Sunday, July 1, 2012

My Hikes Pant Cuff Fasteners Review & Giveaway

I have a little boy that's six years old that wears a size 16 in boys in order to fit him around the waist.  The problem with that is that they end up being a good foot too long for his poor little legs.  

My Hikes Pant Cuff Fasteners were invented for just such occasions.  Think bright paperclips for your wardrobe!  The ones I tested out were clear plastic (very sturdy!) with a lime green round disk that had cute little blue trains on them.  We tried them out first on my son's pants.  We cuffed his pants up until they weren't trailing below his poor little shoes and stuck the My Hikes right in place.  They're easy to slide on and they really have staying power.  Even playing outside, these adorable fasteners didn't come loose.  

After that, I tried them personally.  Seriously, if a wardrobe malfunction fixer can hold up to me, it's a winner in my book.  Totally wonderful!  I turned a normal pair of pants into super cute capris!

I strongly suggest these for kids who need a quick hem, but I think you should go even further.  Get a few for your whole family and have some fun using these as great fashion accessories!  I'm on my way to the website now to pick some out!  They have several designs to choose from, for a boy or a girl.

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  1. i LOVE the flower one lol:)

  2. I like the train ones .

  3. Maya said she liked the Soccor one the best. :)
    - Courtney W.

  4. I love the baseball design!

  5. i love the princess patern!

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  6. I like the Baseball.
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