Vixen Creations Outlaw Dildo

Vixen Creations Outlaw Dildo Review

I have been blogging about sex toys for well over a year now and since the very beginning I had wanted to get my hands on a Vixen sex toy. There were many reasons for my desire, so let me explain. First of all, Vixen Creations are a US based manufacturer of 100% platinum silicone sex toys. This means that all of their products are phthalate free, virtually non-porous and completely body safe. Great start. Secondly, their sex toy designs are stunning. They have created a fantastic range, from ultra-realistic dildos (Like the Outlaw), to brightly coloured, tie-dyed dongs. They also stock a variety of silicone anal toys, penis sleeves and wand attachments. Lastly, they are the creators of Vixskin™ material. Vixskin toys are designed to feel soft and skin-like, or more realistic overall and this greatly appealed to me (I prefer softer, squishy silicone).

Despite my desire to own a Vixen sex toy, there were relatively few UK stockists (Lovehoney.co.uk now stock Vixen sex toys. Use the code at the end of this review for a 10% discount) Then I discovered that Lori from kinketc.com was giving away a Vixen Outlaw. You could have knocked me over with a feather when she emailed me to say I had won this beautiful Vixen Outlaw dildo. I was overjoyed.

Product Information:

When the Outlaw turned up at my door, I ripped open the packaging, grabbed the tip of the dildo and began lifting it from the box. You can imagine my surprise when it just kept on coming. The Outlaw is a BIG dildo, in both length and circumference. At the time of writing this, the Outlaw is the longest dildo available at Vixen Creations, measuring a glorious 9.5 inches in total length (8.5 inches insertable length). It measures a chunky 6.25 inches in circumference around the largest section of the shaft.

I must admit, I had some doubts over my ability to take this beast. The Outlaw was, without a doubt, the largest dildo in my dildo collection. However, I have been reviewing sex toys for a while now and have discovered a general rule; the softer the material is, the gentler it feels during use. In other words, if the Outlaw had been made out of glass, or metal, I would not have stood a chance at inserting it. Luckily (for me) the Outlaw is made from Vixskin™, which means that this dildo is made from a dual density silicone. A firmer silicone is used to create the base of the dildo, as well as a thinner internal shaft, or backbone, then a much softer, squishier silicone is used to coat the harder silicone and create the finished product.

The benefit of using a dual density silicone is that the dildo feels softer and more ‘realistic’. In a similar way to a real erection, you can squeeze the Outlaw and feel the firmer core within, but the surface is soft and squishy. The firmer core allows this long dildo to hold its shape (for the most part; it does have a slight flop to it) and stops it from being too soft to insert. To get a clearer idea of how flexible and soft the Vixen Outlaw is, take a look at my video, posted at the bottom of this review.

I have only ever experienced dual density silicone on one other brand of sex toy before and that’s on the Tantus O2 dildos, like the Cush. There is one noticeable difference between the two brands; Vixen dual density dildos are much softer than Tantus dual density dildos. I am referring specifically to the outer layer, or the softer silicone portion. Now my preference is for softer (I have a sensitive vulva) and I did notice that the Vixen Outlaw, despite its large size, actually felt gentler than some of my smaller Tantus dildos. However, the Tantus dildos were easier to control during anal penetration. It can be swings and roundabouts but firmness can be just as important as reading size charts. It matters.

My Experience Using the Vixen Outlaw:

It might have gone unnoticed thus far, but Vixen clearly put a lot of thought into the design of the Outlaw. It can be used for vaginal penetration and the flared base makes it safe for anal use too. On top of this, Vixen added testicles to the base, which creates extra realism, but they designed the balls to be quite flat. I believe this was intentional and was done to allow the Outlaw to sit comfortably in a strap-on harness. I dug out the largest O-ring I could find and slipped the Outlaw into a few of my harnesses. It sat flush against my pubis, feeling extremely comfortable, if not a little weighty.

