Neat Tucks Active Thigh Wrap Shirt Stays
OFFICIAL 2-MINUTE REVIEW: Neat Tucks Active Thigh Wrap Shirt Holder Stays with Locking Clamps
ACC/SEC Baseball Umpire Scott Kennedy gives you a detailed look for the Neat Tucks Active Shirt Holder Stays that he uses for his umpire uniform to keep a professional appearance on the field.
Fountain Valley, CA
They really work. I even bought a pair for personal clothing use.
Palm Coast, FL
There are better options that use snaps and have more than one attach point. These use the slide and are tougher to attach and really need to be done before shirt goes on (as instructed). Quality is good but again there are better options out there IMO that I will re-order.
UPDATED REVIEW: After receiving a replacement set free of charge from Ump-Attire.com, it appears the previous set I must have just gotten a bad egg from the bunch where the buckles had broken. The set I received seem to be much better and hold greatly. Gave them my first test run yesterday and did their job with no issues. Absolutely fantastic product I really love these things. Eventually I'd love to have a set for each of my shirts so I don't have to change them! If you struggle at all with your shirt tail, or shirt in general coming untucked (especially when doing plate work) I promise you these things will change your life and you will walk off the field looking just as good as you did walking on.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||I get dressed at home and then put on all protective gear at the game site. There are no dressing rooms. How hard would it be to use this product under these conditions?|
– Kevin Huff
NeatTucks are a very easy to use product. Attach the clips to the proper locations on your umpire or referee shirt. Put the shirt on, wrap the straps around your leg and fasten the snap buckles. Wear at an angle and your NeatTucks are ready to go!– Ty Unthank
Customer Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire
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