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Scovill introduces new RAD Button Covers
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Aug '10
Scovill Fasteners, Inc. announced the introduction of a new product, RAD Button Covers. Manufactured to very tight tolerances from injection molded stainless steel, Scovill RAD Button Covers easily slip over existing tack buttons changing the entire style and statement of a garment.

The covers are pre-packed with one 27/ button and four 22/ button covers as standard, and consumers can choose from stock styles and chic logos that express today's cultural trends. Specific custom logos can also be developed for Scovill customers to enhance the fashion and style of their branded jeans. All logos are produced using a pad printing process with up to six colors used in a logo design.

These new, cutting edge covers, offer consumers the ability to show their respective personalities, cultural choices, and fashion style by choosing exciting covers for the 22/ and 27/ buttons that trim their jeans. The plain and staid buttons can now be fashion statements in dramatic personalized designs that show the wearer to be a true fancier of fashion and modern culture.

Scovill Fasteners, Inc., founded in 1802, is a manufacturer of a variety of closure products for apparel and industrial applications.

Scovill Fasteners Inc


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