This category includes many types of bondage restraint gear. Below you will find:
Arm Binders and Fist Mitts
Arm binders and mitts allows a dominant to securely restrain their submissive and deprive them the use of their fingers (with fist mitts) or their arms as with arm binders. Depriving a submissive of the use of their arms and hands is a popular BDSM activity. We have a large supply of arm binders and fist mitts in this category.
Bed and Door Restraints
Beds and doors are convenient and useful locations to bind and restrain submissives. Both bed and door have anchor points allowing for the attachment of restraints to either the bed or door.
Door restraints are for a more aggressive fetish practice as the wearer is not allowed to sit down and must stand for extended periods.
Hogties secure your submissive in a vulnerable position. With both arms and legs restrained behind the back, the wearer cannot walk or move whatsoever. Hogties are popular in fetish circles because they fully restrict the movement and render the wearer helpless. It is this sense of vulnerability and helplessness when wearing bondage hogties which feeds many BDSM sexual practices as being a source of sexual pleasure for both the dominant and the submissive.
Locks and Hardware
The purpose of bondage restraints is to have them secured with a lock. This bondage locks and hardware category contains various locks and other hardware necessary to make bondage equipment useful.
Rope and Tape
Rope and tape are used for bondage the same as chains, cuffs and other restraint methods. Bondage rope and tape is used in BDSM culture as one of the methods a dominant uses to restrain their submissive.
Sleep Sacks and Strait Jackets
Sleep sacks and straight jackets are a good fetish method to restrain your submissive for long periods of time. A straight jacket allows the submissive enough latitude to move around, while completely restricting anything constructive they can accomplish with their hands. A sleep sack is often used to restrain a submissive for extended periods of BDSM roleplay. A fetish bondage sleep sack is typically used as a submissive enters (like an ordinary sleeping bag) and the zipper is pulled all the way up to their face. A sleep sack will sometimes have a collar at the head that can be fastened, further securing the submissive. Our sleep sacks and strait jackets are fine quality.
In BDSM practices, fetish spreader bars are used to restrain a submissive and greatly limit their movement. It consists of a wood or metal bar with cuffs or similar restraints at each end. When legs or arms of a submissive are attached with these spreader bars, they become not only restrained, but their extremities are fixed in positions separated from each other.
Various BDSM fetish practices involve restraint of a person in the air. In cases like this, cuffs are not adequate as they can restrict blood flow as the wearer hangs suspended. Restraints for fetish suspension equipment restrain hands and legs in a way that being suspended in the air will not cause excessive pain or bodily damage.
Tethers and Tiedowns
These consist of straps that are used to restrain a person to a chair or other piece of furniture or fetish restraint equipment. A fetish teather typically made as a strap with rings at each end which are used to attach to cuffs or other hand or leg restraints, while the other end has buckles or similar method for attaching the strap down, thereby restraining the submissive. See example picture of how bondage tethers and tiedowns appear to the left, in this case restrained to a chair.
Waist Belt Restraints
These make a convenient anchor location to restrain arms with cuffs. The cuffs attach to the waist belt restraint restricting movement.