Our dress code is among the strictest of its kind. It’s made The Backstreet famous among leather and rubber men worldwide.
We take the dress code seriously. It’s the main reason our customers come here. And that’s why we don’t make exceptions.
Leather or rubber
So if you’re in full leather uniform, chaps and a harness, or a rubber one-piece body suit, that’s perfect. But leather jeans with a cotton t-shirt is fine too. Or you can cut it to the bare minimum – say, with a rubber jock and boots.
To get an idea of what people wear to The Backstreet, take a look at our photos on Flickr.
What to wear
- Boots or waders
- Denim jeans only if you wear them under chaps
- We’ll accept neoprene or black Slick It Up
What doesn’t cut it
- Sports kit
- Military camouflage
- Non-leather/rubber skin gear
- Plain casual clothes
- Trainers or plain shoes
There’s a changing area inside the club, and a coat check where you can leave a bag.
Other fetish events
Alongside our regular leather/rubber nights, we also host parties for men into suits, guys who like lycra and naked fans. You’ll find the dress code for each event on our calendar.