I love tube socks. They’re retro, sexy, comfy, and they conveniently catch come running down my legs after a squirty session. I also love flashy designs, 100% silicone toys, and gorgeous sex toy photography.
Enter: BS Erotic Goods (aka BS is Nice), a manufacturer that designs and makes silicone toys by hand in Spain. I can’t help but drool all over their look-book and their designs. They make a paint splatter dildo! Y’all know I would be all over that. And rainbows, and stripes, and cow print, and butt plugs that looks like pills…yes please and thank you!
So naturally, I was uber excited to try the BS Sport, aka The Sock Dildo. My Sport is a Medium, but SheVibe also carries it in a smaller version. The Sport is a curved, matte silicone dildo with a 1.5″ g-spotting head and about 6 insertable inches. It gradually gets girthier towards the base of the dildo, maxing out at about 2″. Its silicone has a soft, squishy yet still firm feel–it’s softer than Adam O2 but not as squishy as VixSkin.
As much as the fact that it matches my knee socks is a plus all on its own, I’m sure you also want to know how it feels.
The Sport is marketed as a g-spot toy, but I was skeptical. It looks unassuming– its rounded head isn’t especially prominent or bulbous, and it’s not super girthy. But I was surprised by how good the Sport’s simple design feels. I can insert it easily with little to no warm-up, since it’s smooth, fairly soft, and not too big. Once it’s in, it curves around my g-spot, gliding smoothly but also providing firm stimulation. And since it doesn’t catch on my pubic bone, I can thrust as hard, fast, and deep as I want. It doesn’t feel super intense like my hard g-spot toys, but that’s fine. My vagina is moody. Sometimes it needs some sweet talking, and the Sport says all of the right things. It whispers promises of foot rubs and Buffy and pizza…
The Sport does have some imperfections in the material and the design, which is something I’ve heard from other people who’ve tried BS toys as well. Parts of its silicone have a wrinkled look, and my bottom stripe looks a little funky. I don’t really have an issue with this since it’s a hand made toy, but it’s worth mentioning.
I haven’t tried it as such yet, but I think the Sport would probably work really well for partner play in a harness, since it’s easy to insert and features a curved design, and it’s safe for anal because it has a flared base.
Should you get the BS Sport? If you’re looking for a g-spot/prostate toy, and you want something that doesn’t catch your pubic bone or feel too intense but still feels quite stimulating, then yes, you’ll probably love it! If the previous is true and you also love knee socks, then hell yea, you NEED it! But if you prefer g-spot toys with intense curve or prominent heads or if you’re a texture lover, then it might bore you.
You can get the Sport Medium or Small from SheVibe! If the shape of the Sport appeals to you but you’re not into the sock thing, check out the Pinky Tuscadero, Pride Rainbow, Vaca, or O2, or browse all BS toys.
What’s next on my wishlist from BS? The Alex Noise & Capsula Plug!
Pictured: BS Sport– Made by hand in Madrid, Spain. Stay tuned for my review!