Of course, as soon as my partner saw me striding around the bedroom with the Outlaw attached to my groin, his face paled. I believe the words “not a chance” escaped from his lips before he back-peddled out the bedroom. Clearly the Outlaw is an intimidating hunk of silicone and is definitely best suited to experienced anal players and those who enjoy their toys on the extra large side (Especially length). Neither of us felt ready to tackle the Outlaw anally, so I moved on.

The silicone used to create the Outlaw is extremely ‘grabby’ and it creates a fair amount of drag and so lubricant was required unless I was extremely aroused already. (As a side note, this grabby silicone will also attract lots of hair and lint). Insertion was much easier than I’d imagined it would be and although I did feel the chunky shaft stretching my muscles further than my standard dildos do, it still felt gentle. I put this down to the softness of the silicone. The Outlaw’s shaft is textured with veins and skin ripples, as well as a raised coronal ridge, but these textures are not noticeable when aroused. I actually only felt a slight popping sensation as the glans slipped inside, when I was not fully aroused. It was never too intense or uncomfortable. For the most part, I simply felt like I was being filled up entirely by a soft, smooth shaft. I preferred to use the Outlaw to simulate PIV penetration, as it felt glorious sliding back and forth. When combined with clitoral stimulation using my favourite bullet vibrator, I experienced some incredibly deep, powerful orgasms.

As a g-spot stimulator, I found that the Outlaw was middling. I personally prefer using a narrower, firmer, more angled dildo to hit my g- spot in a more direct way. I also like to apply plenty of pressure. The Outlaw is so big that it could scarcely miss my g-spot. As I thrust the toy in and out, it would stroke back and forth over my g-spot in an enjoyable way, but I find it awkward to apply intense, direct g-spot stimulation. The weight of the dildo, plus the fact that half of the shaft was constantly outside my body, made it awkward to ‘jiggle’ in the way that my g-spot responds to best.

Those who follow my reviews will know that I have quite a shallow vagina. I struggle to fully insert dildos at the best of times. I stood no chance with the Outlaw, which ruled it out for riding on. The length also makes it prone to cervical poking (especially when left in the hands of an overzealous lover), but I noticed that when it did hit my cervix, the super soft silicone provided a cushion and stopped it feeling too uncomfortable. There was one other issue with the Outlaws size. When using it solo, I really began to notice how heavy the Outlaw is. Arm ache started to develop after a while.

Cleaning and Care:

It’s pretty easy to keep the Outlaw clean. I recommend a good wash in hot water with antibacterial spray, but you can also use a sex toy cleaner. Let it air dry before storing (It attracts a lot of lint, so I avoided towel drying). The Outlaw does not arrive with any storage options, but I recommend you find somewhere safe to store it, to maintain the life of the silicone. I have noticed that the softer silicone layer is susceptible to damage, mostly from sharp objects. (Including fingernails) It can tear and puncture.

Summary:

Despite discovering a few niggles along the way, I couldn’t hold any of them against the Outlaw because the fact is that anyone considering purchasing this glorious dildo is doing so because they WANT something bigger, longer and more filling. So I couldn’t insert it all, but what I could insert (Roughly two thirds) felt amazing and yes it was heavy, but that’s because the Outlaw is a larger than average dildo, made from high quality materials. This was my first experience with a Vixen product and I was certainly not disappointed. I would not hesitate to recommend this brand. The one thing that jumped out at me most during my testing was how realistic it felt during use. No sex toy feels exactly like the real thing, but Vixen created a silicone that comes closer than anything I have experienced so far.

I would not recommend the Outlaw to those who prefer slimmer, smaller dildos in general, or those who prefer a lot of texture. For anal use, I recommend avoiding the Outlaw unless you are at least an intermediate, verging on advanced player. For those who follow the motto that “bigger is better” and are looking for a step up in size from standard sized dildos (Especially if you desire a softer, smoother ride at the same time), then I wholeheartedly recommend the Vixen  Creations Outlaw dildo.


