Description of Ramp 24 Inch (Average), Microfiber Black, Liberator Bedroom Adventure Gear
Liberator Ramp 24 Inch (Average)
An Experience Like No Other.
Liberator Ramp offers support with deep slope elevation, strategically lifting your lover's hips to a Ramp-bunctious altitude of 12 inches. Teach your doggy style some new tricks with a supportive angled sex cushion - the key to perfect rear-entry penetration. Critical angles accentuate sensitivity, while supported elevation prevents falling forward and slipping and sore elbows, wrists, and hips from being buried in the mattress. With the Liberator Ramp, a couple can sustain the doggy style position for longer, resulting in more satisfying sessions. Other Ramp specialties include off the side of the bed sex, oral sex, and an unbeatable girl-on-top ride.
Size: 24 in. (Average Height)
Ramp Sizing Tips:
Since our bodies come in different sizes, so does the Liberator Ramp. Keep in mind that you can adjust the height and angle of the Ramp by flipping it over. Follow these sizing guidelines for a match made in heaven.
For most people our 24" wide Ramp is just right. This is what most of you should order. For plus-size lovers, our 30" wide Ramp offers a few more inches is width and extra support for your lovemaking. However, our 30" products are not ideal for straddling. So if you plan to mostly straddle, consider the 24" Ramp.
Ramps come in 10, 12 and 14-inch heights to make a better connection with your lover. Total height is not nearly as important as inseam, so grab your male partner and a tape measure and note the distance from his groin to his heel.
Inseam ------------------- Male Partner's Height
28-29 inches ------------- Height Under 5'9"
30-34 inches ------------- Average Height
35+ inches --------------- Height over 6'4"
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