Review: Kiniki Apollo Thong
For me I find it hard to go wrong with Kiniki’s bikinis and thongs. The Apollo is another good choice from them. It’s a traditional cut thong. I’m going agree with their description of it as being a classic thong that is great for everyday wear. I’m finding it performs well and is comfortable throughout the day.
At first look the thong appears to be cotton, but it is made of a Supplex® Lycra blend. Here’s what I’ve found out about it. It has the benefits of nylon, but engineered to feel like cotton. The benefits of it is breathability, moisture wicking properties, odor resistant, great stretch and shape retention, faster drying than cotton, and easy care. The fabric is marketed for performance wear, yoga wear, dance and gymnastic clothing, along with underwear and basically any clothing. Like I said I find the thong to be comfortable against the skin and even the tail that measures in at about 2” wide. That’s wider than most of the thong tails I have.
The pouch of the thong is a center seamed contour pouch, which is full frontal coverage. I’m giving the support a decent for everyday wear. I feel they may be border line for activities that would involve running. Though I guess some movement would be okay. I don’t think you’ll bounce around the whole time in them. The Apollo thong sides measure at about 1 3/4”. With the width of the tail, you typically are reminded you are wearing a thong.
You can hand or wash wash the thong, but says do not tumble dry. I find it to be well made like all of Kiniki’s underwear and swimwear I have ordered. I wouldn’t mind if it would have narrower sides and more of a moderate pouch. I’m seeing it as a good option for a comfortable lounging thong for me.
|Recommendation:||One thong up|
Pros: Comfy, reasonable price
Cons: wide tail, more frontal and side coverage than I normally go for