UK readers can purchase the Vixen Outlaw, as well as other Vixen products, here at lovehoney.co.uk.

 


US readers can purchase the Vixen Outlaw directly from vixencreations.com

 


Thank you to Lori for hosting such an awesome giveaway. Lori is a fantastic kink and sex blogger and a wonderful photographer. I recommend you check out her work at kinketc.com

 

8 replies
  1. Toyler Durden
    Toyler Durden says:

    We own the Outlaw as well and it has quickly become my wife’s favorite dildo thanks to its combination of size and squishiness. However, I would like to surprise her with something from Bad Dragon. I see that you have reviewed both a medium size Nox and a small size Crackers. How would you say the girth of both of those products at their widest points compares to the girth of the Outlaw? Is it safe to assume the Bad Dragon medium firmness is more similar to the Vixskin firmness? Thank you for your help and most excellent review.

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    • GrittyWoman
      GrittyWoman says:

      Hi Toyler. I have all three dildos on my knee, ready to tell you. Okay, my Nox (Which is made in Bad Dragon’s medium (5) firmness silicone) is the closest match to the squishiness of the Outlaw. If anything, the Nox is slightly squishier and the reason for this is that the Nox does not have a firmer core, like the Outlaw does. So the Nox’s silicone has almost the exact same level of squish as the Vixen does when I squeeze them at the head/tip, but if I move further down each of the shafts, the Vixen feels a little firmer, due to that internal core, which the Nox lacks. Despite the Nox lacking that internal core, both dildos seem to flex and bend at around the same rate of pressure. (That is to say, the Nox is not floppy or limp at all, but actually has about the same amount of flex as the Outlaw). The Nox is only a fraction of an inch larger (in circumference/girth) than the Outlaw at it’s biggest point. My Crackers is made from Bad Dragon’s firm silicone and this does feel firmer than the Outlaw. Not by much, I mean, the Crackers (in firm (8)) still feels squishier than say, Tantus silicone (even Tantus’s dual density) so it is not hard, but when compared to the Vixen, there is definitely a noticeable difference as I squeeze. The Outlaw is squishier than the Crackers. As for the size, Crackers is a fraction of an inch smaller than the Outlaw (Which is actually a good thing, because it has a lot of texture and this can make it feel more intense, especially in firm silicone!) Overall, I would say that Bad Dragon’s medium silicone matches extremely closely to the Outlaws squishy head/tip, whereas Bad Dragon’s hard silicone matches closely to the squish of the Outlaws shaft, with its firmer core. I hope this helps and thank you for the lovely compliment. If you have any more questions, just get in touch.

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      • Toyler Durden
        Toyler Durden says:

        That is quite a bit of info and most appreciated. I was hoping that you said the Nox was at least as girthy as the Outlaw. Slightly girthier even better. Will opt for the 5 firmness thanks to your input. Sounds perfect. She expressed interest in a medium Crackers. Maybe at some point but I’d most likely opt for a 3 firmness in that due to its girth. Thank you ever so much once again.

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        • GrittyWoman
          GrittyWoman says:

          No problems! I am excited for her! The Nox is an amazing dildo. I will always help where I can, but I personally have no experience with Bad Dragon toys made in soft (3) silicone. Don’t forget that Bad Dragon have a forum where people discuss everything about the products and if you can’t find your answer, you can always email them.

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  2. Teal Valentine
    Teal Valentine says:

    This is absolutely ginormous! You think you have an idea of the size of something based on the dimensions given online but then I look at the pictures of it in your hands and think – nope! At least it’s squishy though. I’m glad you finally got your hands on a Vixen dildo, they do look amazing!

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    • GrittyWoman
      GrittyWoman says:

      Isn’t it just! Its the biggest dildo I own right now and I LOVE it. I thought I would struggle and no I cannot insert it all and yeah it stretches me, but it actually feels gentler and less intense than some of the smaller, firmer dildos I own. The softness really helps. x

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