The codpiece is a padded-construction and faced in black leather (or leather-like material).
It is worn over the bodysuit, directly below the belt, and under the inner robe.
It covers the front of the groin area and extends to the hips.
In its center, there is a slight rectangular inset with rounded corners that is edged with rolled piping.
For level two certification (if applicable):
The codpiece should be made of leather, have a wrinkled/worn appearance, and not be thicker than one inch.
The area of the codpiece under the belt boxes should be no taller than one-third of the area under the belt buckle.
A piece of leather with a smoother look (when compared to that of rest of the codpiece) should seemingly emerge from the backside at mid-height and gradually become more noticeable as it overlaps the bottom front of the codpiece.