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Elastic Pant Clip

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3.6 out of 5 stars 480 customer reviews
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Elastic Pant Clip

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002HJ79L0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (480 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,442 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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Love these clips! They aren't adustable but your pant legs are. Just roll the leg up into a cuff and THEN attach the clips so there's the right amount of tension. You must adjust your pant leg...not the clip itself. You can make them as tight as you want that way.
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These are the best invention for tucking pants into boots. I had some in the 80's when stir-up pants were all the rage. Through the years I either misplaced or got rid of them. When I tryed to find them in the stores no one seemed to know what I was talking about. I highly recommend these if you get annoyed trying to keep your pants/jeans tucked into your boots. They work great!
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Evidently the way to adjust jean grabbers is to roll up your pant cuff and then clip.......the higer you roll the cuff the tighter the "adjustment".
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They are small and a bit thinner than I imagined. This does help keep a smaller profile.

They are rather well constructed and the clasps close down on the pant leg very tightly. Make sure not to use them on any kind of thin material that may tear. I don't think they'll ever come off my motorcycle pants, though time will tell.

My one biggest complaint is that there is absolutely no adjustability. It's a one size fits all situation, though that saying is obviously never true.
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I bought these to hold my pant legs down while motorcycling. I found some "motorcycle specific" ones online for around $14 that are designed exactly like these are for around $3. I bought two pair because they are so cheap. I've used them a few times now while riding and they work perfect. No complaints and no more pants riding up to my knees while trying to look cool on my cruiser.
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First time I clipped these to my jeans it bent the metal piece that is supposed to keep them clipped tight. I bent it back with a plier and used for 2 more days, each time it would bend back, after trying to bend it straight 3 times, it finally was too much back and forth for it and snapped it off.

Returning these. Spent $20 and get some made of decent quality material.
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A must have to keep your pant legs from bunching up in your boots. Clip them in front of the side seams of your pants so the clip won't be against your ankle bone. Also, clip them first then slide the strap under your heel, much easier than trying to stretch and clip to pants. You may need to cuff your pant legs a little to get a smoother look.
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Either I misunderstood the use for this item, or everyone else did! Lol. I bought this item about 4 years ago to take up the slack in my WAISTBAND, not as bootstraps as all other reviewers seem to have done. It is perfect for pants that are slightly big in the waist, but fit perfectly everywhere else. Attach to the belt loops on the back of your pants and...voila, no more hiking up your pants every time youl get out of a chair or walk for any distance! And no one even knows you're wearing it either. No one likes a droopy pant! Buying my replacements now, as after a 65lb weight loss, I have several pants that I love that no longer fit my new waistline...
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