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Perry Suspender Mens 2 Elastic Original Adjustable Suspenders (Navy)

4.5
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  • Elastic
  • Made in USA
  • Classic "Y" Construction, Fully Adjustable
  • Attaches to a belt
  • One Size Fits Most

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Customer Reviews

Fits great for really fat guys but the plastic may not be robust enough and wider straps might be needed.Embarrassing to say, but it's probably very relevant to other really fat guys, so I am 6'1" and pushing 450 lbs and these suspenders fit perfectly, even if I wear my pants low on my belly. They aren't even at the maximum length so I could presumably gain even more weight and the suspenders would still fit. The 1.5" strap is great for lightweight slacks but doesn't seem quite sturdy enough for jeans when doing anything physical, though. I am going to try the 2" version instead and see how they work.Rating only 4 stars because the rear hook broke after little more than a month of use. It caught on part of my door frame as I was getting into my vehicle and shattered. Maybe it shattered because I have been putting too much strain on them, but it still seemed like the plastic broke much more easily than it should have. Still, I don't know, so only removing 1 star instead of more.Couple things about these suspenders that I think could stand some improvement:1. Stamp the "Perry" logo on the leather portion on the inside instead of the outside. As is it's a bit tacky when wearing the suspenders on the outer layer and can still often be read through a thin-material shirt worn over it. Better yet, remove the stamped logo entirely. These are comfortable suspenders and I'll shout out about the brand enough without it being advertised on me.2. When I wear the suspenders as they naturally connect to the belt (with the clips facing inward) they will sometimes get knocked off the belt when I sit down or bend over. I can't just wear the suspenders "inside-out" since the rear hook will only work over the belt instead of under it. (Technically you could flip it around but then its center knock-out won't be able to grab onto a belt loop and prevent the clip from sliding around). To fix this I leave the rear clip over the belt and flip the front clips around so they fit under the inside of the belt instead of over the outside. This keeps everything connected nicely all day. However, having the straps twisted around gets uncomfortable and eventually causes kinked material under the length adjustment collar. If there was a better way to flip the front clips around so they go under the belt instead of over I would be a very happy camper.3. How come the Big & Tall one is only ever available in green?? 4These are a life saver! I should have bought these years ago.I love these so much I will be order a couple more. I never thought I would be a "suspender guy" and yet here I sit. Several things drove me to finally add a pair to my wardrobe. First, my belt is simply not doing its job all alone in holding up my pants properly ESPECIALLY when I have accessories attached to said belt. I could only tighten my belt so much and finally it became apparent that I needed more than the standard looped belt to meet my needs. I researched suspenders for sometime (talk about an interesting search history there...) which brought me to purchasing these Perry suspenders. Here is what I've found since wearing them around regularly for the past couple weeks.Pros:- Easy to adjust (took all of 10-seconds to get the correct fit).- There are no buckles or snaps to come flying off (the belt slides into notches that are intelligently retained).- Well constructed. Very well constructed indeed.- They are surprisingly light weight. I thought initially that they were bulky but then after 2-minutes of wearing them I forgot they were on!Cons:- None!I very much recommend these especially for people that weigh their regular belts down with items such as cell phone cases, a knife, or other devices and equipment. These, in my estimation, are a life saver. 5Nice suspenders if you like to wear a belt tooVery nice made in USA suspenders. I prefer to wear a belt with my suspenders, why you ask? because of the old saying:'You can lie to a man with a belt, you can lie to a man with suspenders, but NEVER lie to a man wearing both a belt and suspenders'In all seriousness, these are very nice suspenders. I will note the loss of one star is because if you wear these with a thinner belt, be prepared for the clips to slip off every time you have to drop your pants for natures call. Obviously they will not slip off in general use, it's only when the straps come of your shoulders and things dangle that you need to worry about.I wish they had used a plastic that had more 'spring' to it for the hooks, but what they have does work and its very strong. I'll be ordering more of these when mine wear out.I use these mainly because I typically have a firearm of sorts in my pocket and these really help to keep the pants up when doing so. Especially if you have no butt and a bit of a belly pushing your pants down, like I do!The wife says she loves the looks but I catch her rolling her eyes when she says that, so I'm a bit dubious of her claims. Although at my age I could care less about looks. 