The classic way to keep one’s trousers hanging properly in style
Custom suspenders can be made with your choice of gold or silver finish fittings
Leather Ends – All-leather ends that attach to buttons sewn-in to the waistband of one’s pants
Braided ends – Button-on ends with leather on top and braided tabs. These ends lay flatter than all-leather ends and are a popular option for formalwear.
Drop clips- Metal suspender clips with plastic inserts attached to a decorative piece of leather.
Pin clips – Suspender clips that have a pin inside the silk suspenders for added gripping power.
Our standard men’s, one-size-fits-most finished size is 46”. Not a one-size-fits-most kinda guy? No Problem. Our standard extra-long is 54”. If you require or prefer a higher degree of customization – we would be happy to tailor your suspenders to your specifications. We also make suspenders for children and women.
If you have a treasured pair of suspenders which has developed a defect in the trim, back elastic or adjusters, we can deconstruct the item, replace the faulty components and remake the suspender.
A pair of adjustable elastic straps that wrap around the calf of the leg and attach to one’s socks to keep them from sagging or falling down
Single-grip -Each strap has one grip to secure to sock
Double grip -Each strap has two grips to secure to sock
Shirt Stays or Shirt Garters
An adjustable elastic strap that is secured on to one’s shirt to keep it from blousing out
There are 3 constructions of shirt stays
One end attaches to one’s sock and the other to the tail of one’s shirt. It helps to both keeps one’s socks up and one’s shirt in. Some use only 2 straps in front. Some use 4 straps, 2 in front and 2 in back.
3-way, “Y” construction
”I” portion attached to one’s sock and “V” portion secures to the tail of one’s shirt, one end in front, the other in back
The loop at the bottom wraps around one’s foot. The “V” at the top attaches to the front and back of one’s shirt. This construction helps one’s shirt only. It does not keep one’s sock’s up.