Bound Rope – Silver



Tie the one you love and show them the ropes. Bound collection features ropes in assorted colors that are comfortable and non-chaffing. Mix and match for added excitement.
Polyester Fiber. 25 feet.

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Bound Rope - Silver
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Tie the one you love and show them the ropes. Bound collection features ropes in assorted colors that are comfortable and non-chaffing. Mix and match for added excitement.
Polyester Fiber. 25 feet.


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Weight 0.29 lbs
Dimensions 3.125 × 2.250 × 8.000 in



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Bondage ropes, particularly those used in the art of Shibari, are a key element of BDSM play and can enhance trust, intimacy, and exploration within a consensual and safe environment. Here’s some information about bondage ropes and Shibari:

Shibari: Shibari is a traditional Japanese form of rope bondage that involves intricate and artistic tying techniques. It is characterized by the beauty and aesthetics of the rope patterns as well as the physical and emotional connection between the person being tied (the bottom or submissive) and the person doing the tying (the top or dominant). Shibari emphasizes the concept of Kinbaku, which means “tight binding,” and focuses on creating visually appealing patterns while ensuring the bottom’s safety and comfort.

Rope Selection: When engaging in Shibari or other forms of bondage, it is crucial to choose the right type of rope. Natural fibers such as jute or hemp are commonly used in Shibari due to their strength, flexibility, and texture. These ropes offer a good balance between comfort and control, and they allow for easy knotting and untying. It’s important to select high-quality ropes specifically designed for bondage to ensure safety and durability.

Safety and Communication: Safety should always be a top priority when practicing Shibari or any form of bondage. Effective communication and consent are crucial between the top and the bottom to establish boundaries, discuss any health or physical concerns, and ensure ongoing comfort and well-being. It is also essential to have safety shears or scissors readily available to quickly and safely cut the ropes if necessary.

Learning and Education: Shibari involves complex tying techniques that require knowledge and skill to perform safely. If you are interested in practicing Shibari, it is advisable to seek proper education and training. Attend workshops, classes, or demonstrations conducted by experienced practitioners to learn the foundational principles, safety guidelines, and tying techniques of Shibari.

Emotional and Intimate Connection: Shibari is often regarded as a form of artistic expression and a way to establish a deep emotional and intimate connection between partners. The process of tying and being tied can foster trust, vulnerability, and a sense of surrender, creating a unique experience that goes beyond the physical aspect of bondage.

Remember, Shibari and bondage play should always be consensual, respectful, and prioritize the safety and well-being of all participants. It’s essential to establish trust, communicate openly, and continually check in with each other’s physical and emotional state throughout the session.

If you are new to Shibari or bondage, it’s recommended to start with basic ties and gradually progress as you gain knowledge and experience. Focus on learning proper techniques, understanding safety considerations, and exploring the artistic and emotional aspects of this beautiful practice.

Embrace the artistry and intimacy of Shibari, and discover the unique sensations, trust, and connection it can bring to your BDSM experiences.