Pros and Cons
- bonus sites
- streaming and download formats
- good-quality videos
- nonexclusive content
- unclear update schedule
- small video collection
Despite its name, Super Bush is a website that doesn't even come close to being "super." The main reason is that it offers its members a bunch of hairy-babe photo sets, but few vids. Links to video feeds are provided, but they don't showcase any hairy hotties, so they'll be of minimal interest to anyone who comes to the site looking for unshaven pussy.
On the positive side of things, your SuperBush membership comes with many bonus sites. While there is no hairy content among them, they do provide material from a variety of other categories, like Busty Solos and New Solos as part of the HD Porn Pass network.
Getting back to the main collection, I have to admit that I'm harsher in my reviews of sites in the niches that I like. Natural/hairy women is one fetish that is close to my heart and I will not spare a site that disappoints me. Unfortunately, the one under review did just that.
Although there are 66 sets of pics, only a fraction of the images are high-res. This is very disappointing. So is the fact that there are only 12 movies. At least they can be downloaded in good-quality Windows Media and MP4 formats. There's also a streaming Flash option and a version meant specifically for your mobile devices.
Moreover, a lot of these women are not what I define as "natural," especially given the sitename. So many of the chicks I checked out had trimmed or partly shaved pussies. This could partly be explained by the fact that the content isn't completely exclusive.
Aside from the bonus sites mentioned above, members also get access to video feeds, links to live cams, games and jokes. The stuff isn't quite enough to make up for the lack of vids, but it's still nice to have them.
Super Bush isn't a great site for those of you looking to see some hairy pussies. It's more for people who are looking for a gateway into a vast network of porn. As for updating, the content isn't dated, so while I'll assume weekly growth, that might not be the case.