Sexy Thongs, Thong Underwear & Hot Thongs
In this collection, you’ll find a wide variety of high-quality, sexy and functional women’s thongs from some of the top designers on the modern lingerie market.
Before you start browsing, keep reading to learn more about the ins and outs of thongs and explore the benefits of the different thong styles that you’ll find in this collection.
Thong Panties FAQS
Thongs are one of the most popular women’s panty styles on the market and have been for many years, but there is still a lot of misinformation about these styles floating around out there.
The answers to these common questions about the benefits and drawbacks of thongs can help you make more informed decisions about which thong styles are best for you as you browse through this collection.
Are Thongs Comfortable?
Thongs get a bad rap for being one of the most uncomfortable types of panties on the market. However, thongs don’t have to be—and really shouldn’t be—uncomfortable as long as you choose the right styles. It’s really a matter of preference, though, and depends heavily on the thong style you choose.
Many women find that super skimpy G-string thongs lead to discomfort with daily wear, while other women never have comfort problems with any type of thong. If you are sensitive to discomfort when you wear thongs, try styles like seamless thongs or cheeky thongs that are more comfortable but just as effective at eliminating visible panty lines under tighter clothes. Also, try to buy thongs made from cotton over any other material whenever possible, especially if you are sensitive to discomfort. Cotton thongs for women are softer against your skin and are less likely to irritate your skin or contribute to the development of a bacterial vaginal infection.
Are Thongs Bad for Your Health?
One of the most popular misconceptions about thong panties is that they are inherently bad for your health. The truth is that, while some thongs can cause health issues like bacterial vaginal infections or UTIs for women who are already prone to these problems, not all thong styles pose this risk.
Even if you choose a thong that is not 100% cotton, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re at a higher risk for developing an infection when you wear it. As long as you change your underwear frequently—especially right after you work out—and are careful to maintain your hygiene down there, you shouldn’t run into any problems even if thongs are your go-to choice for everyday underwear.