4> DOES THE JOBMY EXPERIENCE> As a active geezer with no waist, I wanted to be able to be able to carry around water bottles or tools from my belt without my pants falling down.> Actually, my pants don't fall completely down, but I often find myself walking on the cuffs of my pants and ruining them. I also find myself constantly having to "hitch up" my pants, with my shirt riding up.CAUTION> Perry suspenders MUST be worn with a substantial (reasonably thick and wide) belt.>> I use them with 1 1/4" wide military-type fabric belts and similar elastic fabric belts, and they work fine. They'd probably work with any thick leather belt over 3/4" wide.>> If your belt isn't thick enough, you can probably use the "velvet" part (only) of "stick-on" Velcro as a spacer on the inside of the clip.RESULTS> The Perry suspenders solve my problems, and are more comfortable than I expected.> "Standard" fits my 5'10' height fine, and would probably fit anyone up to 6' 6" or so.> Perry seems to be the only brand that clips onto belts without nasty metal clips or awkward stringy attachments.> One review suggest clipping them on backwards so that the "Perry" logo and information do not show. Actually, that seems like the most logical way to install them. But, in fact, it doesn't work, because the back clip can only go one way straddling the central beltloop.WEARING> Put the suspenders in place, unclipped, with the back suspender hanging down your back. Let it hand down in back as far as you can.> Secure the back clip first, with half of each clip on each side of your central back belt loop.> Secure the front clips.> Note that you need to unhook all three hooks to go to the toilet, albeit you can leave them (unhooked) on your shoulders. If you try any half-way unhooking, you are likely to wind up with one or more of the ends in the toilet.> Note that you can only use suspenders with tucked-in shirts. They don't work with sweat-shirts, or tee-shirts, flannel shirts, or fishing-shirts worn "out".> Take some care choosing colors, since these will be rubbing against your shirt, and possibly transferring pigment etc. I am sure that they are colorfast, but even so, I wouldn't wear black or navy-blue suspenders with a white shirt. I choose "tan" because it matches the khaki pants I usually wear, and is unlikely to stain my shirts.CAVEATS> The 1 1/2" suspenders feel a little too springy for me. That is, too elastic. If I tighten them up to the point that I feel support, they are pulling unevenly and look ridiculous. I've learned to wear them loosely, and to my surprise, so far that has been good enough for hiking with a water bottle, but I doubt that they will be adequate for carrying around heavy tools. Next time, I'll try the 2" version.> Some pants have very wide belt loops, in which case securing the back clip can be a little difficult.OTHER REVIEW'S COMPLAINTS> Endless other reviewers squawk, "What's the point of suspenders if you have to wear a belt?"> Answer, "Plenty". I find the combination of a soft flexible belt (which with a military-type buckle is infinitely adjustable Web Belt Military Style with Brass Buckle and Tip 54" Long Many Colors) with optional suspenders to be the best of all worlds. I can wear my belt loose in appropriate situations with or without suspenders. I can carry around "stuff" on my belt without having to overtighten my belt when I use the suspenders. Even tight the flexible fabric belts do not cut into my gut (as do some wide leather belts). And finally you can get military buckles in zinc or plastic which do not set off metal detectors.> Click on Stoney just below the product title to see my other reviews, or leave a comment to ask a question. 5Exactly what I was looking for.Wearing belts was a pain - often literally. As a larger guy, I find I have to ratchet any belt down pretty tight if it's going to do the work of keeping my pants up. If I keep my pants just below my hips, my belly tries to push down on the belt. If I wear them at my natural waist, my belly moves enough throughout the day (even just from breathing) that I worry my pants would fall off even just from breathing, let alone the daily routing of standing, sitting, walking, etc. I could "fix" that by tightening my belt even more, but that gets really uncomfortable really fast. And that feeling at the end of the day when you finally undo your belt? It should never be that much of a relief to unlatch an item of clothing.I started wearing suspenders a couple of years ago and have never looked back. I never have to worry about a belt being so tight that I can't feel my legs by the end of the day. The problem with most suspenders, though, is that they make the waistband on my pants all weird and wavy, because they only hold them up in certain places. Pants just aren't designed to have a stiff waistband because the assumption is that a belt will be doing the work of keeping the waistline straight.But with Perry suspenders, I can keep my waistband straight by using a belt, but use the suspenders to actually keep my pants up. It's the best of both worlds. 