Posture Collar

Here's what you need to know about posture collars

Ready for a posture collar?

Pretty much any collar serves as a fantastic addition to the look and feel of your BDSM. Posture collars, in particular, are designed to have an extra function. They're not just a way to mark someone as yours, hook on a leash or haul them about a bit! They're pretty rigid and generally very wide, forcing the wearer to stand up straight and hold their head and body in a specific manner. This can add to the psychological aspect of a scene, making someone feel more constrained with minimal effort. They also form part of a training fetish for some people, allowing the wearer to feel as though they're being taught to stand and move the way their dominant partner wishes.

What is a posture collar?

This kind of collar can be made from many different materials but are often made of leather, rubber or metal. They are essentially a corset made to be worn around the neck. They keep the person’s neck straight and their head facing forward. You can’t look down in a posture collar.

When would you use a posture collar?

Used in all kinds of BDSM scenarios, this kind of collar is especially good for bondage. Often they have a D or O ring at the front to be used with a lead or to be connected to other restraints like wrist and ankle cuffs.

How to use a posture collar safely

There is little movement that can be made in a posture collar. When you fit it, be sure not to over tighten it. You can check by pressing two fingers up under the bottom edge. If you can’t fit your fingers, loosen the collar until you can.

Why choose a posture collar?

Unlike other slave collars, a posture collar is not suitable to be worn for long periods of time. It is most definitely designed as a piece to be worn during specific scenes. It is excellent for exerting control over a Sub/bottom.

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