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Old 04-19-2014, 01:47 PM   #29
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There was a dress/casual pant company in the 70's or 80's that incorporated 2 lines of a rubbery substance around the waist of their pants. I had a couple pairs and always thought they were to keep your shirts tucked in. Back then I had a 30" waist. Oh the memories...
Yep, that's the purpose of ours,,,, to keep the shirt tail 'plugged in' ....
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Sorry Joe,,, didn't mean to be a "thread ender"... I was just agreeing with you it was a good idea.... It does work,,,

No problem Monkey! All comments are welcome!
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Foxworthy would love this one..."If you hold your pants up with Elmers Rubber Cement...you might be a redneck".

Hey, if it works, get 'er done. Duct Tape?

I remember military dress pants had a rubber "seam" on the inside of the waistband. Primarily to keep the shirt tucked in, but pants didn't move either. I wouldn't want the rubber cement rubbing against skin though. Then you got a different problem.
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This was a belt I used when I officiated footbal a few yrs back. It goes over your shirt tails and under your pants waistband. Works great and you can go from pants to pants.

Honig's Whistle Stop - B30 - FLEX BELT
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Hate to pop your bubble, but......
the jeans with the expanding waist have three
fine lines of rubber all the way around the waist.
Yes, the waistline expands, AND, they do not fall down.

Nice thought though
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Hate to pop your bubble, but......
the jeans with the expanding waist have three
fine lines of rubber all the way around the waist.
Yes, the waistline expands, AND, they do not fall down.

Nice thought though

I wear the Wrangler jeans with the expanding waistband, and the STILL fall down!
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This was a belt I used when I officiated footbal a few yrs back. It goes over your shirt tails and under your pants waistband. Works great and you can go from pants to pants.

Honig's Whistle Stop - B30 - FLEX BELT
I gotta check that out for sure!
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