Bondage Tape & Rope

16 products

    16 products

    Bondage Tape & Rope

    Thinking about giving bondage rope a try? 

    Here's what you need to know before you dip your toes in the realm of otherworldly pleasure.

    Bondage is what stands behind the B in BDSM. Although it is generally related to sex and fetishism, bondage is much more versatile, but it is no new phenomenon!

    Even though it's still wrapped up in stigma, there is no shame in exploring your sexuality and showing interest in BDSM play. 

    If you have been searching the net for the perfect "bondage guide for beginners," you are not the only one!

    Statistics show that bondage ties and other restraint tools are gaining popularity among people looking for sex toys to spice things up in the bedroom. Especially after 50 Shades of Grey helped this Spreader Bar completely sell out.

    In this article, you will read all about BDSM rope and tape bondage restraints and how to use these tools properly for maximum pleasure.

    Related Categories: Bondage RestraintsSex BlindfoldsChastity & Cock CagesFifty Shades of Grey Sex ToysFetish Wear & Clothing

    Frequently Asked Questions about Bondage Tape & Rope

    What is Rope Bondage?

    Rope bondage, also known as rope play or Shibari, involves using rope to restrict movement, wrap, suspend, or restrain a person, usually during BDSM play.

    It is a consensual sex power play where one partner assumes a dominant role while the other is more (or completely) submissive. 

    Japanese bondage or Shibari (previously known as Kinbaku), is the most popular style of rope bondage among experienced fetishists and BDSM fans. 

    While Shibari is more concerned with the esthetics and artistry of tying, "Western bondage," an alternative style, concentrates on achieving restraint in a sexual context with the help of bondage blindfoldsfetish wear and alternative bondage means.

    How to Use/Tie Bondage Tape

    When it comes to bondage for beginners, a pair of furry handcuffs will do a great job. However, a wide variety of products exist, including bondage tape. 

    Tape bondage is a safe way to ease into restraint play if you are a complete bondage newbie. Still, it's also an excellent BDSM rope alternative for advanced practitioners.

    Made of shiny, sleek PVC material in multiple colors, bondage tape does resemble regular duct tape. But there is one huge difference - it has NO GLUE and only sticks to itself, not your skin or hair. 

    Bondage tape is a very affordable and reusable tool that can be applied to different body parts. It can even be used as a gag, a blindfold, for "mummification," or anything else that comes to your beautiful kinky mind.

    The best thing about bondage tape is that it's stretchy and can be pulled tight without learning to tie intricate knots. Just overlap the ends and press firmly to fasten.

    How to Use/Tie Bondage Rope for BDSM

    Rope bondage can be as simple or intricate as you want it to be. You can use BDSM rope for light, sexy, pleasurable stimulation or go all out with advanced movement restriction and suspension. 

    Besides, during sexual play, you can use bondage ties for punishment, relaxation, therapy, and even as an art form.

    However, seeing advanced rope ligature puts a lot of couples off because they are either not ready or want to try something simple. 

    Bondage rope may not be everyone's cup of tea, but once you get a taste, it quickly becomes your favorite kinky "tool."

    You can start small, with a few knots and tying positions. Every time you feel like you have reached a milestone, take it up a notch. Throw in a male chastity cage or a pair of nipple clamps to increase the intensity and add extra pleasure.

    From tying wrists and ankles to self-tying and human-to-object tying - it's a new world full of pleasure once you get into it. 

    Best Rope for Bondage

    Bondage play can be a thrilling experience, to say the least, especially in combination with some of our Fifty Shades of Grey toys. Still, before you dive into a kinky, sexy restraint activity, there are things to learn - things like tying knots, human anatomy, consent, and bondage safety.

    Another important thing...

    The bondage rope itself - because it's not as simple as going to your local hardware store, reaching for whatever is the cheapest.

    Generally speaking there are two types of rope; natural (hemp, jute, cotton, linen, silk, bamboo, etc.) and synthetic (nylon, polyester, hempex, MFP, etc.)

    Both types have pros and cons, and it will probably take some experimenting to figure out what bondage rope works best for you and your partner.

    When buying rope, watch the diameter (use 5mm and thicker) and the tooth (the "grip" or friction that determines how strong your knots will be).

    How Long Should Bondage Rope/Tape Be

    The bondage rope or tape length depends solely on your preferences and the bondage style you enjoy.

    You can try these two 6-foot lengths of Silky Rope, perfect for Shibari, or go for a 25ft-long Sinful Nylon Rope for more complex bondage. 

    Maneuvering a long rope can be tricky if you just test the waters. But that's nothing to worry about. You won't have to return to the store or order a new one. Simply cut the rope into lengths that work for you.

    On the other hand, bondage tape usually comes in rolls (1-2 inches in width) with at least 40 ft of stretchy, glue-free tape. Our Fifty Days of Play Bondage Tape and Temptasia Bondage Tape are great options for rookies and pros. 

    Safety First!

    Get consent from your partner before you indulge in any bondage play!

    Now that you have a green light, you should educate yourself on safety. Bondage can cause abrasions, bruising, tension injury, circulation problems, breathing difficulty, and much more!

    So, practice with caution and always have a pair of Tamptasia Safety Scissors for emergency release.

    You recently viewed