

  3. BC says:

    Have tried Doreanse thongs a couple of times and agree that the fit is hit or miss, mostly miss for me. In fact, I no longer wear them.

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