Red Elastic Suspenders

$ 20

Red

Product Details

Blade + Blue brings old school style back with these custom elastic suspenders. The elastic straps are .75" wide with nickel clasps for an adjustable one size fit.  And don't miss the leather cross patch embossed with the image of Blade + Blue's mascot, Gavin.

These suspenders were made in California, just a few minutes away from the Blade+Blue studio.

Skinny Elastic Suspenders also available in Navy, Black & Olive.

Skinny Leather Suspenders also available in Black, Chocolate Brown and Natural Tan.

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TG
05/28/2017
Thomas G.
United States

Bought Both Red and Brown Leather Skinny Suspenders

Awesome accessories! I like wearing them when traveling, with shorts! I get compliments on the leather a lot.

Cranberry Red Skinny Elastic Suspenders
JB
02/12/2017
Jeff B.
United States

Fantastic

These are super well made braces that I enjoy wearing to the office or out on the town. Great stuff guys!

JE
01/15/2017
James E.
United States

Product does the job

The suspenders meet my basic quality test: they keep my pants from falling down around my ankles. The clasps are good and tight and easy to open and close. My only reservation is that I thought the back was a one piece strap and instead it turned out to be a two-piece strap. Could be my mistake, but it doesn't affect my over all satisfaction with them.

JP
11/19/2016
james p.
United States

love my new suspenders arrived fast

love my new suspenders arrived fast and look just like they did online i loved the personal note enclosed and you will be able to see them on me behind the bar @ Cafe Heaven!

A
10/13/2016
Anonymous
United States

Sophisticated and Fashion Forward

Bought 3 different colors for my traditionalist dresser of a husband. I have been slowly adding crazy printed socks and bow ties to his usual repertoire the last few years. Lately, I convinced him to give ithe skinny suspenders a try and he took the proverbial fashion risk and it paid off handsomely. He is now known as the very dapper oncologist to his patients.