5Good product, but sometimes needs an 'adjustment.'As numerous reviews state, depending upon the thickness of the belt the clips do not stay in place when 'unstrapping!' I am replacing a worn-out pair of Perry suspenders licensed under the Dickey brand--and there was no issue like this to be had with older models.The solution is quite simple though--and can be quickly accomplished with a hair dryer and a pair of pliers. My issue was with the back clip. I heated (be gentle here) the center clips one at a time while gently squeezing with the pliers. When the clip bent down to the face (not into) the recess, heat was removed and while still gripping with the pliers allowed to cool. This reforms the position of the clips closer to the interior face of the clips--providing the tension (aka 'grip') necessary to hold them onto the belt.Otherwise, great product and does not need any modification at all with a thick work belt... 4REAL Perry SuspendersThis is my third pair and they are the real, Made in USA, honest-to-goodness Perry suspenders and not a cheap Asian knockoff. I have had a life-long battle keeping my britches up because, as the founder of BOBM (the Brotherhood of Buttless Men), I have no southern real estate to speak of to help support my jeans. Bib overalls are another solution to this problem. If you wear a good, well-made leather belt they will remain attached while you move through the activities of daily life. The heavy duty plastic hooks will straddle your center rear belt loop and clip effortlessly over your belt at 2 and 10 o'clock or wherever you prefer them in front. These will not work well with a wimpy $3 belt. Cheers! 5Great for a man that can't keep his pants onGreat for a man that can't keep his pants on! When you realize that you no longer have that 30 year old body and you belly is bigger than your butt. If you find that your belt may be having a difficult time hanging on. This could be the answer. Unless you spill your coffee, nothing in the morning ruins your day like walking across a dew ladened lawn to find your pant cuffs wet with moisture. Having to pull your pants up every 5 minutes is not the answer. Obviously, you need help. Perry Suspenders are here to help! They will help to keep your pants up! No more dragging cuffs. Comfortable on the shoulders and you may forget you're wearing them. Easy on, easy off with strong plastic clips that won't mar your belt. Different colors. I bought them in a tan, which will conceal better under a shirt than a darker color. TIP: Wearing suspenders concealed under your shirt makes you look 30 years younger than wearing them over your shirt :)Perfect for concealed carry. 5why didn't I do this years ago ?simply the best addition to my concealed carry. well made, easy to use. they are a tremendous help in keeping your pants up, and not sagging.clips are large enough to accommodate a double thick gun belt, and stay put. the suspender once properly adjusted does not slip off your shoulders at all with sitting, reaching or any other normal activity. just the fact that I am not constantly pulling my pants up is helpful in concealment, and comfort. there are a lot of comments from users who have developed a pot belly, and yes it takes care of that problem. but frankly even when I was much thinner and in shape these would have been very useful. I carry a full size 1911 and spare mags and this works. 5Perry - Best Way to Keep Suspenders for Coming Loose While WearingTried heavy duty clip-on the pant suspenders, but even the heavy duty clips have to be adjusted with pliers periodically so they don't come undone.Tried Perry Dress Suspender (1-1/2" wide with chrome clasp adjustment) and they work great. The only complaint is that when the pants are pulled off (or down), the back clip often comes off the belt. However, reattaching the back clip (or front clip for that matter) is of little problem. Never had a Perry clip come loose while wearing the suspender. That's what really counts! Can't say that about suspenders with metal or plastic clips that grip the pant waist band.Wife bought me two more Perry suspenders. One has 2" wide straps with black adjusting buckles, the second is a heavy duty pair with heavier elastic material that would be helpful when loading your pants & belt up with heavy items. 5
Perry Suspender Mens 2 Elastic Original Adjustable Suspenders (Navy)

Perry Suspender Mens 2 Elastic Original Adjustable Suspenders (Navy)

4.5
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
£54.00
Sale price
£54.00
Regular price
£88.00
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Save 39% (£34.00)