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No Buzz, a new line of airport-friendly Suspenders
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Nov '09
HoldUp Suspender Company, the company that invented the No-Slip Suspender Clip, announces No Buzz, a new line of airport-friendly Suspenders. No Buzz suspenders are specifically designed for suspender-wearers to be able to walk through security gates and not set off any airport security alarms.

These first-ever suspenders are built with plastic clasps and adjusters to hold onto any type of material. They have a patent-pending plastic Gripper Clasp that ensures the suspenders will never slip or pop off. The Gripper Clasp is cam activated which means that the harder it is pulled, the tighter it grips, without snagging or tearing apparel. In addition, the clasp comes with a lifetime no-slip guarantee.

Now travelers have a metal-free suspender option and can breeze through security without worrying about setting off alarms. These American-made, top-quality suspenders give travelers the first-ever, airport-friendly suspender option.

HoldUp Suspender Company is the leader and innovator in the suspender industry, making over 200 styles of suspenders for men and women in a wide variety of colors and patterns. HoldUp suspenders are the only brand of suspenders sold with the patented No-Slip Clip invented specifically to hold on to the pant, and not slip or pop off. All HoldUp products are assembled in the USA and sold with a 30-day money-back satisfaction guarantee.

HoldUp Suspender Company

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