No need for sock attachments with our new stirrup-style shirt stays that slip over your foot. Vertical straps run down the sides of your legs for improved mobility
One of the four straps pops off every shift, sometimes two. Gets very aggravating
One word, CHEAT don't buy them
They build quality is nothing like my last pair from QM. The fabric stretches too easily, the buckle doesn't bite into the fabric, and the metal loops are no longer stitched in to stay horizontal. I won't be buying these again.
Terrible, a buddy of mine gave me a pair that he had purchased from a military supply store and they were much better in quality than these. LawPro is a cheaply made product. Save your money and go with a quality and known brand.
I was looking forward to them coming in the mail. When I got them I placed them onto my uniform and after wearing them for about an hour I notest them coming lose and would not stay tight. After 2 days of trying to wear them and me constantly having to tighten them. I stopped wearing them.
The latest version of this item is made in China and I ordered two sets and they both broke within a month. Get the ones made in the USA somewhere else, they are much better.
I have had these shirt stays for almost 6 years now and never once had a problem, until now. Between running and fighting, these have never slipped out of place from my foot or lost the tight grip they hold on the uniform material! They will always make you look sharp and squared away, even after a long shift.
I have been using theses shirt stays for three years, and I have not been disappointed. I recommend them to everyone.
These stirrup style shirt stays are not dependable. Bought these based on other reviews and was excited to try them. The stirrup kept slipping toward my heels from beneath my feet and would end up around my ankles. The holders are made up of cheap rubber that wouldn't stay clipped and would always detach from my shirt. I think the traditional shirt stays are much better and dependable.
The old clasps were way better. The new ones are cheaply made and don't last. Lets go back to old school on this.
The older model was much better quality! The new design breaks easily. I have had 3 sets of these and two of the sets have broken within the first month of use. I don't expect the last set to last much longer. The older design was much better and much stronger. The clasps on the new design break easily. I had one set of the older design for years!
13 years now I've been using shirt stays. I started using them when I was in JROTC in High School. It continued to when I was in the Marines. Even now as a regular civilian, It's definitely a way to stay looking sharp. It might be some getting used to at first but it's truly well worth.
"I have also had the same problem with these straps coming loose, BUT there is a quick and simple fix to it. I use a ""wire tie"" or what I call a ""zip tie"". Just cut the extra plastic tail off and they wont come off. I put it around the metal clip. I have worn these for the past 7 years and just ordered another set today. They are the perfect way to have the proper look to keep the brass away."
I like the product with the stirrup design but have had numerous problems with the garter style snaps which attach to the shirt. The material in my shirts seems to heavy to easily fit into the garter style snaps. If this product had a firm clasp to attach to the shirt that wouldn't eat the material they would be far superior. Mine frequently come loose at the shirt and then dangle down my leg until I can rectify the problem.
I really like this product. Bought my first pair under skepticism and now after trying them I am buying two more pair. Highly recommend to any uniformed person.
The LawPro shirt stay is the best of the best and I have used 3 different types, but this is it, no need to look further or buy others. I am buying my 2nd set today getting one for my good friend. On another note, Qmuniforms.com should really upload a picture for it, it's been Photo Coming Soon! for a very very long time now.
The Stirrup style shirt stays are far superior than the other types that buckle in the front and back. I have ordered several pairs of these and would not use any others. I highly recommend the stirrup style shirt stays.
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