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    Seat Cushions for MEN

    Gentlemen - Need some help here. I have a J2 Seat cushion that has the solid piece of styrofoam for the base, with the cutout in the rear. The gelpad overlay velcro's onto the styrofoam, and that is what your butt sits on.

    The front of the cushion is higher than the rear, which makes your butt kind of sink down onto the gelpad. The problem is that this set up is not real friendly for your nuts. Do to this kind of setup, it pushes the boys up real high, which is not good.

    Does anyone know what I'm talking about? If you do, what cushion are you using so this does not happen????

    Thanks

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    You should try a Roho cushion. You will not have that problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMonte View Post
    You should try a Roho cushion. You will not have that problem.
    Thanks for the response, any specific ROHO you recommend me to take a look at?

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    J2 cushions also feel like you're sitting in a pile of shit, literally. try stimulite which will also be a lot cooler on your butt

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    sharky,
    I would highly recommend a pressure mapping of your butt. It will tell you if any bones protrude. I went with a high profile Roho. I have been sitting on it almost four years and never had an issue. If you are close to a Rehab place, maybe you can try one out. I am not sure if they demo cushions.

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    I'm constantly sitting on my junk. I can feel down the left side and my left nut, so I'm particularly sensitive about it. Roho works great for me. High or low, which ever your butt requires, in the 4 chamber iso-flow is what I use. Have to pay attention to it everyday, though. I hear from others they can pop or leak down. Never happened to me, yet, knock on wood!

    Contoured cushions are the worst for nut crush, so I would avoid them if you don't need them. The Jay is highly contoured.
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    Does boxers vs. briefs vs. going commando factor into this?

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    I'm a boxers guy & have been for all of my post-sci life. It's not difficult to make sure my junk isn't squashed, but then again my chairs fit well & don't let my legs spread much when seated, so it's easy to let the sack rest on top. Sometimes I'll need to do a quick readjust after a transfer, but it's easy enough to be discreet when necessary.

    I use non-contoured cushions.

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    going commando on a stimulite is your best bet. i feel my nutz so im constantly adjusting them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    going commando on a stimulite is your best bet. i feel my nutz so im constantly adjusting them.
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