I don’t actually own any of this stuff, because I’ve never felt the need

It actually makes for a decent looking harness over black clothing or similar; I saw someone wearing it at a perversion party once with some fancy Two Knotty Boys knots in it. Nylon Bondage Rope. And naturally I’ll tell you which are my favorites and why, but at the end of the day I’ll leave you to make up your own mind, based on your own sets of priorities, which may very well be different from mine. I’ll even include pictures! Aren’t I just the nicest? Apparently it is often used as boat rope, so I’d say it’s fairly hardwearing and durable. Likely to get a very good life span with it. Summary:. If you’re looking for good restraint bondage rope and enjoy using knots, this is probably what you should go for. This has multiple advantages; it spreads any pressure from the tie over a wider surface, and it doesn’t catch on things when you’re rolling around, struggling, what have you. You need fewer wraps to get a safe distribution of pressure.

The second lot of jute I purchased (200 metres, 8 mm) cost a lot more, but I was treating myself to a “savings milestone” so I’m not too upset. It was very good quality and exactly what I wanted (Esinem Jute). The times when I’ve felt it most likely that I would need to use safety scissors to get someone out of rope, have all been times when I’ve been using this kind of cotton rope. So if you’re going to use it, keep those EMT shears handy. Price: Good jute tends to be fairly pricey. I got my first set of five millimeter jute from Jade Rope (fairly large set, about 80 metres) for about $113.00 Australian dollars before shipping.

Summary:. If you’re looking for good restraint bondage rope and enjoy using knots, this is probably what you should go for. Helpfully, I’ve arranged them from cheapest to most expensive. Important Factors In Choosing Any Bondage Rope. I wouldn’t bother with trying to get something to look particularly pretty or to do a complex tie. That said, for restraint, this will generally get the job done. This is a very thin plastic webbing; it is not something you want to get too close to a naked flame, because it will melt. I strongly suspect that if you get droplets of hot wax on it, that it will cause stiff melted crackly bits in your rope, and that’s just not going to be pleasant for either the person tying or the person being tied.

Small knots; sits flat over skin. It comes in a range of different colours (I like black). I’m not actually a dick like that. I realize that what I just wrote may be true, but it’s not actually useful. If you love to color rope (think your partner would look hot in deep purple or something), nylon is also a good choice (pure nylon, not poly-blends with nylon, not poly-pro, poly doesn’t accept dye). Nylon is nicely smooth and comfortable as well, but it has very low tooth, so you need to use surgeon’s knots instead of square knots and any half-hitch style knot should be done three times instead of two.

Cons:. Price: Good jute tends to be fairly pricey. Tossa is actually a pretty tight lay, which means it needs a bit of extra conditioning or a long period of break in time before it’s really good to tie with, due to that extra stiffness. That said, spending a bit of time breaking in your rope isn’t really that onerous. Summary. In summary, cotton is pretty great for most forms of bondage other than suspension. Anonymously sourced rope. Pros:. Knowing they cannot escape tends to be part of what does it for them…). If, after practicing a while, you like rope bondage enough to invest more, then look at hemp or jute, processed to be soft.