ZipHolder Lets You Wear Too-Tight Jeans While Keeping Your Dignity


If you've gained weight at all during the last few years, you've probably experienced the pants disaster it entails.  Since your waistline has grown to much bigger proportions than what your jeans or slacks are ready for, you'll begin to notice your zipper's unfavorable reaction, loosening itself little-by-little throughout the course of the day.

The ZipHolder was designed to solve that exact problem, keeping your pants securely zipped, even with an oversized midsection threatening to pull it apart.  Whether you can force the waist to fasten or not, the worry of  falling zippers need not bother you ever again!

A simple yet ingenious contraption, the ZipHolder is just a small strap with ends that you can attach both to the zipper and to your pant's top button.  Simply fit one end through the bat handle on your zipper, pull it up, place the other loop around the top fly button and you're done.

Of course, you'll need to unhook the button end when you're taking the pants down to use the restroom.  Apart from that bit of extra work, though, everything else will look seamless - allowing you to feel comfortable donning older pants that may be an inch or two too little than what you actually need.  Of course, it can't do anything about the midsection bulge that usually results from wearing pants that are too tight.....

Hey, one problem at a time.  It's available now for about $7 per package of three (they ship worldwide).

[ZipHolder via UberReview]

4 Responses

  1. Jennifer

    This is awesome in so many ways. Who doesn’t have a pair of jeans that they’ve outgrown or frankly just a pair where they zipper has lost traction or doesn’t perform correctly? The price is pretty incredible as well. It’s one of those things that you see and think, “Why didn’t I think of that?!”

    Love it!
    Jennifer @ The Denim Shop
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  2. Susan

    Really awesome. I agree with Jennifer. It’s one of those common things once must have. Now time to order them and use them with my lose zipper jeans.

  3. Jared

    Heh. This is cool. I don’t know why no one ever thought of this before. Its so simple yet effective!
    But why would I buy these when I can just make it at home?


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