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    I was thinking of buying one of those hidden tailor rubber belt shirt keepers from Galls or Quartermaster. Has anyone used one, and if so, do they work? I am getting sick of using the old suspender style shirt keepers. They take forever to put on, and tend to come off. Thanks. Brent

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    Originally posted by Brent311
    I was thinking of buying one of those hidden tailor rubber belt shirt keepers from Galls or Quartermaster. Has anyone used one, and if so, do they work? I am getting sick of using the old suspender style shirt keepers. They take forever to put on, and tend to come off. Thanks. Brent
    I tried them. Didn't work for me. Too bulky/cumbersome. I returned them.
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    • #3
      I personally don't wear one, but a few of our guys do and they have nothing but good things to say about them.
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      • #4
        I just loved those things. Kept the shirt in and didn't interfere with the "rig."
        Enjoy the day,
        Bill

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Brent311
          I was thinking of buying one of those hidden tailor rubber belt shirt keepers from Galls or Quartermaster. Has anyone used one, and if so, do they work? I am getting sick of using the old suspender style shirt keepers. They take forever to put on, and tend to come off. Thanks. Brent
          I tried it and personally didn't like it. I went to the suspender ones, the ones that attach to the tails of the shirt and and tops of your socks, and prefered them.

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          • #6
            I have one.. It does a good job of keeping things tucked in and straight... But there are times when my midsection gets sore by the end of a long shift... After all, you're basically wrapping a large rubber band around your waist for 8-12 hours
            I've been thinking of switching to the suspender style, but haven't yet.
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            Shoulda called in sick.
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