Oxballs Tri-Sport 3-Ring Cocksling

I’ve never fully been a fan of cock rings, I’ve tried multiple and just haven’t been able to find one that stands out. In saying that, the Oxballs Tri-Sport 3-Ring Cocksling could possibly mark the beginning of my changing attitude.

I received the Oxballs Tri-Sport 3-Ring Cocksling from the lovely people over at Kanoodle free of charge for my honest review. Check them out for some great products at affordable Aussie prices.

When I first laid my eyes on the Tri-Sport I honestly didn’t know what to make of it. The bright blue drew me in; the three round openings confused me and the rubbery TPR texture had me excited to give it a good stretch. I had never experienced a ring like the Tri-Sport, the three openings that are each slightly different in size making it easy to find the right fit, genuinely had me confused at first. I honestly didn’t know where to put what so to speak, if it weren’t for the picture on the back and a Google search, I most likely would have struggled with the Tri-Sport.



Once I had figured out that you put your penis through two holes and slip your balls through the third, the Tri-Sport felt pretty good. It has enough stretch to be able to fit comfortably without too much water-based lubricant and it adds a decent amount of weight to give a comfortable swing to the testicles. Unlike most cock rings I’ve tried, the Tri-Sport didn’t immediately make me want to rip it off to let my best mate breathe. It’s strange describing it but the Tri-Sport just applies enough tightness to feel good and not too much that it feels like you’re about to castrate yourself.


  • TPR is super stretchy and even after multiple uses it still retracts to the regular size.
  • Its level of tightness is just right, not too tight and not too loose. This is something that will depend on the user but it’s something I cant fault.


  • Being TPR I can’t recommend using anything but water-based lubricant. Silicone lubricant will absorb into the pores and won’t wash out. Not much of a con, more of an inconvenience.


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