Finally the perfect fit
It took me months to find a cup supporter combo that fit my son. He is 11 and entering 5th grade and eligible for youth lacrosse. He has begged me for two years to get him into the lacrosse league. I finally got the okay from the doctor. Average height for his age is 5'11" . He is 4'3". He has dietary concern related to Asperger's. Since he has sensitivity we washed his Shock Doctor briefs 10 times prior to his first game with no detergent. We made him(we encouraged him) to wear it daily to get accustomed to the sensation. First we did the brief (unusual because he wears boxers- they have to be bamboo fiber) for one week. then we added the cup.
The first day was as disaster as he took all his clothing off at my fraternity's reunion night and went running around. The second day was marginally better and he only took it all off in church. The third day he was fine and even slept with it. Now he refuses to part with it. He will keep it on even in the shower unless I "bribe" him with chicken McNuggets. This product comes with two briefs which is good. Young ones don't generate odors like my two teenage boys but you want an extra pair.
One day when both of his Core Briefs were in the laundry he refused to dress and we could not take him to school. I have stress and I am a parent with two jobs and a pile of bills and I am ashamed to admit I yelled at him. Wrong solution. As a concessionary parent I loaded him unclothed but for his bathrobe into my 1999 Chevy and drove him to the Sports store some 20 miles away. We picked up 4 pairs of the Shock Doctor briefs and he dressed himself right at the check out counter.
Lacrosse didn't work out for Manuel but he continues to wear this cup-brief combo.
Prosit is available in small sizes.
Consmaybe not for extreme impact like hockey.
Best Useslacrosse, hard sports, maybe martial arts.